Public Libraries in Nazi Germany
368 Pages, 6.00 x 9.00 x 1.10 in
- Published: April 2005
"Margaret F. Stieg's thoroughly researched study, the first comprehensive examination of public libraries in Nazi Germany, reveals that library policy in the Third Reich was far more complex than we might assume, with the positive and the negative hopelessly entangled. . . . A solid and welcome contribution."
—American Historical Review