It is two and a half years since the National Socialist Underground (NSU) was exposed and the public learned that for years, right-wing extremists had for been able to travel around the country and commit murder unchallenged by the security authorities. Yet the subsequent surprise, shock and outrage have largely subsided. Stefan Aust and Dirk Laabs want to change that through their book Heimatschutz
. (…) Aust, former editor-in-chief of Der Spiegel
magazine and chronicler of left-wing terrorism in the Federal Republic (Der Baader-Meinhof-Komplex
– The Baader-Meinhof Complex) collaborates with co-author Laabs (…) to present the history of the NSU on nearly 900 pages, but also the government scandals connected with it.More ...