Andrey (azangru) wrote,
Andrey
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In the months following Hitler's ascension to chancellor, the German writers who were not outright Nazis had quickly divided into two camps: those who believed it was immoral to remain in Germany, and those who felt the best strategy was to stay put, recede as much as possible from the world, and wait for the collapse of the Hitler regime. The latter approach became known as "inner emigration".

— Eric Larson, In the Garden of Beasts



Wow, I thought the phrase "inner emigration" was an invention of Soviet dissidents, but no.
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