The Nazi Machtergreifung (Routledge Library Editions: Nazi Germany and the Holocaust)
By: Peter D. Stachura (editor)Hardback
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This book analyses some of the fundamental reasons for the triumph of National Socialism in 1933. Written in 1983 by historians at Canadian, American and British universities, it provides a clear and balanced historiographical perspective of the dynamics of socio-political mobilization which helped make the Machtergreifung possible. The relationship during the Weimar republic between the Nazi Party and various social groups constitutes a major element in the book, as do the attitudes towards Hitler displayed by a number of influential institutions. The Nazis' successful mobilization of popular support before 1933 is illustrated through the impact of foreign policy and ideology/propaganda on the Germans.
1. Introduction: Weimar, National Socialism and Historians Peter D. Stachura 2. The Nazis, the Bourgeoisie and the Workers during the Kampfzeit Peter D. Stachura 3. National Socialism and Women Before 1933 Jill Stephenson 4. National Socialism and the Educated Elite in the Weimar Republic Geoffrey J. Giles 5. German Youth, the Youth Movement and National Socialism in the Weimar Republic Peter D. Stachura 6. The Industrial Elite and the Nazis in the Weimar Republic Dick Geary 7. Etudes in Political History: Reichswehr, NSDAP, and the Seizure of Power Michael Geyer 8. National Socialism and the Christian Churches during the Weimar Republic John S. Conway 9. National Socialism and Foreign Policy 1919-33 John Hiden 10. Ideology, Propaganda and the Rise of the Nazi Party Ian Kershaw.
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