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Although an astonishing 2.5 million ordinary Germans were killed in the post-Reich era, few know of this traumatic history. There has been an unspoken understanding amongst historians that the Germans effectively got what they deserved as perpetrators of the Holocaust. First ashamed of their national humiliation at the hands of the Allies and Soviets, and later ashamed of the horrors of the Holocaust, Germans too have remained largely silent â a silence W.G. Sebald movingly described in his controversial book On the Natural History of Destruction.
In After the Reich, Giles MacDonogh has written a comprehensive history of Germany and Austria in the postwar period, drawing on a vast array of contemporary first-person accounts of the period. In doing so, he has finally given a voice the millions of who, lucky to survive the war, found themselves struggling to survive a hellish âpeace.â
A startling account of a massive and brutal military occupation, After the Reich is a major work of history of history with obvious relevance today.
About: Presents a history of the occupation and subsequent division of Germany after the defeat of Hitler, a period in which over two million Germans lost their lives through starvation and the violent revenge killings and imprisonments inflicted upon them by the victors.
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