The story of how Adolf Hitler created his 'Führer dictatorship' -- consistently and ruthlessly destroying everything that stood in his way, and with with terrifying and almost limitless power over the German people.
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"What paths did true believers take to Nazism? Why did they join what was initially a small, extremist, and often violent movement on the fringes of German politics? When the party began its election campaigning after 1925, why did people vote for it only grudgingly, though in the Great Depression years, make it the largest in the country? Even then, many millions withheld their support, as they would, if covertly, in the Third Reich. Were the recruits simply converted by hearing a spell-binding Hitler speech? Or did they find their own way to National Socialism? How was this all-embracing theory applied in the Third Reich after 1933 and into the catastrophic war years? To what extent did people internalize or consume the doctrine of National Socialism, or reject it? In the first half of the book I examine how ordinary people became Nazis, or at least supported the party and voted for it in elections down to 1933. We need to remember, that Hitler squeaked into power with the help of those in positions of power who wanted to get rid of democracy, "forever." Into the Third Reich I trace how the regime applied its teachings to major domestic and foreign political events, racial persecution, and cultural developments, including in art and architecture, and how people reacted or behaved in that context. This story begins with a focus on Hitler. Like millions of others after Germany's lost war, he was psychologically adrift, searching for answers, and some kind of political salvation. How did he find the tiny fringe group, the German Workers' Party (DAP), that he and a few others transformed in 1920 into the imposing-sounding National Socialist German Workers' Party (NSDAP), or Nazi Party? Insofar as Hitler had fixed ideas at the end of the Great War in 1918, high on the list was nationalism, in spite of the aspersions cast against it by mutinous sailors and rebellious soldiers tired of the fighting. Some aspects of what became his doctrine or ideology, stemmed from the c
Robert F. Sibert Award-winner Susan Campbell Bartoletti explores the riveting and often chilling story of Germany's powerful Hitler Youth groups.
Resume of German resistance to Hitler, which culminated in the assassination attempt of July 20, 1944.
An account of the experiences of the "Mischlinge" (half-Jews, and Jews in mixed marriages) under the Nazi regime, in Germany and in occupied Europe. Many of them were able to survive the Holocaust as a result of loopholes in the racial laws. Ch. 9 (pp. 185-206) emphasizes the phenomenon of "antisemitic Jews" who justified or assisted Nazi persecution of their own people - e.g. the Verband Nationaldeutscher Juden.
'A most valuable contribution to our undertsanding of one of the key events of the century. Professor Turner has provided by far the most detailed analysis yet of these events, and he eneables us to follow every twist and turn of the plot with admirable clarity. Above all he presents us with a shrewd and judicious assessment of the roles of the various characters involved and of their respnosibility for the catastrophic outcome' TLS 'Racy, but deeply serious…the story reads like a thriller, full of clandestine meetings and backstairs intrigue, in which a handful of individuals engaged in high politics, not impersonal forces, bring about the catastrophe' The Times
Dr. Bruce Starkman, chief ER resident at Chicago's Cook County Hospital, is plucked from total immersion in his profession by the mysterious death of his Uncle Max. It's only when Bruce finds his uncle's hidden journal detailing Max's ordeal some fifty years before in Theresienstadt concentration camp that the situation begins to make sense. Deciphering clues his uncle left behind, he has to decide whether to seek the truth about something from the past, or move forward with his medical career. The young physician soon realizes a worldwide Nazi resurgence is imminent unless he can find and destroy a secret document written by Nazi leaders and concealed in a silver box, which his uncle hid in 1945. This forces Bruce to reevaluate his priorities and start his own search for the elusive box. The search takes Bruce and Miriam, an aggressive, attractive Israeli woman with military training to Paris and the Czech Republic, while being pursued and attacked by groups of vicious neo-Nazis. Can Bruce cross over from a healer to a person of violence? The world's future may depend on it. Written with an eye for detail and a dramatic sense of timing, Allen Malnak's Hitler's Silver Box is the kind of story that grabs its readers by the collar and tells them to hold on tight.
