1st Edition

The Shaping of the Nazi State (RLE Nazi Germany & Holocaust)

Edited By

Peter D. Stachura

ISBN 9781138803770
Published October 12, 2016 by Routledge
306 Pages

USD $46.95

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Book Description

Representing the scholarship of historians who have largely based their findings on previously unpublished material, this volume (originally published in 1978) provides a critical and provocative assessment of many established opinions on significant themes related to the dramatic rise and development of Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Movement. The volume discusses among other things:

  • The development of Hitler’s foreign policy ideas
  • The contributions of Gottfried Feder and Gregor Strasser to the successful growth of the Nazi party
  • The social composition of the Stormtroopers
  • The bureaucratic structure of the Third Reich
  • The character and scope of resistance within Germany to the regime

Table of Contents

Introduction Peter D. Stachura 1. The Evolution of Hitler’s Ideas on Foreign Policy, 1919-1925 Geoffrey Stoakes 2. Gottfried Feder and the NSDAP Albrecht Tyrell 3. ‘Der Fall Strasser’: Gregor Strasser, Hitler, and National Socialism 1930-1932 Peter D. Stachura 4. The Occupational Background of the SA’s Rank and File Membership During the Depression Years, 1929 to mid-1934 Conan J. Fischer 5. The Rise of the National Socialist Students’ Association and the Failure of Political Education in the Third Reich Geoffrey J. Giles 6. The Nazi Organisation of Women 1933-39 Jill Stephenson 7. The Oldenburg Crucifix Struggle of November 1936: A Case Study of Opposition in the Third Reich Jeremy Noakes 8. Bureaucracy, Politics and the National Socialist State Jane Caplan 9. The German Film Industry and the New Order Marcus S. Phillips

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