The 12-Year Reich: A Social History of Nazi Germany 1933-1945
1971 The 12-Year Reich: A Social History of Nazi Germany 1933-1945 by Richard Grunberger. LOC 69-16189, ISBN 03-076435-1
The 12-year Reich, the first comprehensive social study of the Third Reich, shows what the Nazi regime proffered as the 'ideal' society and how the German people responded. Along with the violence, corruption, persecution, public extravaganzas, the ever-present Party, and the cult of the Fuhrer, a ghastly irritation of ordinary life went on.
This book is the first comprehensive social study of Nazi Germany. With devastating documentation it shows what the Nazi regime proffered as the 'ideal' society and how the Germany people responded. Divided into chapters as Business, Youth, The Workers, Ritual and Fuhrer Worship, and using examples that range from the horrifying to the ridiculous, Grunberger charts the way Nazi propaganda permeated the everyday lives of German citizens and allowed the Nazis to plunder the nation's institutions and initiated the Holocaust without any significant resistance.
Library of Congress Catalog Listing
- LC Control No.: 69016189
- Type of Material: Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc.)
- Personal Name: Grunberger, Richard.
- Main Title: The 12-year Reich; a social history of Nazi Germany, 1933-1945.
- Edition Information: [1st ed.]
- Published/Created: New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston 
- Description: vi, 535 p. illus., ports. 24 cm.
- ISBN: 0030764351
- Notes: London ed. (Weidenfeld and Nicolson) has title: A social history of the Third Reich.
- Bibliography: p. 473.
- Germany --Politics and government --1933-1945.
- Germany --Social conditions --1933-1945.
- Germany --Intellectual life --20th century.
- LC Classification: DD256.5 .G78 1971b
- Dewey Class No.: 914.3/03/86
- Geographic Area Code: e-gx---