If the Germans are famous for one quality, it is efficiency. Yet the Nazi administration of Germany during the 1930s was characterized by radical chaos.
Did You Know?
In the "Chaos and Consent" segment about Ilse Sonja Totzke, it is stated that she was imprisoned in Ravensbrück concentration camp, "where she died". In fact, she did not die in the camp, and was rescued from there by the Swedish Red Cross in April 1945. She died in France in 1987. A street in the Keesburg district of Würzburg was named in her honour on what would have been the 100th anniversary of her birth on 4 August 1913. See more