Review: Adam Hochschild on Unsung Heroes in Hitler’s Germany
Nearly thirty years ago, studying oral histories of the Holocaust, Lawrence L. Langer astutely pointed out a pitfall commonly encountered when examining the Nazi era. The people who took oral histories, he found, sometimes interrupted the survivors, or ignored the despair they voiced, because the interviewers were so eager to shape a story that ended wi…
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