Objects & Places from I Will Bear Witness: A Diary of the Nazi Years, 1933-1941

Victor Klemperer
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The House in Dölzschen - The author and his wife spend most of their money on this.

Iduna - This is the name of a large insurance company.

Klemperer's Memoirs or Memories (Curriculum Vitae) - This is the title given to the published version of the author's personal memoirs.

LTI or Lingua tertii imperii

- This is the title of the author's treatise on the jargon, or special language, used by Hitler's government.

The Eighteenth Century - This book, written by the author of I Will Bear Witness, is an analysis of French literature.

The Nuremberg Laws - These were used by the Nazis to 'scientifically' establish one's race (either Aryan, Jewish, or mixed) and allowed for purposeful discrimination based solely a person's classification.

Anschluss (Anschluss Österreich) - This is the name given to the 1938 annexation of Austria into 'Greater Germany' by the Nazi regime.

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