Index
Adenauer, Konrad, 229, 260, 264
Adolf-Hitler-Schulen, 48–51, 104, 176
Agricultural Service, 34–35, 61, 84–85, 105
Aicher, Otl, 122–123, 125, 132
Albertsen, Erich, 176
Amann, Eva, 121
Amsberg, Claus von, 167–169
Andersch, Alfred, 41
Antisemitism. See Jews; Nazi ideology
Aristotle, 130
Arminius the Cheruscan, 41
Armstrong, Louis, 145
Artamanen, 34–35, 61, 84, 97, 193–195
Axmann, Artur, 19, 54, 56, 58, 139, 151–152, 158, 196–198, 208, 210, 213, 220, 223–225, 237, 260–261
Bauhaus, 28
BDM, 16, 25, 28, 39, 58, 60, 70–112, 122–123, 146, 150, 227, 231–232, 235, 238–239, 242, 245, 258; "Glaube und Schönheit" within, 95–98, 108, 232
Beatrix, Dutch Crown Princess, 168
Beck, Rainer, 190
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 41, 43, 131
Behrens, Manja, 98
Bennett, Constance, 145
Bergen, Ingrid van, 191, 240
Bismarck, Otto von, 41
Blasen, 133–136, 140, 155, 164–166
Blomberg, Werner von, 29
Böll, Heinrich, 24, 42
Bollinger, Willi, 133
Borchert, Wolfgang, 192, 248, 261, 264
Bormann, Martin, 58–60, 98–99, 107, 109, 154, 198, 212, 219, 225, 237
Brahms, Johannes, 252
Brauchitsch, Walther von, 177
Braun, Eva, 218
Brecht, Bertolt, 38–39, 116
Brenner, Heinz, 189
Brentano, Clemens, 128
Broadway Melody, 145
Broders, Christa, 150
Brüning, Heinrich, 116, 193
Buber, Martin, 117
Bund Deutscher Mädel. See BDM
Burghölzli, 159
Candrix, Fud, 142, 145
Castell, Clementine Gräfin zu, 95
Chopin, Frederic, 171
Churchill, Winston, 119
Coetzee, J.M., 171

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  • 1: [Make Way, You Old Ones!] 1
  • 2: Serving in the Hitler Youth 13
  • 3: German Girls for Matrimony and Motherhood 70
  • 4: Dissidents and Rebels 113
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