|Format||Release Date||List Price||Your Price||ISBN|
|11 Audio CDs||October 25, 2016||$49.99||$39.99||9781520037103||Add to Cart|
|2 MP3 CDs||October 25, 2016||$29.99||$19.99||9781520037141||Add to Cart|
In 1933, Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of Germany. A year later, all parties but the Nazis had been outlawed, freedom of the press was but a memory, and Hitler’s dominance seemed complete. Yet over the next few years, an unlikely clutch of conspirators emerged – soldiers, schoolteachers, politicians, diplomats, theologians, even a carpenter – who would try repeatedly to end the Fuhrer’s genocidal reign. This dramatic and deeply researched book tells the full story of those noble, ingenious, and doomed efforts. This is history at its most suspenseful, as we witness secret midnight meetings, crises of conscience, fierce debates among old friends about whether and how to dismantle Nazism, and the various plots themselves being devised and executed.
"Likely to become the definitive general history of the subject and the starting place for all future research, Orbach’s work is a fascinating story of courage and an excellent study of the struggle of individuals to act morally and honorably." - Publishers Weekly
"This fresh look at the German Resistance will be appreciated by students of World War II history." - Library Journal
"A robust history of the German conspiracy against Nazism...gripping look at a historical counternarrative that remains relevant and disturbing." - Kirkus