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Hitler S Children by Gerhard Rempel

Title Hitler s Children
Author Gerhard Rempel
Publisher UNC Press Books
Release Date 1989
Category History
Total Pages 354
ISBN 0807842990
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Eighty-two percent of German boys and girls between the ages of ten and eighteen belonged to Hitlerjugend_Hitler Youth_or one of its affiliates by the time membership became fully compulsory in 1939. These adolescents were recognized by the SS, an exclusive cadre of Nazi zealots, as a source of future recruits to its own elite ranks, which were made up largely of men under the age of thirty. In this book, Gerhard Rempel examines the special relationship that developed between these two most youthful and dynamic branches of the National Socialist movement and concludes that the coalition gave nazism much of its passionate energy and contributed greatly to its initial political and military success. Rempel center his analysis of the HJ-SS relationship on two branches of the Hitler Youth. The first of these, the Patrol Service, was established as a juvenile police force to pursue ideological and social deviants, political opponents, and non-conformists within the HJ and among German youth at large. Under SS influence, however, membership in the organization became a preliminary apprenticeship for boys who would go on to be agents and soldiers in such SS-controlled units as the Gestapo and Death's Head Formations. The second, the Land Service, was created by HJ to encourage a return to farm living. But this battle to reverse "the flight from the land" took on military significance as the SS sought to use the Land Service to create "defense-peasants" who would provide a reliable food supply while defending the Fatherland. The transformation of the Patrol and Land services, like that of the HJ generally, served SS ends at the same time that it secured for the Nazi regime the practical and ideological support of Germany's youth. By fostering in the Hitler Youth as "national community" of the young, the SS believed it could convert the popular movement of nazism into a protomilitary program to produce ideologically pure and committed soldiers and leaders who would keep the movement young and vital.

Hitler S Children by Gerald Posner

Title Hitler s Children
Author Gerald Posner
Publisher Berkley
Release Date 1992
Category Children and politics
Total Pages 288
ISBN 0425135098
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A look at the experiences of the offspring of the architects of the Holocaust presents the stories of guilt, hatred, fury, and forgiveness of the children of Frank, Donitz, Hess, Mengele, and others. Reprint. K.

Hitler S Children by Jillian Becker

Title Hitler s Children
Author Jillian Becker
Publisher Author House
Release Date 2014-02
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 424
ISBN 9781491844380
Language English, Spanish, and French
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First published in 1977 in the US and Britain to universal critical acclaim, Hitler's Children quickly became a world-wide best seller, translated into many other languages, including Japanese. It tells the story of the West German terrorists who emerged out of the 'New Left' student protest movement of the late 1960s. With bombs and bullets they started killing in the name of 'peace'. Almost all of them came from prosperous, educated families. They were 'Hitler's children' not only in that they had been born in or immediately after the Nazi period - some of their parents having been members of the Nazi party - but also because they were as fiercely against individual freedom as the Nazis were. Their declared ideology was Communism. They were beneficiaries of both American aid and the West German economic miracle. Despising their immeasurable gifts of prosperity and freedom, they 'identified' themselves with Third World victims of wars, poverty and oppression, whose plight they blamed on 'Western imperialism'. In reality, their terrorist activity was for no better cause than self-expression. Their dreams of leading a revolution were ended when one after another of them died in shoot-outs with the police, or was blown up with his own bomb, or was arrested, tried, and condemned to long terms of imprisonment. All four leaders of the Red Army Faction (dubbed 'the Baader-Meinhof gang' by journalists) committed suicide in prison.

