Hitler Youth: Growing Up in Hitler's Shadow

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Hitler Youth: Growing up in Hitler's Shadow is a non-fiction children's book written by Susan Campbell Bartoletti, and published in 2005. It received the Newbery Honor medal in 2006.[1]

The book is a study of the Hitler Youth, a paramilitary organization of children dedicated to furthering the aims of the Third Reich, and is organized around interviews with 12 former members and their experiences in the organization.

One episode of the book is fleshed out into her novel The Boy Who Dared, about Helmuth Hübener, the youngest person to be sentenced to death by the Nazis during World War II.[2]


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