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[Ed. note: three contributions follow.] 1) Submitted by: Deanne Schultz <schultz[at]mala.ca> Hans Fallada, Little Man, What Now? 2) Submitted by: Jeff Wilson <jkwilson[at]uno.edu> Hans Fallada's _Kleiner Man, Was Nun?_ (1932), is set largely in Berlin against the backdrop of the great depression, and at least one of the (minor) characters is a Nazi. 3) Submitted by: Jan Gross <janjossgross[at]yahoo.de> Hi, maybe Kästner's "Fabian" could be of interest, though the only appearance of a Nazi is in a short brawl with a communist which the protagonists happen to witness. It is a very good book, though, worth reading anyway. Another highly recommendable title is Ernst von Salomon's "Die Geaechteten", though wholly without the desired Nazis, only right-wing / conservative terrorists and Freikorps-fighters, but also set mostly in Berlin.