An English and German Version In Englischer und Deutscher Sprache This is the story of a young girl's experience during WWII in Germany. It tells about the devotion to Hitler. It describes the life as a member of the Hitler Youth; what happened when WWII started, with the never-ending bombardments by the US and British bombers and the destruction of her home, school and town. It tells of the many killings, the horror, fear and despair. The constant struggle after the war to survive without food, when the French forces occupied the city. The big disappointment in Hitler who promised a great future for Germany, but took the loyalty of the German people and led them into endless, hopeless wars. He would not let anyone or anything stop him from invading other countries and killing millions of innocent people. The story is accompanied with photos of Hitler and photos to show the destruction and death of a city. Diese Geschichte erzählt von den Erfahrungen eines jungen deutschen Mädchens im 2. Weltkrieg. Sie erzählt von der Verehrung Hitlers, ihre Begeisterung in der Hitlerjugend und vom Beginn des 2. Weltkrieges. Die nie enden wollenden Luftangriffe von amerikanischen und britischen Bombern und der Zerstörung ihres Hauses, der Schule und der Stadt - von Tod, Horror, Furcht und Hoffnungslosigkeit. Nach Kriegsende dem Kampf um Nahrung während der französischen Besatzungszeit. Die große Enttäuschung über Hitler, der Deutschland eine große Zukunft versprach, aber der Bevölkerung die Loyalität nahm und sie dafür in einen end- und hoffnungslosen Krieg schickte. Man konnte ihn nicht aufhalten andere Länder anzugreifen und dabei Millionen unschuldige Menschen töten.
Redlich draws upon Hitler's medical records to show what transformed the dictator from an aimless, friendless, and vaguely resentful youth into the most destructive force of the 20th century. 22 illustrations.
Christian Discipleship Vs Hitler s Dictatorship Commemorating Dietrich Bonhoeffer Man of God Under the Third Reich
- Author : Andrea Tam
- Publisher : GRIN Verlag
- Release Date : 2008-01
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 28
- ISBN : 9783638895590
Essay from the year 2005 in the subject History Europe - Germany - National Socialism, World War II, course: Gedenkrede am Massachusetts Institut of Technology, 8 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: This paper has been given in April 2005 at MIT to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Dietrich Bonhoeffer's death. Providing basic historical background information and quoting documents - some of which are not well-known in the English speaking world - it attempts to show what it meant for Bonhoeffer to be a disciple of Christ under the Third Reich.
A dual biography told in the context of Berlin-Moscow relations tells how the two similar men temporarily took total command of the historical forces swirling around them. 50,000 first printing. 50,000 ad/promo. History Bk Club Main.
Summarizes recent research and refers to primary sources, with the intention to counter over-simplified views of the monolithic totalitarian Nazi state. Ch. 9 (pp. 183-202), "The Persecution of the Jews in Germany and Foreign Lands, " sketches the history of antisemitism (particularly in Germany), describing the transition from religious to racial antisemitism and the increase in antisemitism after World War I. Surveys Nazi anti-Jewish policy after 1933 and the Final Solution. In reference to the "historians' debate, " concludes that whereas the functionalist theory may explain other aspects of the Nazi state, "in antisemitic policy documentary evidence leads us back to intentionalism."
Søgeord: Siebken, Bernhard; Schnabel, Dietrich; Rüger, Werner; Parry, Richard; Meyer, Kurt; Genve-konventionerne; War Crimes; Worhoudt-massakren; Malmedy; Massehenrettelser
The original cadre of the later Waffen-SS was formed in March 1933 as the "SS Headquarters Guard Berlin." From the first 117 volunteers emerged more than fifty senior SS officers, all of whom received high decorations for bravery in the 38 Waffen-SS divisions that were formed later.