Faced with a political movement that was effectively unparalleled many observers found it extremely difficult to work out exactly what kind of regime they were dealing with: whose interests did it serve? First published in 1934, The Nazi Dictatorship argues both that the Nazi regime represented a clear break from pre-War ‘Prussian militarism’ and that it was not a passing fad. It describes a ‘State of Monopoly Capitalism’ in which large scale industrial and financial interests are paramount.
Table of Contents
1. The German Revolution of 1918 2. The Weimer Republic 3. The Crisis 4. The Organisation of the National Socialist Party 5. The Theory of National Socialism 6. Hitler is Inducted to Power 7. The Vision of the Corporate State 8. Hitler Takes Over Power 9. The Economic Structure of the National-Socialist State 10. The Organisation of Social Life 11. The Present Situation Index