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Why Hitler? : the genesis of the Nazi Reich

Author: Samuel W Mitcham
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 1996
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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How did an Austrian tramp named Adolf Hitler become Germany's chancellor, in a position to launch the most infamous reign of terror experienced in the 20th century? The book shows the Germany of the  Read more...

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Named Person: Adolf Hitler
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel W Mitcham
ISBN: 0275954854 9780275954857
OCLC Number: 476365302
Description: 205 s. : illustrations
Contents: Introduction The Fall of the Second Reich The Friekorps and the War After the War The Treaty of Versailles Enter Adolf Hitler Street Violence and Inflation The Beer Hall Putsch Political Stability and the Nazi Party's Slow Growth Period, 1924-1929 The Great Depression and Political Chaos The Suicide of Geli Raubal Continuous Electioneering and "Cattle Trading" Hitler Achieves His Goal Bibliography Index
Responsibility: Samuel W. Mitcham, Jr
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"[A] short, well-written, thoughtful account of why and how HItler and the Nazis could have come to power in a Western democracy such as Germany...Beginning with the end of World War I, [Mitcham] Read more...

 
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