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  • An illuminating and fascinating insight.

    This volume makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the Third Reich, its policies towards foreign visitors as well as the mentality of its citizens. Readers will be appalled but perhaps not entirely surprised by the level of antisemitism expressed by many visitors, not least those who doubtless considered themselves pillars of the liberal establishment, who sympathised with some elements of Nazi policy and which bode ill for Germany's and Europe's Jews. Vignettes from African-American academics, a Chinese academic along with the usual suspects (upper class English visitors and Nazi sympathisers) provide some surprising views of life within the Third Reich. This book is an absolute must for any serious student of German history.

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