A Mind in Prison: The Memoir of a Son and Soldier of the Third Reich

A Mind in Prison The Memoir of a Son and Soldier of the Third Reich A Mind in Prison is a candid autobiographical examination of life in Nazi Germany and the powerful hold Nazi propaganda had on Germany s youth It is rare to find such an eloquent frank and truly rem

  • Title: A Mind in Prison: The Memoir of a Son and Soldier of the Third Reich
  • Author: Bruno Manz
  • ISBN: 9781574883428
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Mind in Prison is a candid autobiographical examination of life in Nazi Germany and the powerful hold Nazi propaganda had on Germany s youth It is rare to find such an eloquent, frank, and truly remorseful account of the Nazi years by a German who made the tragic mistake of following Adolf Hitler.

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    2 thoughts on “A Mind in Prison: The Memoir of a Son and Soldier of the Third Reich

    1. Bruno Manz Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the A Mind in Prison: The Memoir of a Son and Soldier of the Third Reich book, this is one of the most wanted Bruno Manz author readers around the world.

    2. Has a lot to say about growing up in a militaristic culture, and how it led to Hitler. Talks a lot about antisemitism and lack of refinement/cruelty among the soldiers he served with.

    3. Although this was an interesting read, and not without it's merit, it provides little insight into the author's life as a soldier, or even as amember of the Hitler Youth. Beyond his desperate need to exert repentance for his life through the Third Reich years.Beyond those with whom he felt he had a philosophical affinity, aside from his father, there is little to no expressions of camaraderie or affection for those he fought beside and who were quite likely struggling with the same issues. I fel [...]

    4. The brainwashing of the german people: a memoir, basically. Quite interesting and self-reflecting from a former nazi soldiers point of view and the horrible deeds he did. You could say that he wrote it just to save his ass (his praise of the USA is a tad bit repetetive), but I certainly hope that's not the case.

    5. Fascinating. This is the only book of this sort that I know of. It's not great writing, but it's not bad. And to find out what it was like to be raised within the social atmosphere that created Nazism makes it worth reading.

    6. Interesting look at life in the 3rd Reich. Made more memorable by the authors honesty and willingness to self-reflect.

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