Requiem for a German Past

Requiem for a German Past

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Jurgen Herbst s account of growing up in Nazi Germany from 1928 to 1948 is a boy s experience of anti-Semitism and militarism from the inside. Herbst was a middle-class boy in a Lutheran family that saw value in Prussian military ideals and a mythic German past. His memoir is a compelling, understated tale of moral awakening.Mr. Berger kept a cane in a locked wooden wardrobe that stood in the corner of the classroom. We, of course, tried our best to sabotage the use of the wardrobe by sticking wads of paper or clay into the lock or by nailing shut its door. But it did anbsp;...


Title:Requiem for a German Past
Author: Jurgen Herbst
Publisher:Univ of Wisconsin Press - 1999-09-01
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