7 edition of The rise of the Nazis found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 194-203) and index.
|Series||New frontiers in history|
|LC Classifications||DD256.5 .F53 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 211 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||211|
|LC Control Number||2002019038|
Get this from a library! The rise of the Nazis. [Neil Tonge] -- Readers learn about the path to power of the Nazi dictator, Adolf Hitler. This bok describes the reprecussions of World War I, the collapse of democracy and how the Nazi domination of Germany came. The rise of the Nazis. [Charles Freeman] -- Examines the history surrounding the Nazi rise to power in Germany following World War I. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles Freeman. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number:
The rise of the Nazis. [Neil Tonge] -- Describes the rise of the Nazis to power in Germany before the start of World War II. Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Neil Tonge. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Now fully revised and reformatted, Hitler and the Rise of the Nazi Party is an indispensible guide to the history of the Nazi party between its initial electoral breakthrough in and its victory in Arguing that the Nazis owed their success as much to Hitlers charismatic Pages:
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It focuses on the incredible rise of Hitler and the Nazi party in Germany after W W I and before the outbreak of hostilities that resulted in W W II. It's an amazing, fascinating and at times an unbelievable one.
It's all here the misjudgments, the mistakes, the 4/4(). The authors allow the horror of the Nazis' goals and of the Holocaust to emerge by letting the facts speak for themselves and buttressing them with the actual words of the participants, perpetrators, and victims.
The well-selected illustrations help to raise these two books above the ordinary;Author: Charles Freeman. An interesting and informative book. The rise of Nazi Germany can be traced back to the harsh treatment the allies placed on the German people and the country as The rise of the Nazis book whole.
After the war ended it took little time for Germany, which was totally destroyed to rise from the ashes and once again become the powerhouse of /5. The Rise of the Nazis book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The question of how and why the Nazis seized power in Germany remain /5.
The fiftieth anniversary edition of the National Book Award–winning bestseller that is the definitive study of Adolf Hitler, the rise of Nazi Germany, the Holocaust, and World War II.
This special edition now features a new introduction by Ron Rosenbaum, author of Explaining Hitler and How the End by: Readers examine important world events through engaging text, authentic photos, and quotes from people who experienced these turbulent times.
The series gives an honest presentation of global crises, such as war, attempts at genocide, and manmade disasters. Each title traces history's defining moments from their roots to their inevitable outcome/5.
The Rise and Fall of Adolf Hitler by William L. Shirer is an excellent biography about Hitler. It begins when Hitler has an argument with his father. Hitler wanted to be an artist.
His father wanted him to become a government official.4/5. Beginmning with an overview of the historical context within which Nazism grew, looking at the foreign relations, politics and society of Weimar and in particular at the role of the elites in the rise of Nazism.
The book questions the anatomy of Nazism itself: What lent Nazi ideology its coherence and credibility?Cited by: Beginmning with an overview of the historical context within which Nazism grew, looking at the foreign relations, politics and society of Weimar and in particular at the role of the elites in the.
This book contains some useful information about the rise of the Nazi party in Germany, but it is little more than a narrative of pivotal events without the benefit of any substantial explanation of how or why those events came about.4/5().
The Nazi book burnings were a campaign conducted by the German Student Union (the "DSt") to ceremonially burn books in Nazi Germany and Austria in the s. The books targeted for burning were those viewed as being subversive or as representing ideologies opposed to Nazism.
The Nazi Rise to Power The Nazi Party was one of a number of right-wing extremist political groups that emerged in Germany following World War I. Beginning with the onset of the Great Depression it rose rapidly from obscurity to political prominence, becoming.
The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich earned Shirer a National Book Award and continues to be recognized as one of the most important and authoritative books /5(5). The question of how and why the Nazis seized power in Germany remains heated, and important discoveries continue to challenge long-standing assumptions.
This text takes stock of the debate and. Hitler has a reputation as the incarnation of evil. But, as British historian Michael Burleigh points out in selecting the best books on the German dictator, Hitler was a bizarre and strangely empty character who never did a proper day's work in his life, as well as a raving fantasist on to whom Germans were able to project their longings.
In party activists led a revolt and tried to seize power in Munich, but failed. Hitler was imprisoned, during which time he wrote his venomous book Mein Kampf (My Struggle), in which he expressed his ideas about racial theory and Nazi global dominion.
Hitler realized that he must employ legitimate democratic means in his struggle to seize power. THE DEATH OF DEMOCRACY Hitler’s Rise to Power and the Downfall of the Weimar Republic By Benjamin Carter Hett Illustrated.
Henry Holt & Company. $ We ask about the rise of the Nazis. The book concentrates on Hitler's unique contribution to the development of the Nazi Party and explores the key developments of the Nazi Party before Beginning with an overview of the personality and early life of Hitler the book goes on to examine: the birth of the Nazi Party and its early development Nazi ideology the organisation, propaganda and membership of the Nazi Party the growth.
This list of books by or about Adolf Hitler is an English only non-fiction bibliography. There are thousands of books written about Hitler; therefore, this is not an all inclusive list. The list has been segregated into groups to make the list more manageable. 1 Written by Hitler. 2 Hitler's speeches.
3 Biographies of Hitler. Now fully revised and reformatted, Hitler and the Rise of the Nazi Party is an indispensible guide to the history of the Nazi party between its initial electoral breakthrough in and its victory in.
The Beer Hall Putsch in November and the later release of his book Mein Kampf (My Struggle) expanded Hitler's audience. In the mids, the party engaged in electoral battles in which Hitler participated as a speaker and organizer, [a] as well as in street battles and violence between the Rotfrontkämpferbund and the Nazis' Sturmabteilung (SA).After the rise of the books, many men's magazines followed up with the same content.
Real Men published a Nazi-themed cover and story in Real Men followed up in with a similar cover with the featured story, "Inside the Nazi Death Chambers." "The Underground Army of Red Recruiters.Get this from a library! The rise of the Nazis. [Hal Marcovitz] -- At the end of World War I Germany was in chaos: unemployment, poverty and homelessness afflicted the country that had been defeated in the war.
A desperate people were willing to follow any leader.