Contents<> Illustrations Acknowledgements Abbreviations Introduction: New Manners I: Conviviality in Hildesheim 1. Civility 2. Niveau 3. The Stroll 4. Dirty Politics II: Making Hildesheim Fascist 5. Coordination 6. Polarization 7. Administration 8. Epistemologies Conclusion: Dangerous Deeds Sources
The role of ordinary Germans in the success of the Nazi revolution
Andrew Stuart Bergerson is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He lives in Kansas City.
[Bergerson's] carefully crafted volume, divided into two major sections dealing with pre-Nazi and Nazi Germany and providing 'thick descriptions' of a number of the interviewees he so patiently worked with, is both insightful and fair-minded.June 2009 * American Historical Review *