The Impact of Nazism

The Impact of Nazism

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The essays address the nature of Nazism as reflected in contemporary perceptions of Nazi Germany in the United States; the origins and character of fascism; the many forms of antisemitism; German scholars' efforts to promote persecution in the Third Reich; the role of ethnic Germans in the anti-Jewish and anti-Slavic policies of the Reich; the actions of German police in the occupation of eastern Europe and in the Holocaust; Hitler's style of leadership; the nazification of the German military high command; and the politics surrounding the memory of Nazism and the Holocaust after 1945.q--BOOK JACKET.However, it is a grave oversight to dismiss the organizational culture of the Uniformed Police ... First, the aquot;militarizationaquot; of the police constituted a central objective of the Uniformed Police leadership from the initial National Socialist aquot; seizure ofanbsp;...

Title:The Impact of Nazism
Author:Alan E. Steinweis, Daniel E. Rogers
Publisher:U of Nebraska Press - 2003


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