|Contributions||Carsten, Francis Ludwig, Graml, Hermann|
|LC Classifications||DD256.3 G388 1970B|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||281|
German Resistance against Hitler: The Search for Allies Abroad, By Klemens Von Klemperer Clarendon Press, Read preview Overview Preaching in Hitler's Shadow: Sermons of Resistance in the Third Reich By Dean G. Stroud William B. Eerdmans, Opposition to the Nazi regime also arose among a very small number of German youth, some of whom resented mandatory membership in the Hitler Youth. In Munich in , university students formed the White Rose resistance group. Its leaders, Hans Scholl, his sister Sophie Scholl, and professor Kurt Huber were arrested and executed in for the. Fascination with the evil of the Nazi regime has not diminished in the decades since Hitler assumed power in Germany, but the story of internal resistance to Nazism has not been as fully realized as have the innumerable tales of horror. In this compact book Peter Hoffmann examines the growing recognition by some Germans in the s of the malign nature of the Nazi regime, the ways in which. After several decades of study of the German resistance to Nazism, he has unlocked the secrets of its inner history. Hoffmann recounts the methods of Hitler’s rise to power in the tumultuous days of January and February , the consolidation of his power as a result of the Röhm Massacre in , and his growing criminality as evidenced by.
Books shelved as german-resistance: The Women in the Castle by Jessica Shattuck, Restitution by Eliza Graham, Resistance Women by Jennifer Chiaverini, Ge. “Disobeying Hitler” tells the stories, great and small, of resistance to Hitler and the German war machine by both the military and civilians in the latter stages of World War II. The book begins with the status of the war, primarily in the East, leading up to /5(47). German resistance to Nazism (German: Widerstand gegen den Nationalsozialismus) was the opposition by individuals and groups in Germany to the Nazi regime between and Some of these engaged in active resistance, including attempts to remove Adolf Hitler from power by assassination and overthrow his regime.. German resistance didn't take the form of a united resistance movement at . I pretend to no special expertise on Germany or the Holocaust. I read this book in the early 's, and recite my recollection now without having reread it, except for a few parts. In general, I was surprised at the source of the strongest resistance -- the German military -- and then at the range and simple number of attempts on Hitler's by:
German Resistance to Hitler by Peter Hoffmann Hardcover from Harvard Univ Pr Out of Print - Try Used Books. Germans Against Nazism: Nonconformity, Opposition and Resistance in the Third Reich: Essays in Honour of Peter Hoffmann by Francis R. Nicosia, Lawrence D. Stokes. “Theodore Hamerow's study of the German resistance to Hitler focuses on the 'ideas, ideals, motives, and aims' of the few prominent German clergy, civil servants, and members of the military who opposed Hitler. The book stands out in the enormous and growing body of literature on the German resistance for its accessibility to a wide by: The History of the German Resistance is the most comprehensive and authoritative account ever published of the German opposition's struggle against Hitler, covering all the serious attempts to overthrow or assassinate him leading up to the failed attempt of 20 July Extensive notes, a full bibliography, maps, plans, diagrams, and a comprehensive index complete this indispensable and /5(3). The German Resistance to Hitler by Hermann Graml, Hans Mommsen, Hans-Joachim Reichhardt, Ernst Wolf, Professor F. L. Carsten and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at