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63 Wittenberge reversed its decision, but this did little to alter the course of events. S. aircraft and Russian artillery. Knowing full well that Germany had inflicted nowhere near the suffering on the Americans as it had on the Russians, many Perlebergers hoped for liberation by the American side. The anti-tank ditches that had been dug through the center of town and out into the asparagus fields by teenagers and older men of Hitler’s Volksturm went for naught as the “Cossacks,” as local residents referred to Soviet soldiers, entered the city on May 2, 1945.

15 DISTRICTS GRANSEE AND PERLEBERG UNDER THE NAZIS | 23 In the elections of March 5, 1933, the Nazi party gained 44 percent of the German vote. Although this was the best result it had ever achieved, the results were nonetheless somewhat disappointing for the Nazis, who theoretically still needed their coalition partner, the Deutsche Nationale Volkspartei, to control the Reichstag even though the Nazis had done their level best through intimidation and wanton arrests to control the electoral outcome.

More than 8,000 refugees perished in the frigid waters of the Baltic, the second worst maritime disaster in history and one that took five times as many lives as the Titanic tragedy. Günter Grass’s novel Crab Walk masterfully recounts how the Gustloff has become the cause célèbre of the Far Right, since historians in their unwillingness to address German suffering have neglected the topic. Gransee was flooded with refugees, many of them in need of serious medical attention, having made the long trek from East Prussia.

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