Bernhard Lichtenberg: Roman Catholic Priest and Martyr of the Nazi Regime cover image

Bernhard Lichtenberg: Roman Catholic Priest and Martyr of the Nazi Regime

By Brenda L. Gaydosh
pdf
Format
2017
Year
English
Language
Lexington Books
Publisher

Summary

Bernhard Lichtenberg: Roman Catholic Priest and Martyr of the Nazi Regime is the definitive English biography of the martyred Nazi-era Berlin provost, Bernhard Lichtenberg. This work presents a broad overview of Bernhard Lichtenberg's life (1875-1943) in the context of history. It discusses the areas of his life that had the greatest impact on how he dealt with situations during the Second Empire, the Weimar Republic, and the Third Reich, and it gives a detailed account of his resistance to the Nazis and his imprisonment and death. Appendices present a wealth of primary sources on Lichtenberg's life, including a collection of his letters from prison which have not previously been made available in English.

Related books


Others
Bernhard Riemann Collected Papers
Riemann, Bernhard
Others
Thomas Bernhard. Un incontro
Thomas Bernhard, Krista Fleischmann
Others
Bernhard Heisig and the Fight for Modern Art in East Germany
April A Eisman
Others
Hebrew Life and Literature: Selected Essays of Bernhard Lang
Bernhard Lang
Others
Bernhard Lichtenberg: Roman Catholic Priest and Martyr of the Nazi Regime
Brenda L. Gaydosh
History
Jews and Christians in Medieval Europe: The historiographical legacy of Bernhard Blumenkranz
Philippe Buc, Martha Keil, John Victor Tolan