Big Brother is Watching
A substantial number of Germans (nearly seventeen million people) had not voted for the National Socialist (Nazi) Party in 1933. These people were a constant thorn in Hitler’s back. To deal with them, a policy of intimidation, developed and administered by the Gestapo, came into existence. Local police in each locality across Germany were ordered by the Gestapo to draw-up a list (and keep it current) of suspected enemies of the state.
With no limit placed on state security in Germany, it had, for the most part, u...