Hitler S Stolen Children by Ingrid von Oelhafen

Title Hitler s Stolen Children
Author Ingrid von Oelhafen
Publisher HarperCollins
Release Date 2020-03-03
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781443460644
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Hitler’s Stolen Children is a powerful, first-person account of being at the heart of one of the Nazi’s cruelest and most obscene experiments—the Lebensborn program to create a new Aryan master race. In 1942, when she was nine months old, Erika Matko was stolen from her family in St. Sauerbrunn in what was then Yugoslavia and transported to Germany to be “Germanized.” She was chosen because, unlike her older brother and sister, she was blond and blue eyed, and had passed a medical racial examination that classed her as Aryan. Lebensborn then farmed her out to politically vetted German foster parents. Renamed Ingrid von Oelhafen, she grew up believing she was German. Then, one day, friends of her foster family revealed the truth about her origins. This was the beginning of a life-long quest to discover the truth about her birth and the Lebensborn program. It was a journey that would take her across Germany, uncovering the terrible secrets of Lebensborn—including the kidnapping of up to half a million babies like her and the deliberate murder of those deemed “sub-standard”—and back to the village where she was born. But here she would be faced with something even more painful: a woman who for more than seventy years had been using her name—and living her life.

Hitler S Daughter by Jackie French

Title Hitler s Daughter
Author Jackie French
Publisher HarperCollins Australia
Release Date 2010-07-01
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 144
ISBN 9780730491941
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Did Hitler's daughter, Heidi, really exist? - What if she did? the bombs were falling and the smoke rising from the concentration camps, but all Hitler's daughter knew was the world of lessons with Fraulein Gelber and the hedgehogs she rescued from the cold. Was it just a story or did Hitler's daughter really exist? And If you were Hitler's daughter, would all the horror that occurred be your fault, too? Do things that happened a long time ago still matter? First published in 1999, HItLER'S DAUGHtER has sold over 100,000 copies in Australia alone and has received great critical acclaim, both in Australia and the twelve counties where it has been published. HItLER'S DAUGHtER has also won or been shortlisted for 23 awards, both in Australia and internationally, including winner of the 2000 Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year for Younger Readers. HItLER'S DAUGHtER has also been dramatised by the MonkeyBaa theatre, and in 2007 won the Helpmann award for Best Presentation for Children and the Drovers Award for touring Excellence. Ages 10-14

Hitler S Children by Gerald L. Posner

Title Hitler s Children
Author Gerald L. Posner
Publisher Vintage
Release Date 1992-01
Category Children
Total Pages 246
ISBN 0749310855
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Hitler S Children by Guido Knopp

Title Hitler s Children
Author Guido Knopp
Publisher Sutton Pub Limited
Release Date 2004
Category History
Total Pages 291
ISBN OCLC:4390248
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A title in Guido Knopp's series on Germany's Nazi past. "Hitler's Children" provides a comprehensive history of the young generation under Nazism, accompanied by much hitherto unpublished material and dozens of eye-witness accounts.

Globetrotter Hitler S Children by Amatoritsero Ede

Title Globetrotter Hitler s Children
Author Amatoritsero Ede
Publisher Akashic Books
Release Date 2009
Category Poetry
Total Pages 106
ISBN 9781933354774
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A book of two sequences, melded beautifully and seamlessly, both of which are the shape of the poet's consciousness and body in relation to space and place. Globetrotter is an immigrant's paean to the city of Toronto, while Hitler's Children is a poet's struggle with race, otherness and Germany in the spirit of witness, passion, humour, melancholy and understanding.

Title Asperger s Children The Origins of Autism in Nazi Vienna
Author Edith Sheffer
Publisher W. W. Norton & Company
Release Date 2018-05-01
Category History
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9780393609653
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Shortlisted for the 2019 Mark Lynton History Prize A groundbreaking exploration of the chilling history behind an increasingly common diagnosis. Hans Asperger, the pioneer of autism and Asperger syndrome in Nazi Vienna, has been celebrated for his compassionate defense of children with disabilities. But in this groundbreaking book, prize-winning historian Edith Sheffer exposes that Asperger was not only involved in the racial policies of Hitler’s Third Reich, he was complicit in the murder of children. As the Nazi regime slaughtered millions across Europe during World War Two, it sorted people according to race, religion, behavior, and physical condition for either treatment or elimination. Nazi psychiatrists targeted children with different kinds of minds—especially those thought to lack social skills—claiming the Reich had no place for them. Asperger and his colleagues endeavored to mold certain "autistic" children into productive citizens, while transferring others they deemed untreatable to Spiegelgrund, one of the Reich’s deadliest child-killing centers. In the first comprehensive history of the links between autism and Nazism, Sheffer uncovers how a diagnosis common today emerged from the atrocities of the Third Reich. With vivid storytelling and wide-ranging research, Asperger’s Children will move readers to rethink how societies assess, label, and treat those diagnosed with disabilities.

