A somber look at ordinary people's lives in Germany during the Nazi Era of 1933 to 1945. It has been said often that 'without an understanding of history, we are doomed to repeat it'. Some of the more astute readers will see parallels in our society today; arrests without warrants or even cause, wiretapping, loss of habeas corpus, the loss of the right to petition government, the loss of the right to peaceable assembly.
This is a stark message of how an entire country was suborned, it's values made obscenely worthless and all because most of its citizens just wanted peace, safety and their family warm and fed. It should be a chilling reminder of how tenuous our hold is on our shared values.