Hitler and Nazi Germany

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Taylor & Francis, Jun 18, 1998 - History - 144 pages
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Hitler and Nazi Germany details the major themes of Hitler's rise to power, beginning with the formation of the Nazi movement and the forerunners to the Nazi Party. The book goes on to document the establishment of dictatorship, foreign policy, the Nazi economy and the use of propaganda.

With indispensable analysis of the nature of National Socialism, this concise guide addresses the issues essential to the understanding of this topic, including the issue of race and the Holocaust.

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Lee is of Bromsgrove School.

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