The 12-year Reich: A Social History Of Nazi Germany 1933-1945 by Richard GrunbergerThe 12-year Reich: A Social History Of Nazi Germany 1933-1945 by Richard Grunberger

The 12-year Reich: A Social History Of Nazi Germany 1933-1945

byRichard Grunberger

Paperback | August 22, 1995

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How did people talk during the Third Reich? What films could they see? What political jokes did they tell? Did Nazi ranting about the role of women (no make-up, smoking, or dieting) correspond with reality? What was the effect of the regime on family life (where fathers were encouraged to inform on sons, and children on parents)? When the country embraced National Socialism in 1933, how did that acceptance impact the churches, the civil service, farmers, housewives, businessmen, health care, sports, education, "justice," the army, the arts, and the Jews? Using examples that range from the horrifying to the absurd, Grunberger captures vividly the nightmarish texture of the times and reveals how Nazis effectively permeated the everyday lives of German citizens. The result is a brilliant, terrifying glimpse of the people who dwelt along the edges of an abyss—often disappearing into it.
Richard Grunberger is the author of Germany 1918-1945, Hitler's SS, and Red Rising in Bavaria. He lives in London.
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Title:The 12-year Reich: A Social History Of Nazi Germany 1933-1945Format:PaperbackDimensions:560 pages, 8.25 × 5.38 × 1.11 inPublished:August 22, 1995Publisher:Da Capo Press

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ISBN - 10:0306806606

ISBN - 13:9780306806605

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The 12-year Reich, the first comprehensive social study of the Third Reich, shows what the Nazi regime proffered as the 'ideal' society and how the German people responded. Along with the violence, corruption, persecution, public extravaganzas, the ever-present Party, and the cult of the Fuhrer, a ghastly irritation of ordinary life went on.