Routledge Library Editions: Nazi Germany and the Holocaust
This set of 10 volumes, originally published between 1978 and 1991 and authored by some of the most renowned international scholars in the history of Nazi Germany, represent years of painstaking research, often from sources which, even with the advent of the internet, remain inaccessible. They cover: The reasons for the triumph of the Nazi Party in 1933, Business in Nazi Germany, The sociology of the Nazi movement, The structure of the Third Reich, The contribution of major figures such as Gregor Strasser to the success of the Nazi Party, Propaganda in the Third Reich, The German Navy and The Policies of Genocide.
Table of Contents
1. The Formation of the Nazi constituency, 1919-1933 2. Stormtroopers : a social, economic and ideological analysis, 1929-35 3. Industry and politics in the Third Reich : Ruhr coal, Hitler and Europe 4. The Policies of genocide : Jews and Soviet prisoners of war in Nazi Germany 5. Hitler's followers : studies in the sociology of the Nazi movement 6. Gregor Strasser and the rise of Nazism 7. The Nazi Machtergreifung 8. The shaping of the Nazi state 9. The German Navy in the Nazi era 10. Nazi propaganda : the power and the limitations
Multivolume collection by leading authors in the field