The German Unemployed: Experiences and Consequences of Mass Unemployment from the Weimar Republic to the Third Reich

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Richard J. Evans, Dick Geary
Croom Helm, 1987 - Germany - 314 pages
How far was unemployment responsible for the triumph of the Third Reich? This collection of essays by British and German historians examines the collapse of democracy in Weimar Germany from the viewpoint of the social historian.

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