Seduced by Hitler
The Choices of A Nation and the Ethics of SurvivalBook - 2001
Two British journalists draw on recent research and declassified documents for a new perspective on the Third Reich: the ways that average people living in Germany, its allies and occupied territories, and neutral European nations made everyday choices which had consequences for the rise of Adolf Hitler. By exploiting German dissatisfaction, both ideological and practical, and by being all things to all "racially pure" Germans, the Nazis corrupted and seduced an entire nation; LeBor and Boyes portray a world of continual ethical and moral compromise by citizens of the Reich that led to their complicity in the Holocaust. First published in the UK as Surviving Hitler (2000). c. Book News Inc.
Publisher: Naperville, Ill. : Sourcebooks, 2001.
Edition: North American edition
Branch Call Number: 943.086 LeB 3701 1
Characteristics: xi, 356 pages : illustrations