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There have been many histories of World War II and many analyses of the Third Reich, but few show what it was actually like to live under the Nazi regime. Inside Hitler's Germany attempts just that. Beginning with an examination of the early thirties, before the full horrors at the heart of the regime were evident, this extensively illustrated book looks at all aspects of life under Hitler's government.
About the Author
Matthew Hughes is a lecturer in modern world history at University College, Northampton, England. He is the author of 1915: The Lines are Drawn. He lives in London.
Chris Mann is a lecturer in European history at the University of Surrey and University College, London. He is the author of Norwegian Forces in Exile: 1940–45. He lives in London.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1||Adolf Hitler||6|
|Chapter 2||A People Without Hope: Germany in the 1920s||22|
|Chapter 3||The Nazi Economic Miracle||36|
|Chapter 4||The Control of Youth||50|
|Chapter 5||Women and the Third Reich||66|
|Chapter 6||Everyday Life Under the Nazis||76|
|Chapter 7||Culture Under the Nazis||86|
|Chapter 8||The Terror Begins||96|
|Chapter 9||Whirlwind Victories||112|
|Chapter 10||Portents of Doom, 1941-44||126|
|Chapter 11||Home Front: Industry & Production||142|
|Chapter 12||Home Front: Life in Germany||152|
|Chapter 13||The Final Campaign||164|
|Chapter 16||Germany Defeated||204|