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by Blair R. Holmes. Alan F. Keele,Klaus J. Hansen,Karl-Heinz Schnibbe

ISBN: 0929753143
ISBN13: 978-0929753140
Language: English
Publisher: Academic Research Foundation; 1st edition (November 11, 2003)
Pages: 425
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This book (along with the highly-acclaimed Hubener Vs. Hitler) are the most authoritative volumes on the Helmuth Hubener resistance group in Nazi Germany. but Hubener was the originator of the scheme-to produce leaflets against Hitler. Hubener listened to British broadcasts and composed leaflets telling Germans the truth about Hitler and the war.

When Truth Was Treason book. Karl-Heinz Schnibbe participated in resistance by handing out pamphlets typed by Helmuth Hubener

When Truth Was Treason book. His co-authors, Blair R. Holmes and Alan Keele, back up his compelling narrative with thousands of endnotes and translated Nazi documents in the Appendices. We recommend this volume to go hand-in-hand with "Hubener vs. Hitler" by Richard Lloyd Dewey. Karl-Heinz Schnibbe participated in resistance by handing out pamphlets typed by Helmuth Hubener. Helmuth got his information by listening to illegal bbc radio.

Holmes, Blair . Keele, Alan F. (2003). When Truth Was Treason: German Youth Against Hitler.

It includes interviews with all then-living friends and close relatives of Hübener. Holmes, Blair . Narrator: Karl-Heinz Schnibbe.

Blair R. Holmes, Alan F. Keele, ed. Keele, eds. When Truth Was Treason: German Youth Against Hitler: The Story of the Helmuth Huebener Group Based on the Narrative of Karl-Heinz Schnibbe. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1995. This particular circumstance, then, is where the problems with the book begin.

Items related to When Truth Was Treason: German Youth against . Published by U of Illinois Press, Urbana, IL (1995).

Items related to When Truth Was Treason: German Youth against Hitler:. When Truth Was Treason: German Youth against Hitler: The Story of the Helmuth Hubener(umlaut over the u) Group Based on the Narrative of Karl-Heinz Schnibbe. ISBN 13: 9780252022012. The book should be in all academic and large public libraries. Dennis L. Noble, Sequim, Wash.

of Karl-Heinz Schnibbe who was a collaborator with Helmuth Hubener

but Hubener was the originator of the scheme-to produce leaflets against Hitler. Hubener was arrested and tried and executed

WHEN TRUTH WAS TREASON (Author) HOLMES, BLAIR R. (Author) KEELE, ALAN F. (Author) SCHNIBBE . Their job was to man and maintain the vast fleets of aircraft needed to attack German cities and industry.

WHEN TRUTH WAS TREASON (Author) HOLMES, BLAIR R. (Author) SCHNIBBE, KARL-HEINZ (Author) University of Illinois Press (Publisher). Imperial War Museums home Connect with IWM.

When Truth Was Treason : German Youth Against Hitler: the Story of the Helmuth Hubener Group. A chilling, true story of four courageous teenagers who defied the Nazis.

Schnibbe, Karl-Heinz. Ed. (1995) When truth was treason :German youth against Hitler : the story of the Helmuth Hübener Group Urbana : University of Illinois Press

Schnibbe, Karl-Heinz. (1995) When truth was treason :German youth against Hitler : the story of the Helmuth Hübener Group Urbana : University of Illinois Press, MLA Citation. Schnibbe, Karl-Heinz. eds. When Truth Was Treason: German Youth Against Hitler : The Story Of The Helmuth Hübener Group. Urbana : University Of Illinois Press, 1995. These citations may not conform precisely to your selected citation style.

Tell a friend about this book. When Truth Was Treason German Youth Against Hitler The Story of the Helmuth Hubener Group Author: Alan F. Keele, Karl-Heinz Schnibbe.

This book (along with the highly-acclaimed Hubener Vs. Hitler) are the most authoritative volumes on the Helmuth Hubener resistance group in Nazi Germany. This account tells the compelling story in first person, written by one of the group's actual participants, Karl-Heinz Schnibbe.

The riveting narrative includes his friendship and resistance work with young Hubener, plus numerous chapters detailing life for Schnibbe after World War II - - his capture by Soviet soldiers, his seven years in a Siberian labor camp, and his return home to Hamburg, Germany, with eventual immigration to Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.

His scholarly co-authors, Keele and Holmes, back it up with hundreds of authoritative endnotes and dozens of original Nazi government documents they translated.

Includes a fine collection of photographs and illustrations.

(First published by University of Illinois Press in 1995, with all rights acquired by Academic Research Foundation of Provo, Utah in November 2003.)