Title The Story of Ferdinand
Author Munro Leaf
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 1977-06-30
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 72
ISBN 9780451479020
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A true classic with a timeless message! All the other bulls run, jump, and butt their heads together in fights. Ferdinand, on the other hand, would rather sit and smell the flowers. So what will happen when Ferdinand is picked for the bullfights in Madrid? The Story of Ferdinand has inspired, enchanted, and provoked readers ever since it was first published in 1936 for its message of nonviolence and pacifism. In WWII times, Adolf Hitler ordered the book burned in Nazi Germany, while Joseph Stalin, the leader of the Soviet Union, granted it privileged status as the only non-communist children's book allowed in Poland. The preeminent leader of Indian nationalism and civil rights, Mahatma Gandhi—whose nonviolent and pacifistic practices went on to inspire Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.—even called it his favorite book. The story was adapted by Walt Disney into a short animated film entitled Ferdinand the Bull in 1938. Ferdinand the Bull won the 1938 Academy Award for Best Short Subject (Cartoons).

Slow Fade To Black by Richard B. Jewell

Title Slow Fade to Black
Author Richard B. Jewell
Publisher Univ of California Press
Release Date 2016-03-22
Category History
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9780520289666
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Slow Fade to Black completes Richard B. Jewell’s richly detailed two-part history of the RKO film studio, which began with RKO Radio Pictures: A Titan Is Born, published in 2012. This second volume charts the studio’s fortunes, which peaked during World War II, declined in the postwar period, and finally collapsed in the 1950s. Drawing on hard-to-access archival materials, Jewell chronicles the period from 1942 to the company’s demise in 1957. Towering figures associated with the studio included Howard Hughes, Orson Welles, Charles Koerner, Val Lewton, Jane Russell, and Robert Mitchum. In addition to featuring an extraordinary cast of characters, the RKO story describes key aspects of entertainment history: Hollywood’s collaboration with Washington, film noir, censorship, HUAC, the rise of independent film production, and the impact of television on film. Taken as a whole, Jewell’s two-volume study represents the most substantial and insightful exploration of the Hollywood studio system to date.

Nazi Wives by James Wyllie

Title Nazi Wives
Author James Wyllie
Publisher St. Martin's Press
Release Date 2020-11-03
Category History
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9781250271570
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Nazi Wives is a fascinating look at the personal lives, psychological profiles, and marriages of the wives of officers in Hitler's inner circle. Goering, Goebbels, Himmler, Heydrich, Hess, Bormann—names synonymous with power and influence in the Third Reich. Perhaps less familiar are Carin, Emmy, Magda, Margarete, Lina, Ilse and Gerda... These are the women behind the infamous men—complex individuals with distinctive personalities who were captivated by Hitler and whose everyday lives were governed by Nazi ideology. Throughout the rise and fall of Nazism these women loved and lost, raised families and quarreled with their husbands and each other, all the while jostling for position with the Fuhrer himself. Until now, they have been treated as minor characters, their significance ignored, as if they were unaware of their husbands' murderous acts, despite the evidence that was all around them: the stolen art on their walls, the slave labor in their homes, and the produce grown in concentration camps on their tables. James Wyllie's Nazi Wives explores these women in detail for the first time, skillfully interweaving their stories through years of struggle, power, decline and destruction into the post-war twilight of denial and delusion.

