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Through the eyes of foreign authors, this collection offers a new perspective on the horrifying details of German life under Nazism, in accounts as gripping and well-written as a novel, but bearing all the weight of historical witness.
Oliver Lubrich is junior professor of rhetoric at the Institute of General and Comparative Literature at the Free University Berlin.
Table of Contents
|Journeys to the End of the Night||p. l|
|About This Anthology||p. 19|
|Editorial Pointers||p. 21|
|1933 to 1939|
|Goodbye to Berlin||p. 27|
|Hitler in the Elevator||p. 33|
|Why Could the Nazis Come?||p. 37|
|Hitler Needs a Woman||p. 41|
|The Sick Man of Europe||p. 53|
|A Sort of Simultaneity||p. 55|
|"Are You Still Alive?"-30 June 1934||p. 57|
|The Miracle of Life||p. 65|
|On the Rhine with Mitzi||p. 73|
|Harvest Festival, 1935||p. 77|
|The Dream of Sixty Million People||p. 79|
|A Party for Tom||p. 91|
|"I Have a Thing to Tell You"||p. 97|
|Into the Bottomless Pit||p. 133|
|What of the Color-Line?||p. 135|
|HH Without Ceasing||p. 153|
|A Race of Thieves||p. 157|
|The Germans Really Are Too Good||p. 159|
|A Visit to Heinrich Heine||p. 163|
|The Yellow Face||p. 167|
|Göring's Cup||p. 169|
|A Demonstration against the War||p. 173|
|Berlin in the Summer of 1939||p. 179|
|1939 to 1945|
|Fevered German Dreams||p. 205|
|At Göring's Table||p. 219|
|Half Moon and Swastika||p. 221|
|The Germans' Mood Swings||p. 235|
|In the Wild West Bar||p. 241|
|Special Press Conference, 9 October 1941||p. 255|
|The Heaven of Nieflheim||p. 265|
|"The Enemy Is Listening!"||p. 269|
|At the Lion's Tail||p. 275|
|Don't Throw Stones at the Pianist!||p. 281|
|In the Dying City||p. 287|
|"Tomorrow I Have to Go Back to the Camp"||p. 291|
|"Will Exchange Skillet for Picture of the Führer"||p. 293|
|Carpet Bombing||p. 301|
|Leipzig Is Dead!||p. 305|
|The Sky Is Red||p. 311|
|Children's Games||p. 315|
|Nineveh Is a Great City||p. 319|
|"I Must Speak to the Führer!"||p. 325|
|Crispbread from Stockholm||p. 331|
|Twilight of the Gods||p. 333|
|The Final Days||p. 337|
|The First "Amerikanski" in Berlin||p. 339|
|The Propaganda Minister's Corpse||p. 345|
|Cry for Vengeance||p. 347|
|Eighth of May 1945||p. 351|
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