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By the author of more than 30 books about the Nazis, the occult and the Nuremberg Trials, Paul Roland draws on the recollections of those who lived through the rise and fall of one of the most vicious and sadistic regimes the world has ever seen. One interesting interview is with a woman named Eycke Strickland who came from an anti-Nazi family, another the interview regarding the use of American and to a lesser extent British jazz music by German youth as a way to rebel against Nazi control. Covering the years 1933 to 1945, here are rare photos of women working in factories, the rebellious youth movement with provocative fashion statements called the Swing Kids, the story of 20 year old Berliner Cioma Schönhaus who escaped deportation to a concentration camp because he was more valuable to the Reich as a forger. Also pictured is the public burning of books as witnessed by Bernt Engelmann. A brief and interesting history, well illustrated, 180pp in paperback.

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