Hitler's Social Revolution: Class and Status in Nazi Germany, 1933-1939

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W. W. Norton & Company, 1997 - History - 324 pages
Beginning with Germany's social situation after World War I, David Schoenbaum shows how Hitler improvised a program that apparently offered something to everyone--above all, the mirage of a classless society.
 

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Contents

The Third Reich and Its Social Promises
1
The Third Reich and Its Social Ideology
43
The Third Reich and Labor
73
The Third Reich and Business
113
The Third Reich and Agriculture
152
The Third Reich and Women
178
The Third Reich and the State
193
The Third Reich and Social Opportunity
234
The Third Reich and Society
275
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David Schoenbaum , a professional historian and lifelong amateur violinist, has written for the New York Times , the Washington Post , The Economist , and many other publications. His previous books include Hitler's Social Revolution and The United States and the State of Israel .

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