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The Third Reich and its rulers
The political development of Germany up to
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able accepted activities Allies amongst army attitude authoritarian authoritarian government Bavarian People's Party became Briining Cabinet Centre Party certainly Chancellor circles Civil Servants classes clique co-operation common Communist complete conscription considered Constitution created decisive decree democracies Ebert economic election equally existence fact Field-Marshal force foreign policy Fuehrer fundamental German Democrats German disease German nation German People's Party German Reich Germany's Gleichschaltung Goebbels Goering Herr Hindenburg Hitler Hugenberg Hugo Preuss importance influence internal lack leaders majority matter ment mentality merely military Minister National Socialism National Socialist Nazi Nazism never Obrigkeitsstaat officers old Prussian opinion organization Papen Parliament parliamentary peace political development position possible President propaganda proved realized reason reforms regime Reichstag remained Republic result Right opposition rule rulers Schacht Schleicher self-organization situation Social Democrats thing Third Reich tion trade unions Treaty Treaty of Versailles understanding unpolitical Versailles victorious voted workers Young Plan