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Darkness over Germany

E. Amy Buller

Darkness over Germany

a warning from history

by E. Amy Buller

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  • 15 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Youth,
  • Politics and government,
  • Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei,
  • Description and travel

  • Edition Notes

    StatementE. Amy Buller ; foreword by Professor Kurt Barling, afterword by Edmund Newell
    ContributionsBarling, Kurt, writer of foreword, Newell, Edmund, writer of afterword
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDD253 .B84 2018
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxl, 254 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates
    Number of Pages254
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26954511M
    ISBN 101623719968
    ISBN 109781623719968
    OCLC/WorldCa1031117286

    Amy Buller: Darkness over Germany 15th December What British people aimed to achieve in Germany after the war, depended not only on what they found when they got there, but to a large extent on their views and beliefs as to why they fought the war, and why it started in the first place. to Germany to write Ratfelhaftes Tibet, published in Hamburg in His books were quickly translated into English and published by Rider & Company in London: IN SECRET TIBET () & DARKNESS OVER TIBET (). DARKNESS OVER TIBET, is an extremely rare book. Illion made some chance acquaintances which.

    Darkness over Germany The accessible guide consists of six short chapters and accompanies the new edition of Amy Buller’s groundbreaking book, Darkness over Germany: A Warning from History, which explores how young people were drawn into National Socialism in the s and draws light on many of the most pressing social issues we face in.   At the beginning of , John Robison was a man with a solid and long-established reputation in the British scientific establishment. He had been Professor of Natural Philosophy at Edinburgh University for over twenty years, an authority on mathematics and optics; he had recently been appointed senior scientific contributor on the third edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, to which he.

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It tells a remarkable and largely forgotten story of British-German relations in the s. The book speaks resonantly of the need to stay vigilant and maintain dialogue in times of change and discord.

Between the wars she made several visits to Germany and these formed the basis of her book 'Darkness over Germany'. Walter James described her views at the time as follows: “What she wanted people to understand, as far as one can judge, was that Nazism, though false, was a new and powerful religion, demanding the whole man as every religion.

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Darkness Over Germany E. Amy Buller, Kurt Barling (writer of foreword), Edmund Newell (writer of afterword) Published by Interlink Books, an imprint of Interlink Publishing Group, Inc. Northampton, Massachusetts ().

Darkness Over Germany is Amy Buller’s recollection of these unlikely encounters and her analysis of how National Socialism took hold.

It tells a remarkable and largely forgotten story of British-German relations in the s. The book speaks resonantly of the need to stay vigilant and maintain dialogue in times of change and discord.

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We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. NAZI LABoUR FRoNT. IN THE EARLY DAYsA STUDY. Two SIDES or THE SAME SroRY. History comes alive in this moving story of the heroic Danes who defied the Nazis during the occupation of Denmark.

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Description Darkness Over Germany. Darkness Over Germany is a remarkable book, written by the pioneering woman E. Amy Buller () and published in Britain at the height of the war in Miss Buller had spent over thirty years visiting Germany from until the Second World War.

Darkness over Germany provides a fascinating insight into Nazi leaders and the radicalisation of young Germans in the late s, with real resonance in current times. The book recounts conversations that Buller had with people in Germany in the run-up to World War II when, under the patronage of William Temple (later Archbishop of Canterbury) and AD Lindsay (Vice-Chancellor of Oxford.

Darkness over Denmark: The Danish Resistance and the Rescue of the Jews, written by Ellen Levine, is a book about a collection of acts of bravery and stories by people residing in Denmark during Germany's control.4/5. Williams, now master of Magdalene College, Cambridge and chair of Christian Aid, referred to a new edition of a book, Darkness Over Germany: a Author: Harriet Sherwood.A short documentary video about Amy Buller's groundbreaking book, 'Darkness over Germany', republished in as 'Darkness over Germany: A Warning from History' by Arcadia Books and launched on 16 May at St Paul's Cathedral, London.Von Staden—born Baroness yon Neurath—has written a slim memoir of her youth in Nazi Germany which, though also the story of a participant (not a victim), lacks the scouring moral reproach found in Christa Wolf's A Model Childhood ().

Since the von Neuraths were gentry (an uncle was a prewar Foreign Minister), they were caught by the Hitlerian frenzy only very electively; there was no.