All structures and activities of any government are ultimately about one and only one thing – making their citizens happy. In other words, making happy the daily lives of their citizens. And I will prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the Nazi Germany was very successful in this respect (by law, only Germans by blood could be German citizens).
To do that, in chapter eight I will present, analyze and discuss (as usual, in reasonable detail) the daily life of residents (not only German citizens) in Nazi Germany.
The elites, the middle class and the poor; the urban and rural population; workers and managers; men and women; families, parents and children; in peacetime and in wartime (the latter will obviously include the description and analysis of the food rationing system and the black market among other issues).