GERMANY: Not in Vain

It was not much that the students did. Most of them were reared under Hitler's National Socialism, drilled in its rituals, supposedly imbued with its doctrines. But something went wrong. In once-famed, once-liberal University of Munich there was unrest in the corridors and ugly whisperings in the nearby beer halls. When a high Nazi official addressed the students they stamped their feet in a chorus of disapproval. As last they shouted "gemig" (enough), walked out en masse.

Munich's Gauleiter, Herr Giesler, put his spies to work and arrested three "ringleaders," Hans and...

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