There was much popular support for Hitler's regime in Nazi Germany, and little widespread domestic opposition or resistance. However, a number of individuals amd small groups, from all sections of society, did engage in acts of public defiance or resistance against the regime. This opposition came from the Christian churches; communists, socialists and industrial workers; conservative groups; elements within the army; students and the German youth; and Jews. This book looks at the nature of this opposition and the historical debate surrounding it.This book looks at the nature of this opposition and the historical debate surrounding it.
|Title||:||Opposition and Resistance in Nazi Germany|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2001-09-06|