In this brilliant history of the Hitler era Richard Grunberger reveals what life was like for an average citizen. The persuasive influence of the Nazi regime reached into every corner of everyday life in Germany. Censorship prevailed, education was undermined, family life was idealized, but children were encouraged to turn in disloyal parents. "Volk" festivals, party rallies, awards, uniforms, pageantry all played a part in the massive effort to shape the mind of a nation.
-(Review taken from the back cover of the text)-