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Schröder Lecture - Killing Hitler: German Resistance Before and After the July Plot

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Open lecture - non-University members welcome

German intellectuals, and to a lesser degree the German public, have long had an ambiguous relationship with the German resistance. The resisters have been seen as traitors; as the heroes of the Federal Republic; and as reactionaries who could teach that Republic nothing. Randall Hansen explores German attempts to block Hitler, arguing that those who resisted and disobeyed left two legacies: they provided Germany with a moral framework for post-war life, and they helped ensure that there was a Germany that could be physically, economically, and morally rebuilt.

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