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The Führer

Author: Konrad Heiden; Ralph Manheim
Publisher: New York : Carroll & Graf, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st Carroll & Graf edView all editions and formats
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Konrad Heiden's penetrating, firsthand portrayal of Hitler's developing career and the Nazi's consolidation of power remains as incisive and compelling as it was when first published at the height of the Second World War. As a German citizen, Heiden watched Hitler grow from a small-time demagogue and failed revolutionary to a dangerously influential politician and finally dictator in total control of his party and
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Adolf Hitler; Adolf Hitler
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Konrad Heiden; Ralph Manheim
ISBN: 078670683X 9780786706839
OCLC Number: 42728712
Description: 614 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Introduction / Richard Overy --
The Protocols of the Wise Men of Zion --
The Armed Intellectuals --
'He Is Both Terrible and Banal' --
Hitler Finds His Home --
The Burning Heavens are Reflected in a Mud Puddle --
'Aryans of All Nations, Unite' --
The Death of Money --
War in the Ruhr --
The Beer Hall Putsch --
Interlude --
The Age of Gold --
'Few Flames Burn in Germany' --
'The Uprooted and Disinherited' --
First Triumph --
'The Unhappiest of All Men' --
'Adolphe Legalite' --
'Now I Have Them in My Pocket!' --
Defeat --
Hindenburg's Stick --
The Race with Catastrophe --
Chancellor at Last --
The Reichstag Fire --
Coup d'Etat by Installments --
Conquest by Peace --
Hitler versus National Socialism --
Other People's Money --
'France Is to Blame' --
The Blood Purge.
Other Titles: Führer.
Responsibility: by Konrad Heiden ; translated by Ralph Manheim.
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Konrad Heiden's penetrating, firsthand portrayal of Hitler's developing career and the Nazi's consolidation of power remains as incisive and compelling as it was when first published at the height of the Second World War. As a German citizen, Heiden watched Hitler grow from a small-time demagogue and failed revolutionary to a dangerously influential politician and finally dictator in total control of his party and eventually Germany. Starting with Hitler's unpromising youth and first political missteps, Heiden concludes with a gripping account of the "blood purge" of June 1934, in which Hitler executed his potential rivals in the Nazi Party and confirmed his monstrous vision for Germany.

This striking narrative of the great German dictator's rise also illuminates the national character of the German people - those people who committed the crimes that aided the Fuhrer and those who allowed them to be committed.

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