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Popular Opinion and Political Dissent in the Third Reich Bavaria 1933-1945

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ISBN-10: 0199251118

ISBN-13: 9780199251117

Edition: 2nd 2002 (Revised)

Authors: Ian Kershaw

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Now updated with a new introduction and bibliography, Kershaw's classic study of popular responses to Nazi policy and ideology explores the political mentality of "ordinary Germans" in one part of Hitler's Reich. Basing his account on many unpublished sources, the author analyzes socioeconomic discontent and the popular reaction to the anti-Church and anti-Jewish policies of the Nazis, and reveals the bitter divisions and dissent of everyday reality in the Third Reich, in stark contrast to the propaganda image of a 'National Community' united behind its leaders.
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Book details

List price: $80.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/18/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 462
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.188
Language: English

Ian Kershaw is professor of modern history at the University of Sheffield.

List of Tables
Note
Map: Bavaria, 1933 (excluding the Palatinate)
Introduction
A Sense of Social Unity? The 'National Community', 1933-1939
Peasant Opinion and the 'Coercive Economy'
The Tightening Grip of the State
The Agricultural Labour Crisis
Repression and Demoralization in the Working Class
The Shadow of Mass Unemployment
Full Employment and Labour Shortage
Petty-bourgeois Complaint and Compliance
The Middle-Class Base of Nazi Support, 1933
Disenchantment Sets in: the Nature of Middle-Class Discontent, 1934-6
Opinion in the 'Productive' Middle Class during the Armaments Boom, 1937-9
The 'Non-productive' Middle Class: Opinion among Civil Servants and Teachers, 1938-9
Features of Middle-Class Opinion during the Last Years of Peace
The Disillusioning of the Protestants
The Alienation of the Catholics
Clergy and Catholic Population
Popular Opinion and the Anti-Church Measures of Party and State
Reactions to the Persecution of the Jews
Boycott and Terror, 1933-8
The Influence of the Clergy on Attitudes to the Jewish Question
'Crystal Night'
Social Unity through War? The 'Community of Fate', 1939-1945
The Economic Pressures of War
The Peasantry
The Working Class
The Middle Class
Nazism and the Church: the Last Confrontation, 1941
Popular Opinion and the Extermination of the Jews
Conclusion
List of Abbreviations and Glossary of German Terms and Names used in the Text
Archival Sources
List of Works Cited
Select bibliography
Index