Comments:
Onath
This is a great study of three teenage boys leading a substantive underground movement against the 3rd Reich. It's a unique view of what was happening with regular people in Germany during Hitler's time who weren't Nazis and didn't buy into the Nazi rhetoric. About kids doing the right thing against all odds...heroic and tragic. The preface compares these kids to the efforts of Manfred von Staufenberg in his attempted assassination of the Führer. This is a scholarly work brought down to a level that we can all understand. It was of particular interest to me because I lived in Germany at about the same time that Dr. Keele did which was only 20 years after WWII when memories of that period were quite fresh on the minds anyone older than about 35.

Pooker
This book is captivating and educational. I enjoyed reading the sources almost as much as the book. It shipped fast as well.

Fomand
When Truth Was Treason German Youth against Hitler The Story of the Helmuth Hubener Group Based on the Narrative of Karl-Heinz Schnibbe With Documents and Notes ,Compiled, Translated, and Edited by Blair R. Homes and Alan F. Keele (read 1 May 2016) This book tells of a teenage Mormon boy in Germany during World War II who sought to awaken his countrymen to the evil of Hitler. The book is not easy to read. There are 142 pages setting out the account of Karl-Heinz Schnibbe who was a collaborator with Helmuth Hubener. but Hubener was the originator of the scheme--to produce leaflets against Hitler. Hubener listened to British broadcasts and composed leaflets telling Germans the truth about Hitler and the war. Hubener was arrested and tried and executed. The three persons who did some distribution for him included Schnibbe and this book tells of the imprsonment of Schnibbe by the Nazis until April 1945 when he was 'liberated' by the Russians and taken to Russia and did not get back to Germany for years. .There are 72 documents, occupying 134 pages, and Notes occupying 102 pages--if one were to read the notes as one read the text one would be turning back and forth in the book continuously. I read a chapter and then read the notes for that chapter, which is not an ideal way to read notes. Some of the documents are referred to in the narrative but some are not and the documents are not arranged in the order in which they are mentioned, so reading the documents is kind of a hit and miss system. Some of what is related is of huge interest and appalling but reading of the awful conditions ot prison soon palls, so I did not find the reading interest-holding. But one is glad that despite all Schnibbe went through he survived and after the war emigrated to the United States and to Utah..

Arabella V.
The opening of the Second World War saw Germany at its height with swift victories over Poland, France and the low countries and nothing seemed to stop them. Out of this country arose several people who questioned the morality of the Nazi government and its leadership. Karl-Heinz Schnibbe narrates this story about how he and a few other German teenagers join the Helmuth Huebener to spread the word about Nazi immorality and the truth about German accomplishments during the early years of the war. As Mormons, Karl and Helmuth were disturbed about how many churches including their own were submitting everything, including their faith, to the Fuhrer.

One of their first acts against the regime was to acquire a radio and listen to forbidden broadcasts that emanated from London via the BBC. Being told that every word from the enemy was a lie, the German Ministry of the Interior issued legal rules outlawing radio listening on pain of imprisonment; distribution of foreign radio broadcasts were punishable by death. Karl and Helmuth also produced and distributed flyers which were discreetly placed in mailboxes and phone booths to tell people of the true nature of the state of the war and criticized Hitler. The content of flyers is noted in this book and includes such proclamations as "Down with Hitler-- People's Seducer, People's Corrupter, People's Traitor Down with Hitler---". Also noted in this book was information on battles of the Eastern Front which told the truth about the massive casualties suffered by the German Army.

Eventually, this group of four teenagers were caught and Helmuth was executed in early 1942 while the others were given prison sentences. After the death of Helmuth, Karl describes what happen to him and his surviving compatriots during their incarceration. Karl was released from prison and conscripted into the Army during the closing days of the war, captured by the Russians and was imprisoned for a second time, this time in a Soviet POW camp where he suffered tremendously until he was released and returned home to Hamburg in 1949.

This book is heavily footnoted and contains massive amounts of documentation from archives in Germany. This is a excellent book to read and I highly recommend this book for those who want to follow the example of four kids who questioned their government and dared to tell the truth. Five stars.

Leyl
This book is amazing. It's the best non-fiction that I've read in years; it's as chilling as an action packed fiction book. The footnotes and sources take up about a 1/3 of the book; read all of the archived documents!
I discovered this book two years ago at our local library after I saw the documentary on public TV. I've read it twice.
It's helped inspire me to remember that 1 person really can make a difference, even if our contributions are a lot less! We can't take our freedoms for granted!

Nilador
"When Truth Was Treason" gives an important look into the experience of some of the German people under the control of the Nazi State during the atrocities taking place in Germany during World War II. I especially enjoyed the added information included in the extensive footnote section at the end of the book. I appreciate the opportunity to know of the heroism of some of those who resisted the evil of Hitler. This is a moving account of a side of the history of World War II we are often completely unaware of.

Hugighma
You will find out about Nazism, but the book is about courage. FULL of documents...chilling.

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