Joseph Goebbels: Life and Death
By: Toby Thacker (author)Paperback
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An insightful new biography of Joseph Goebbels, Propaganda Minister of the 'Third Reich' and one of the most important and troubling figures of the twentieth century. The first account to use all of Goebbels' surviving diaries, it sheds new light on his personality, private life and political convictions, as well as his relationship with Hitler.
TOBY THACKER is Lecturer in Modern European History at Cardiff University, UK, and has published two previous books relating to Nazi Germany: Music after Hitler, 1945-1955 and The End of the Third Reich: Defeat, Denazification, and Nuremberg, 1944-1946.
List of illustrations Acknowledgements A note on translation Introduction 'This Awful Waiting' 'Starting to Find Firm Ground' 'The Coming Dictator' 'You are the Nobility of the Third Reich' 'We Will All Three be Good to One Another' 'These Masses Are What Matter' 'We are not Suited to be Executioners' 'An Indissoluble Community of Destiny' 'This People's War Must be Carried Through' 'A Life and Death Struggle' 'We Have Done the Right Thing' 'How Distant and Alien This Beautiful World Appears' Epilogue Notes Bibiliography and Sources
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