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An astonishing, eye-opening survey of the modern world's relationship with Nazi Germany by the acclaimed author of the bestselling Third Reich trilogy.
Sir Richard J. Evans is Regius Professor of History at Cambridge University. His previous books include In Defence of History, Telling Lies about Hitler, The Coming of the Third Reich, The Third Reich at War and The Third Reich in Power.
'In these essays, as in so much of his scholarship, he is right on the mark' -- Tony Barber * Financial Times * The importance of this book lies in Evans's ability to illuminate the character of a barbarous regime while never allowing judgement to outstrip evidence . . . As a master of his subject, Evans is not afraid to take aim at highly regarded works that he believes occlude or even trivialise the sufferings wreaked by Nazism . . . exemplary * Jewish Chronicle * 'these essays by the greatest living historian of the Third Reich are a highlight' * Daily Telegraph * Extremely readable . . . Evans does not hesitate to get stuck into one of the major disagreements dividing Third Reich historians * BBC History * A stimulating collection . . . fascinating -- Nicholas Shakespeare * Telegraph * Lucid, absorbing essays . . . in these essays, as in so much of his scholarship, [Evans] is right on the mark * Financial Times * The Third Reich in History and Memory sweeps together a military, cultural, social and economic overview of Hitler's Germany in a way that engages and startles * Telegraph *