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The Nazis very quickly set up networks of informers. Records of executions, for example, show there was considerably more opposition than was formerly thought. However, it was largely a matter of individuals and sometimes couples. What was extremely hard because of the police state was organized opposition on a larger scale. Propaganda! The terror apparatus, torture, the Gestapo.

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