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|Contributions||Carsten, Francis Ludwig, Graml, Hermann|
|LC Classifications||DD256.3 G388 1970B|
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Paperback. $ Next. Special offers and product by: Peter Hoffman’s research into the German resistance culminated in a page History of the German Resistancebut this work – simply titled German Resistance to Hitler -- /5.
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 inuniversity 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 German resistance to Hitler.
book 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 Februarythe consolidation of his power as a result of the Röhm Massacre inand 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.
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“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. Carsten and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This book includes four essays, each written by a German specialist, that discuss important problems of the German resistance with judgment and candor, offering the kind of interpretive judgment often lacking in other histories.
Hermann Graml shows that as far as foreign policy, the resistance conservatives were never quite able to reconcile their hopes for a supranational solution in central. While the "Valkyrie" plot by Nazi officers to kill Adolf Hitler is the best known instance of German opposition to his dictatorship, there were many other significant acts of resistance.
Behind Valkyrie collects documents, letters, and testimonies of Germans who fought Hitler from within, making many of them available in their entirety and in English for the first time. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Peter Hoffmann. Internal opposition to Nazism is often mythologized as heroic or dismissed as too little, too late, and for the wrong reasons.
These seminal writings trace the real and complex history of the German Resistance from the ascent of the Nazi Party to the July attempted assassination of Hitler/5(3).
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schmitthenner, Walter, German resistance to Hitler.
London, Batsford, (OCoLC) This book covers all of the various German plots against Hitler's life, throughout the time the Nazis were in power, and German resistance to the Nazis in general.
The author lays out all the reasons that resistance was so difficult, and how well the Nazis accomplished suppressing resistance to their party in general and Hitler specifically/5(19).
German resistance to Hitler. Berkeley, University of California Press, (OCoLC) Online version: German resistance to Hitler. Berkeley, University of California Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Adolf Hitler; Adolf Hitler; Adolf Hitler: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
A new edition of a classic study of the German resistance. 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 The general tone of East German work on the subject was well summarized by the introduction to the book Die deutsche antifaschistische Widerstandsbewegung, which stated: “The German anti-fascist resistance movement, especially the KPD and the forces allied to it, embodied the progressive line of German policy.
The most consistent. When the British historian A. Taylor declared in the 's that German resistance to the Nazis was a myth, his was a widely held view.
Even today many people in Germany and elsewhere. The result is an unsparing history of the German resistance to Hitler—one where the players emerge for the first time as real people with complex motives and evolving characters. Almost a history of the possibility of an emerging collective moral conscience within a destructive environment, the book adds to our understanding of the fall of.
The book’s title translates a term, "Rote Kapelle," that the Gestapo applied to a relatively small circle of men and women in Berlin, active in seeking to weaken the political authority of the Hitler regime during the s and early term, however, was meant to convey the notion that the group was involved in a Soviet conspiracy — a notion that survived the war and was.
Hoffmann examines the growing recognition by some Germans in the s of the malign nature of the Nazi regime, the ways in which these people became involved in the resistance. Plotting Hitler's Death: The German Resistance To Hitler, – is a book by the historian Joachim Fest about the Germans, both civilian and military, who plotted to kill Adolf Hitler from onwards.
It was written to mark the 50th anniversary of the 20 July plot to kill Hitler and translated into English in The book includes detailed accounts of various plots and explores. This book traces the many efforts of the German Resistance to forge alliances with Hitler's opponents outside Germany. The Allied agencies, notably the British Foreign Office and the U.S.
State Department, were ill-prepared to deal with the unorthodox approaches of the Widerstand/5(2). He is the author of books on the German Resistance including The History of the German Resistance – (), Hitler’s Personal Security (), German Resistance to Hitler (), and Stauffenberg: A Family History, – (, 3rd ed.
The German Resistance to Hitler: From Protests to Assassinations Autor Cezara Anton translated by myself vizualizări Resisting Hitler was a very difficult task ever since the beginning of the Nazi regime in Germany, because the almost legal way in which he ascended to power.
Complete summary of Peter Hoffmann's The History of the German Resistance, eNotes plot summaries cover all the significant action of The History of the German Resistance, The White Rose (German: Weiße Rose) was a non-violent, intellectual resistance group in the Third Reich led by a group of students including Hans and Sophie attended the University of group conducted an anonymous leaflet and graffiti campaign that called for active opposition to the Nazi regime.
Their activities started in Munich on 27 Juneand ended with the. Contents Introduction 1 1 Opposition and resistance from Social Democrats, Communists and industrial workers 3 2 Youth protest 15 3 Student protest: the White Rose 21 4 Opposition and resistance from the Christian churches 30 5 The conservative and military resistance against Hitler 40 6 20 July Stauffenberg and the bomb attempt on Hitler’s life 49 7 The historical debate American Intelligence and the German Resistance to Hitler A Documentary History (Book): Even paranoids have enemies.
Hitler's most powerful foes were the Allied powers, but he also feared internal conspiracies bent on overthrowing his malevolent regime. In fact, there was a small but significant internal resistance to the Nazi regime, and it did receive help from the outside world.
Willy Brandt () German politician and statesman. Opposed to Hitler, he fled to Norway in after a brief period of resisting Nazis.
Inhe returned to Germany to try and organise resistance efforts to Nazism. Again he was forced to flee. After the war, he became Chancellor of West Germany.
This is a very comprehensive book about the Resistance and its many efforts to bring down Hitler and his regime. The book continually emphasises how lives could have been saved if attempted assassinations by individuals and the German army had not been thwarted by circumstances and the inability of the Allies to trust any by: 3.
This list contains the names of individuals involved in the German resistance to Nazism, but is not a complete are periodically added, but not all names are known.
There are both men and women on this list of Widerstandskämpfer ("Resistance fighters") primarily German, some Austrian or from elsewhere, who risked or lost their lives in a number of ways.
Through recently declassified intelligence documents, this book reveals for the first time the complete story of America's wartime knowledge about, encouragement of, and secret collaboration with the German resistance to Hitler- including the famous July 20th plot to assassinate the Fuehrer.
"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 Reviews: 5.The Danish Resistance to German Occupation.
After W.W. II American veteran David Lampe (d. ) settled in England and worked as a free lance writer. His most important work, this very good account of the largely overlooked Danish resistance, was first published inreissued in .Plotting Hitler's Death: The German Resistance to Hitler, | Joachim C.
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