From Our Editors
More than 150 Germans contributed to this fascinating oral history of the Second World War, which gives first-hand accounts of what it was like to watch and participate in the rise of Hitler, to endure the peril of the seas in a U-boat, to fight and watch men die, and to suffer through bombings at Dresden and Hamburg.
From the Publisher
A major historical document, this book contains interviews with more than 150 Germans who witnessed, participated in, or resisted the rise of Adolph Hitler. The testimony comes from well-known figures like Manfred Rommel and Helmut Kohl; former soldiers and ordinary civilians; and victims of the criminal policies of the Nazi regime. Ha...