An engaging range of period texts and theme books for AS and A Level history. In this innovative new study, Frank McDonough provides a clear account of opposition and resistance towards the Nazi regime from 1933 to 1945 and presents the historical debate surrounding this important aspect of the history of Nazi Germany. The book concentrates on the individuals and groups that resisted and opposed Nazi rule, including the Christian churches, industrial workers, youth groups and sections of the army, whose resistance culminated in the assassination attempt against Hitler in July 1944.
Introduction; 1. Opposition and resistance from Social Democrats, communists and industrial workers; 2. Youth protest; 3. The White Rose; 4. Opposition and resistance from the Christian churches; 5. The conservative and military resistance against Hitler; 6. Stauffenberg and the bomb attempt on Hitler's life; 7. The historical debate; Chronology; select bibliography.