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The house that Hitler built.

Author: Stephen H Roberts; Mazal Holocaust Collection.
Publisher: New York London, Harper & Brothers, 1938.
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Roberts, Stephen Henry, Sir, 1901-
House that Hitler built.
New York London, Harper & Bros., 1938
(OCoLC)557871448
Online version:
Roberts, Stephen Henry, Sir, 1901-
House that Hitler built.
New York London, Harper & Bros., 1938
(OCoLC)612821365
Named Person: Adolf Hitler; Adolf Hitler
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen H Roberts; Mazal Holocaust Collection.
OCLC Number: 2494201
Description: xii, 380 pages 24 cm
Contents: Part I: Origins. The riddle of Hitler --
Hitler's lieutenants --
The nature of the movement --
The philosophy of National Socialism --
Part II: Four years of power. The technique of revolution (1933-7) --
The growth of party organiztion --
The eclips of the brownshirts --
The army and its relations with Hitlerism --
Part III: The economics of Hitlerism. Autarky and markets --
Financial jugglery --
The internal boom: Hitlerism and industry --
The fight for raw materials and substitutes --
Schacht versus the extremists --
The agricultural fiasco --
Part IV: The balance sheet of Hitlerism. The youth movement: the fight for the first eighteen years --
The labour services: the fight for the young men --
The labour front: the fight for the workers --
Women and population: the fight for the race --
Public works and the great roads: the fight for employment and progress --
The drive for a common mentality: how a nation is hypnotized --
The present place of the Jews --
Swastika versus cross --
Law as a political instrument --
Part V: Hitlerism and the world. General foreign policy --
The Soviet bogy in theory and fact --
The lost Germans --
The southern danger zones --
The Baltic pressure-points --
Germany and western Europe --
The colonial question --
Conclusion.
Responsibility: by Stephen H. Roberts.

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