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Unformatted text preview: clared an enemy of the state and sent to a concentration camp.5 On one 5 Ibid., 157 3 occasion Irmgard’s grandfather sums up how he feels about Hitler, he calls him “a fly- by night, no- good, maniac who had seduced the German people and addled their collective minds and would ultimately betray them.”6 It turns out that he was exactly right. On top of the risk of being sent to a concentration camp the vast majority of Germany looked down on people that were thought to disagree with the Nazi party. As if the pressure from society and government was not enough, the Nazi’s would ban you from working if you were not a member of the Nazi party. About six months before the war ended i...
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This essay was uploaded on 02/25/2014 for the course HIS 325 taught by Professor Aliciajackson during the Spring '12 term at Covenant.

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