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What did non-jewish german think about the Nazis?


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2014-01-09 03:11:57
2014-01-09 03:11:57

There's no sure way to know what somebody else thought, felt, or believed.

But unless I have been misinformed, or underinformed, history does not

reflect any substantial, widespread objection, civil disobedience, or revolt

on the part of the Teutonic population, with the exception of a very few

unrelated individuals, in reaction to the restriction, discrimination, persecution,

demonization, and mass extermination that were perpetrated over the course

of 15 years as matters of public policy.

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