Table of contents for Confront! : resistance in Nazi Germany / edited by John J. Michalczyk.

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List of Illustrations	ix
Foreword	xiii
John J. Michalczyk
Opening Remarks-Historical Memory: A Continuing of Resistance?	1
James Bernauer, S.J.
Confronting Resistance in Nazi Germany: An Overview	5
Paul Bookbinder
Christianity in the Third Reich: Adaptation and Resistance	11
Donald Dietrich
The Cost of Spiritual Resistance: Jehovah's Witnesses 
during the Nazi Era	23
James Pellechia
One Person's Account of Spiritual Resistance	53
Rudolf Graichen
Conscience, Honor and Expediency: The German Army's 
Resistance to Hitler	63
Dennis Showalter
The Nazis Must Go, the Tyrants Must Die-1938	81
Paul Bookbinder
The German Resistance and the Jews	105
Peter Hoffmann
 "You See It Too Simply." Freya von Molkte Looks
Back on the Kreisau Circle	127
Rachel Freudenburg, with Andreas Thomas, 
Jenny Gesuladlo and Priscilla Loh
The Red Orchestra and Cato Bontjes Van Beek	151
Ina Friedman
Rosenstrasse: Civil Courage of Ordinary Persons in Nazi Germany	163
Nathan Stolzfus
The White Rose: A Commitment	191
George Wittenstein
The White Rose Student Movement in Germany: Its 
History and Relevance Today	211
John J. Michalczyk, Frans Joseph Mueller
The Struggle Continues: Hate Crime in Germany Today	221
Anna E. Rosmus
Bibliography	239
List of Contributors	249

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Anti-Nazi movement Germany, Germany History 1933-1945, World War, 1939-1945 Underground movements