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Hitler and the collapse of Weimar Germany

Author: Martin Broszat
Publisher: Leamington Spa ; New York : Berg : Distributed exclusively in the US by St. Martin's Press, ©1987.
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Broszat, Martin.
Hitler and the collapse of Weimar Germany.
Leamington Spa ; New York : Berg : Distributed exclusively in the US by St. Martin's Press, c1987
(OCoLC)570926146
Online version:
Broszat, Martin.
Hitler and the collapse of Weimar Germany.
Leamington Spa ; New York : Berg : Distributed exclusively in the US by St. Martin's Press, c1987
(OCoLC)577109775
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Broszat
ISBN: 0854965092 9780854965090 0854965173 9780854965175
OCLC Number: 14587912
Language Note: Translation of: Die Machtergreifung.
Notes: Translation of: Die Machtergreifung.
Description: ix, 157 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Hitler and the Nazi party in Munich, 1919-1923/4 --
Berlin in the autumn of 1930. Economic crisis and political radicalisation ; Goebbel's struggle for Berlin: methods, crises, contradictions ; The Prussian government and police as the main opponents ; The boycott of Remarque's film All quiet on the western front --
National socialism and the Weimar Republic. The historical preconditions of national socialism ; Hitler and the NSDAP during the period of stabilization 1924-1928 ; The Nazi party as a mass movement in the political and economic crisis of 1929-1933 --
The process of the Nazi assumption of power. The Brüning era ; The final phase and the destruction of the republic under Papen --
The final stages of Hitler's rise to the chancellorship. The meeting of 4 January 1933 ; THe mobilisation of the Reichslandbund ; Heroic activity at Ribbentrop's House ; The removal of last-minute qualms ; Postscript.
Other Titles: Machtergreifung.
Responsibility: Martin Broszat ; translated and with a foreword by V.R. Berghahn.
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