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Goebbels und die Juden

Author: Christian T Barth
Publisher: Paderborn : F. Schöningh, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : GermanView all editions and formats
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Describes Goebbels' hatred of the Jews as expressed in his diaries and in his speeches, his press directives, and his policies as the Gauleiter of Berlin and the Minister of Propaganda. Goebbels was greatly influenced by Hitler. Though they differed on other issues, they were in full agreement on the need to rid Europe of the Jews; it was the main topic of their frequent consultations. Judges that Goebbels genuinely  Read more...
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Barth, Christian T.
Goebbels und die Juden.
Paderborn : F. Schöningh, ©2003
(OCoLC)606977359
Named Person: Joseph Goebbels; Joseph Goebbels; Joseph Goebbels; Joseph Goebbels
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Christian T Barth
ISBN: 9783506705792 3506705792
OCLC Number: 52478192
Notes: Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz, 2002, under the title "Antisemitismus bei Joseph Goebbels : Erscheinungsformen, Entwicklungsstufen und Einflussfaktoren 1914-1945."
Description: 315 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Einführung. Einleitung ; Forschungsübersicht und Zielsetzungen der Arbeit ; Quellenbericht ; Begriffliche Aspekte und Deutungen von Antisemitismus --
Goebbels und die Juden : Phasen und Bestimmungsfaktoren einer Entwicklung. Verzweiflung und Vision : Ursprünge judenfeindlicher Grundhaltungen 1914-1924 ; Völkische Politik und Agitation : Präzisierung und Ausrichtung aggressiver Einstellungen 1924-1933 ; Verwirklichung von Volksgemeinschaft : Akzeptanz und Begünstigung physischer Gewalt 1933-1939 ; Unheil und Untergang : Akzeptanz und Begüngstigung physischer Vernichtung 1939-1945 --
Zussamenfassung. Anhang : Brief Goebbels an Anka Stalherm, 14.4.1920 ; Anhang : Brief Goebbels an Anka Stalhern, 17.2.1919 ; Anhang : Vortragsmanuskript Goebbels : Ausschnitte aus der Literatur der Gegenwart, o.D. ; Anhang : Juden und Jedenknechte : Sonderlieferung 3/1938 des Aufklärungs- und Redner-Informationsmaterials der Reichspropagandaleitung der NSDAP und des Reichspropagandaamtes der DAF.
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Describes Goebbels' hatred of the Jews as expressed in his diaries and in his speeches, his press directives, and his policies as the Gauleiter of Berlin and the Minister of Propaganda. Goebbels was greatly influenced by Hitler. Though they differed on other issues, they were in full agreement on the need to rid Europe of the Jews; it was the main topic of their frequent consultations. Judges that Goebbels genuinely detested the Jews, whom he saw as vermin, and was truly convinced that they threatened Germany and European civilization. He believed in an international conspiracy between Jewish Bolsheviks and Jewish plutocrats who, through their power over press and government, especially in Britain and the U.S., had instigated the war (though by 1943 he apparently had doubts about such a collusion). To motivate the army and the home front to total war, he presented it as a war to save Europe from the Jews. As Gauleiter and minister in charge of culture, he pushed to exclude Jews from all areas of German life, and then to deport them; though seemingly uneasy over the mass killings, he was convinced that they were necessary.

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