• January 2016

      Anna Haag and her Secret Diary of the Second World War

      A Democratic German Feminist’s Response to the Catastrophe of National Socialism

      by Edward Timms

      How was it possible for a well-educated nation to support a regime that made it a crime to think for yourself? This was the key question for the Stuttgart-based author Anna Haag (1888–1982), the democratic feminist whose anti-Nazi diaries are analysed in

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