Polychronicon 171: Policing in Nazi Germany

Teaching History feature

By Claire M. Hubbard-Hall, published 28th June 2018

How did the Gestapo actually function?

The nature of policing in Nazi Germany is a subject which continues to fascinate historians. The Gestapo (Geheime Staatspolizei) was an integral part of the Nazi terror system but historians have been and still are at odds as to how it actually functioned. Areas of debate have focused on the Gestapo’s relationship with German society, its size, and everyday operations.

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