Making Bombs For Hitler by Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch

Title Making Bombs for Hitler
Author Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch
Publisher Scholastic Canada
Release Date 2012
Category Sisters
Total Pages 186
ISBN 9781443107303
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this companion book to the award-winning Stolen Child, a young girl is forced into slave labour in a munitions factory in Nazi Germany. In Stolen Child, Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch introduced readers to Larissa, a victim of Hitler's largely unknown Lebensborn program. In this companion novel, readers will learn the fate of Lida, her sister, who was also kidnapped by the Germans and forced into slave labour - an Ostarbeiter. In addition to her other tasks, Lida's small hands make her the perfect candidate to handle delicate munitions work, so she is sent to a factory that makes bombs. The gruelling work and conditions leave her severely malnourished and emotionally traumatized, but overriding all of this is her concern and determination to find out what happened to her vulnerable younger sister. With rumours of the Allies turning the tide in the war, Lida and her friends conspire to sabotage the bombs to help block the Nazis' war effort. When her work camp is finally liberated, she is able to begin her search to learn the fate of her sister. In this exceptional novel Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch delivers a powerful story of hope and courage in the face of incredible odds.

Children Of Nazis by Tania Crasnianski

Title Children of Nazis
Author Tania Crasnianski
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2018-02-06
Category History
Total Pages 999
ISBN 9781628728088
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In 1940, the German sons and daughters of great Nazi dignitaries Himmler, Göring, Hess, Frank, Bormann, Speer, and Mengele were children of privilege at four, five, or ten years old, surrounded by affectionate, all-powerful parents. Although innocent and unaware of what was happening at the time, they eventually discovered the extent of their father’s occupations: These men—their fathers who were capable of loving their children and receiving love in return—were leaders of the Third Reich, and would later be convicted as monstrous war criminals. For these children, the German defeat was an earth-shattering source of family rupture, the end of opulence, and the jarring discovery of Hitler’s atrocities. How did the offspring of these leaders deal with the aftermath of the war and the skeletons that would haunt them forever? Some chose to disown their past. Others did not. Some condemned their fathers; others worshipped them unconditionally to the end. In this enlightening book, Tania Crasnianski examines the responsibility of eight descendants of Nazi notables, caught somewhere between stigmatization, worship, and amnesia. By tracing the unique experiences of these children, she probes at the relationship between them and their fathers and examines the idea of how responsibility for the fault is continually borne by the descendants.

A Hitler Youth In Poland by Jost Hermand

Title A Hitler Youth in Poland
Author Jost Hermand
Publisher Northwestern University Press
Release Date 1997
Category History
Total Pages 148
ISBN 0810112922
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Between 1933 and 1945, more than three million children between the ages of seven and sixteen were taken from their homes and sent to Hitler Youth paramilitary camps to be toughened up and taught how to be obedient Germans. Separated from their families, these children often endured abuse by the adults in charge. This mass phenomenon that affected a whole generation of Germans remains almost undocumented. In this memoir, Jost Hermand, a German cultural critic and historian who spent much of his youth in five different camps, writes about his experiences during this period. Hermand also gives background into the camp's creation and development.

Son Of Hitler by Anthony Del Col, Geoff Moore

Title Son Of Hitler
Author Anthony Del Col, Geoff Moore
Publisher Image Comics
Release Date 2018-06-20
Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9781534310889
Language English, Spanish, and French
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She's a British spy handler who, in the darkest days of World War II, discovers the way to stopping the Nazis is to find a French baker's assistant. Who also happens to be Adolf Hitler's illegitimate son. When a trio of Nazi informants wash up on the shoes of Dover, spy handler Cora Brown is assigned their interrogation. Usually skeptical, she's shocked when they reveal to her a secret only a handful of Nazis know: that during the first World War Hitler fathered a child in France. Armed with these stolen Nazi files, she defies her orders and tracks down Pierre Moreau and convinces him to embark on a mission to find his biological father - and assassinate him. They make their way to Germany but discover that the road to discovery is filled with violence, spycraft, weird scientific experiments and death. Will Pierre make it to Hitler and end the war? Or will they discover something else along the way? SON OF HITLER is an acclaimed graphic novel of which NPR describes, “few war stories are this much fun.” If you like pulp spy thriller and alternative history thrillers like Inglourious Basterds, Man in the High Castle and the works of John Le Carre, you'll love this page-turning yarn by acclaimed creators Anthony Del Col (Assassin's Creed), Jeff McComsey (FUBAR) and newcomer Geoff Moore. Buy SON OF HITLER today to discover the greatest untold legend of World War II!

