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Germany 1945

Views of War and Violence

Germany 1945 by Dagmar Barnouw
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Photographers from the U.S. Army's Signal Corps were with the troops that drove back Hitler's troops and occupied Germany at the end of WWII. Soon photos of death camps and starving POWs shocked the home front, providing ample evidence of Nazi brutality. Yet did the faces of the defeated Germans show remorse? The victors saw only arrogance, servility, and the resentment of a population thoroughly brainwashed by the Nazis. In fact, argues Dagmar Barnouw, the photographs from this period tell a more complex story and hold many clues for a better understanding of the recent German past.

Indiana University Press; August 2008
280 pages; ISBN 9780253028426
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Title: Germany 1945
Author: Dagmar Barnouw
 
ISBNs
9780253028426
9780253220431