Political Violence Under the Swastika: 581 Early Nazis

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Princeton University Press, 1975 - Germany - 735 pages
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Going to the active core of the Nazi revolt, this exciting psychological, sociological, and behavioral study is based on unique autobiographical stones supplied by over 500 pre-1933 rank-and-file Nazis. Peter Merkl's findings form the basis for a richer understanding of the political motivation of all extremist movements.

Originally published in 1975.

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About the author (1975)

Peter H. Merkl is Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara, author of many books, including Origins of the West German Republic (1963) and Political Violence under the Swastika ( 1975), and editor of many others, including Developments in West German Politics (1992) and The Federal Republic at Forty (1989).

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