Title Sophie Scholl Fights Hitler s Regime
Author Clara MacCarald
Publisher North Star Editions, Inc.
Release Date 2019-01-01
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 48
ISBN 9781641855327
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Explores the history, events, and aftermath of Sophie Scholl's fight against Hitler's regime. Through insightful text, “In Their Own Words” special features, and critical thinking questions, this title will introduce readers to a historic example of social activism.

Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler

Title Mein Kampf
Author Adolf Hitler
Publisher Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd
Release Date 2021-03-19
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 560
ISBN 9789390504879
Language English, Spanish, and French
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‘MEIN KAMPF’ is the autobiography of Adolf Hitler gives detailed insight into the mission and vision of Adolf Hitler that shook the world. This book is the merger of two volumes. The first volume of MEIN KAMPF’ was written while the author was imprisioned in a Bavarian fortress. The book deals with events which brought the author into this blight. It was the hour of Germany’s deepest humiliation, when Napolean has dismembered the old German Empire and French soldiers occupied almost the whole of Germony. The books narrates how Hitler was arrested with several of his comrades and imprisoned in the fortress of Landsberg on the river Lech. During this period only the author wrote the first volume of MEIN KAMPF. The Second volume of MEIN KAMPF was written after release of Hitler from prison and it was published after the French had left the Ruhr, the tramp of the invading armies still echoed in German ears and the terrible ravages had plunged the country into a state of social and economic Chaos. The beauty of the book is, MEIN KAMPF is an historical document which bears the emprint of its own time. Moreover, Hitler has declared that his acts and ‘public statements’ constitute a partial revision of his book and are to be taken as such. Also, the author has translated Hitler’s ideal, the Volkischer Staat, as the People’s State. The author has tried his best making German Vocabulary easy to understand. You will never be satisfied until go through the whole book. A must read book, which is one of the most widely circulated and read books worldwide.

Title When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit
Author Judith Kerr
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 1997-11-10
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9781440674464
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Anna is not sure who Hitler is, but she sees his face on posters all over Berlin. Then one morning, Anna and her brother awake to find her father gone! Her mother explains that their father has had to leave and soon they will secretly join him. Anna just doesn?t understand. Why do their parents keep insisting that Germany is no longer safe for Jews like them? Because of Hitler, Anna must leave everything behind. Based on the gripping real-life story of the author, this poignant backlist staple gets a brandnew look for a new generation of readers just in time for Holocaust Remembrance Month.

Hitler S First Hundred Days by Peter Fritzsche

Title Hitler s First Hundred Days
Author Peter Fritzsche
Publisher Basic Books
Release Date 2020-03-17
Category History
Total Pages 432
ISBN 9781541697447
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This unsettling and illuminating history reveals how Germany's fractured republic gave way to the Third Reich, from the formation of the Nazi party to the rise of Hitler. Amid the ravages of economic depression, Germans in the early 1930s were pulled to political extremes both left and right. Then, in the spring of 1933, Germany turned itself inside out, from a deeply divided republic into a one-party dictatorship. In Hitler's First Hundred Days, award-winning historian Peter Fritzsche offers a probing account of the pivotal moments when the majority of Germans seemed, all at once, to join the Nazis to construct the Third Reich. Fritzsche examines the events of the period -- the elections and mass arrests, the bonfires and gunfire, the patriotic rallies and anti-Jewish boycotts -- to understand both the terrifying power the National Socialists exerted over ordinary Germans and the powerful appeal of the new era they promised. Hitler's First Hundred Days is the chilling story of the beginning of the end, when one hundred days inaugurated a new thousand-year Reich.