A Dog's Life by Hans BayerA Dog's Life by Hans Bayer

A Dog's Life

byHans Bayer, Ray Miller, John Toothman

Paperback | October 4, 1993

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In 1979, Hans Bayer sat down at a typewriter to compose his memoirs. A noncom in the German Army in World War II, Bayer had served in the Hitler's Body Guards division. For a number of reasons, among them guilt at having been caught up in Nazi fanaticism, Bayer wanted to record some of the key details of his past, especially his experiences in the Hitler Youth and later in the inferno of the war. Miller and Toothman have translated this story of one young German's experience in a world holocaust, hoping that this book in some way will help to ensure that such horrors will never occur again.
Hans Bayer is a printer in Nuremborg, Germany. Ray Miller is Adjunct Professor at the University of Delaware. John Toothman is Associate Professor at Goldey Beacom College.
Title:A Dog's LifeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:180 pages, 9.02 × 5.8 × 0.39 inPublished:October 4, 1993Publisher:UPA

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ISBN - 10:0819191418

ISBN - 13:9780819191410

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...will be useful to college instructors and their students. Part one contains an excellent section on the nature and role of propaganda in general and of Nazi propoganda in particular... I found the chapter "Propoganda and Public Opinion" in part two to be the most interesting and useful... invaluable for both instructors and advanced undergraduate and graduate students.