The Nazi Seizure of Power

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Franklin Watts, 1965 - 345 pages

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This was one of several books read in a college level European History course. It was, and remains, an eye-opener. Few books on the war will show you how the Nazi machine took over Germany. The author ... Read full review

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An amazing book that details how the NSDAP gained the trust of the German bourgeoisie and got Hitler elected. It's a very disquieting cautionary tale. I first read it for a history class in the late 1970s when this possibility seemed so far away. I wish there were an ebook available since it deserves much wider dissemination, especially among young people. 

Contents

THE SETTING
3
THE ANATOMY OF THE TOWN
10
ENTER THE NAZIS
23
Copyright

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