‚The German War: A Nation Under Arms, 1939-1945,‘ by Nicholas Stargardt – A revelatory look at how everyday people let the unthinkable happen. | Dallasnews
What on earth were the German people thinking during World War II?
How could they support such a dreadful war of aggression? How could they tolerate — or actively support — the extermination of Jews and others who failed to measure up on the Aryan scale of racial superiority?