Hitler and Nazi Germany

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  • Edition: 4th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 01/01/2001
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Newer Edition

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Providing a clear, straightforward, and complete history-both thematic and chronological-of the rise of Hitler and the Nazi Party, author Jackson J. Spielvogel places the emergence of Hitler and the Third Reich within the social, economic, and political contexts that made it all possible. Topics examined are the cultural and social aspects of the Nazi regime, including sections on art and literature, family and population policy, and sex and morals. Also provided is an in-depth view of the Holocaust anti-Semitism in Germany, Hitler's personal racial ideology and vision of Aryan purity, the mechanisms of terror and control, and the Jewish perspective on these events. New to the Fifth Edition: Material on the political scene in Weimar Germany Hitler's early life The role of Gregor Strasser in rebuilding the Nazi Party Material on Darre and "Blood and Soil" The SS and the military between 1933 and 1939

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