2 edition of Gestapo defied found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Martin Niemoller.|
|Genre||Sermons, Translations into English|
|Contributions||Lymburn, Jane, tr.|
|LC Classifications||BX8066.N47 D42 1942|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 259 p.|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||43001281|
The effort was discovered near the war's end, and the Gestapo arrested Dr. Stroder, but his life was saved by the collapse of Nazi Germany. His experiences were described in his book. 6 The White Rose. Only operating for a short time between June and February , the White Rose was a non-violent group, mostly made up of intellectuals, who distributed pamphlets and used graffiti to try and sway public opinion against the group was led by a group of year-olds who had become disillusioned with what Hitler had turned Germany into.
Sophie Scholl: The Woman Who Defied Hitler Sophie Scholl was a member of an underground, non-violent protest movement against Hitler’s rule in Nazi Germany called the White Rose (die Weisse Rose). Based at Munich University and consisting of a philosophy professor and his students, it conducted an anonymous leaflet campaign from to Name as a Book of the Year by the Spectator A Daily Telegraph 'Book of the Week' (August ) Longlisted for PEN Hessell-Tiltman Prize Ranked in Best Books of in the Daily Telegraph Professor Frank McDonough is one of the leading scholars and most popular writers on the history of Nazi Germany. Frank McDonough's work has been described 4/5(1).
One of the final messages represents a fitting testament to all those who defied the Gestapo. Filthy: A cell and corridor in a Gestapo prison in Cologne in , including a cot where prisoners. Sophie Scholl: The Real Story of the Woman who Defied Hitler. Most of the recipients handed the leaflets over to the Gestapo, who concluded that the leaflet was the work of romantic idealists who did not pose much of a threat. Sophie Scholl: The Real Story of the Woman who Defied Hitler. By Frank McDonough. The History Press pp, £
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The Gestapo Defied. He was Pastor of the Lutheran Parish of Berlin-Dahlem. Imprisoned in for refusing to stop preaching that upset the German Authorities. Tried by a Special Court in and found not guilty of dishonourable conduct, but was sent to Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, where I think he died/5.
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Lucie Aubrac: The French Resistance Heroine Who Defied the Gestapo/5(3). Friedrich Gustav Emil Martin Niemöller was a prominent German anti-Nazi theologian and Lutheran pastor. Martin Niemöller’s books.
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Product Description. The full story of a remarkable woman who has become legendary in the history of the French Resistance. In Maya young Frenchwoman called Lucie Aubrac engineered the escape of her husband Raymond from the clutches of Klaus Barbie, the feared Gestapo chief later known as the 'Butcher of Lyon'.Reviews: Buy Lucie Aubrac: The French Resistance Heroine Who Defied the Gestapo First Edition by Rees, Siân (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(30). Fallada was given the Hampels' Gestapo files by Johannes Becher, a poet, novelist and friend of Fallada's, who returned from exile after the war and became president of the cultural organization established by the Soviet military administration in the Soviet : Hans Fallada.
The paperback version of the Gestapo book was released in September McDonough has most recently completed a two volume book titled 'The Hitler Years'.
The first volume (Triumph ) is due to be published on 14 November Alma mater: Balliol College, Oxford, Lancaster. The Gestapo defied: being the last twenty-eight sermons / by Martin Niemoller ; [translated by Jane Lymburn] Publication | Library Call Number: BXN47 D Expand all.
American edition (New York, Philosophical Library and Alliance Book Corp.) has title: God is my fuehrer. Concentration camps. In Hermann Goering gained control of the Prussian police and transformed the Gestapo into an executive tool for the Nazis’ ambition to crush all : Robert Gerwarth.
Frank McDonough’s The Gestapo is the definitive and profound account of the Gestapo. Drawing on a detailed examination of previously unpublished Gestapo case files this book relates the fascinating, vivid and disturbing accounts of a cross-section of ordinary and extraordinary people who opposed the Nazi regime.
The book also contains a useful photo essay and an appendix of all the leaflets (including the unpublished seventh leaflet by Christoph Probst) translated into English. This is a book that deserves the attention of a wide readership; in particular all those with an interest in Nazi Germany, the German resistance to Hitler, the Second World War Author: David Ian Hall.
Gestapo (gee stahp oh) the Geheime Staatspolizei, or secret state police, an arm of the Schutzstaffel, called the SS or Black Shirts, a hand-picked corps of 50, secret police who functioned as security officers and as Hitler's body guard.
For their fanaticism and devotion to Hitler's dictates, the Gestapo became the most hated and feared of. Lucie Aubrac: The French Resistance Heroine Who Defied the Gestapo by Sian Rees $ buy online or call us from Book Grocer, 5/.
This fascinating and absorbing new book, drawing on original Gestapo files, provides a wide range of vivid and fascinating stories that explore the tragic human plight of victims of Nazi terror, and the motives of the German citizens who denounced them/5().
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On Februthree students from the White Rose, a small underground resistance movement, were executed by guillotine. One of them was a year-old Munich University student named Sophie Scholl, who had courageously fought against Nazi tyranny, not with bullets or bombs but with words, printed in leaflets, that proclaimed a passionate desire to Pages: Frank McDonough has used a variety of original documents from German archives, including letters and diaries, Gestapo interrogation files, court documents and exclusive interviews, most notably with Sophie's sister, to produce this shocking but ultimately inspirational biography of a German heroine who defied Hitler and was executed for her /5(3).
The Gestapo (secret state police) originated in under Hermann Goering and was ultimately merged with the SD. Just as the Gestapo had its secret operatives among the mass of the population, the SD had agents, known only to the chief SD officers, in every department of the German government, in the armed forces, in the Nazi party, among.Genre/Form: History Sermons Translations Translations into English: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Niemöller, Martin, Gestapo defied.Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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