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Dieter Lattman discusses division between intellectuals and the general public and touches on the German general public and the Nazi situation prior to WWII ; part 2

BROADCAST: Mar. 1, 1967 | DURATION: 00:28:32

Synopsis

Studs interview with Dieter Lattman, German author and journalist. They discuss the powerful influence that German intellectuals have over the general public and how this led to the silent acceptance and ignorance of concentration camps and euphemism in Germany pre WWII. Littman praises William Shirer's book, "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" but warns that he did not know about the average German family. Littman shares some of his memories as a German youth living during the Nazi reign. Interview takes place in Germany.