Rüdiger Barth + Hauke Friederichs

Die Totengräber

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ISBN: 978-3-10-490545-7


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The last ten weeks of the Weimar Republic, told day by day – a history book that reads like a political thriller

The Weimar Republic is teetering. The economy is in ruins. Street battles rage between left- and rightwingers. In the next few weeks, a handful of men will decide Germany’s fate. Hitler is hungry for absolute power, and Goebbels spews fire and brimstone; Chancellor von Papen refuses to resign, while von Schleicher saws away at the branch the chancellor is sitting on. All of them are currying favour with Hindenburg. A dramatic struggle for power ensues, rife with feints, lies, fighting and deception.
The historians Rüdiger Barth and Hauke Friederichs have drawn on diaries, letters and files to paint a colourful, multilayered portrait of a period that seems eerily familiar but was by no means fated to plunge Germany into the abyss.

About Rüdiger Barth + Hauke Friederichs

Rüdiger Barth, born in 1972 in Saarbrücken, studied contemporary history and general rhetoric in Tübingen. He works as a freelance author in Hamburg.

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Rüdiger Barth
(c) Arne Mayntz

Hauke Friederichs, born in 1980 in Hamburg, earned his PhD in economics and social history at the University of Hamburg. He writes for P.M.History, Die Zeit and Geo Epoche.

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Hauke Friederichs
(c) Arne Mayntz

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Die Totengräber
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