The Third Reich 1919-1939: The Nazis' Rise to Power

by Rawson, Andrew
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ISBN: 9780752455709

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A comprehensive single volume handbook covers the Nazis rise to power in Germany, complete with photographs from Heinrich Hoffman, Hitler's personal photographer The rise of Hitler's Nazi Party is one of the defining aspects of the 20th century. The manner in which National Socialist ideologies took over life in Germany is difficult to comprehend more than 75 years later. This fully illustrated book is a single-volume encyclopedia on all aspects of this important period in modern history. It starts with a shattered postwar Germany and charts the violent political tactics used by the Nazis to seize political control in 1933. The subsequent consolidation of power and brutal suppression of opponents followed as they took over all areas of society, introducing a new festival calendar to celebrate their takeover. The various military, political, and youth organizations are considered, the Nazis warped methods for maintaining law and order, and their use of the press and propaganda to control the people and introduce their racial ideals. Chapters also cover art, culture, education, the economy, and the leaders themselves.
  • Format: Trade Paperback
  • Author: Rawson, Andrew
  • ISBN: 9780752455709
  • Condition: Used
  • Dimensions: 10.20 x 0.70
  • Number Of Pages: 320
  • Publication Year: 2011

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