The “Third Reich” in your own life story

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Responsible for denazification in American-occupied Württemberg-Baden: Special Minister Gottlob Kamm (second from left), here on March 27, 1947 in the state parliament.
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A research project examines how Germans told themselves about their arrival in democracy and their rejection of National Socialism after the Second World War.

by SEBASTIAN ROJEK

The question of the transition from the Nazi dictatorship to democracy encompasses one of the central research areas in contemporary history. Since the end

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