Hitler and the Rise of the Nazi Party

ISBN-10: 140826921X

ISBN-13: 9781408269213

Edition: 2nd 2012 (Revised)

Authors: Frank McDonough

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Hitler and the Rise of the Nazi Party begins with an overview of the personality and early life of Adolf Hitler and proceeds to examine the early years of the Nazi Party and the major factors which led to the growth of support for it among ordinary Germans. In particular it looks at organisation and party propaganda during this period and reassesses some of the commonly assumed reasons for Hitler’s appointment as German Chancellor in January 1933.
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Book details

List price: $19.99
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 4/26/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 172
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Publisher's acknowledgements
Chronology
Who's who
Glossary of terms and organisations
Background ?
The Vulnerabilities of Weimar Democracy, 1918-1933
Introduction
The Impact of War
The German Revolution of 1918
The Impact of Versailles
The Culture of Violence
The Constitution and the Emergency Powers of the President
The Political Parties
The Anti-Democratic Forces within the German State
Economic Difficulties
Analysis
Adolf Hitler: Personality and Early Life
Family Background
Parents
Childhood
Youth
The Death of his Mother
The Vienna Period (1908-1913)
Hider's Political Ideas in Vienna
Hitler's Anti-Semitism in Vienna
Munich (1913-1914)
The First World War
The Early Growth of the Nazi Party, 1918-1924
The Birth of the Nazi Party
The Early Programme of the Nazi Party
The Emergence of Hitler as Leader of the Nazi Party
The Growth of the 'Fuhrer Cult'
The Munich Beer Hall Putsch
The Ideology of Hitler and the Nazi Party
Links with Fascism and Totalitarianism
The Historical Roots of Nazism
The Philosophical Roots of National Socialism
Hider's Central Role in Nazi Ideology
The Importance of Foreign Policy
The Centrality of Race
The Function of Anti-Semitism and Anti-Marxism in Nazi Ideology
The Folk Community
The Function of Socialism in National Socialism
The Nazi Party: Organisation, Propaganda and Membership
Organisation
Propaganda
Membership
The Nazi Breakthrough, 1925-1930
A New Direction
Rebuilding the Nazi Party
The Strange Mystery of Hitler and Geli Raubal
The Emergence of a New Nazi Party Election Strategy
The Impact of 'The Great Depression'
The Emergence of Hitler on the National Stage
The Nazi Electoral Breakthrough in 1930
Why Did the Nazi Party Appeal to Voters?
The Psychological Attraction of Nazism to Voters
Hitler's Intriguing Road to Power, 1930-1933
The Bruning Experiment, 1930-1932
Hitler Courts Big Business and the Army
Hitler Bids for the Presidency, 1932
Franz von Papen: A Nazi in a Pin-Striped Suit?
The July 1932 Election and its Aftermath
General von Schleicher's Fifty-Seven Days in Office
Hitler Comes to Power, January 1933
Assessment
Why Did Hitler Come to Power?
Documents
Hitler in Vienna
Hitler's First Appearance at a Meeting of the German Workers' Party
The Twenty-Five Points of the Nazi Party Programme
The Demands of the Nazi Party
Hitler on the Leadership Principle
The Munich Beer Hall Putsch
Hitler on the Key Lesson of the Munich Beer Hall Putsch
Joseph Goebbels' Views on National Socialism
Hitler on the Power of the Spoken Word
The Nazi Party and Private Property
Hitler Debates the Meaning of 'Socialism' with Otto Strasser
Hitler Defines National Socialism
The Appeal of National Socialism: A Pacifist View
The Nazi Appeal to Farmers
A Schoolteacher Describes the Atmosphere at a Nazi Party Meeting
Hitler's Speech to the Dusseldorf Industry Club
Edgar Jung on the 'Conservative Revolution'
'How Do We Struggle Against a Third Reich?': The Views of a German Novelist
Joseph Goebbels Instructs Party Workers to Tone Down 'Radical' Aspects of the Nazi Programme
Countdown to Hitler Coming to Power
Hitler's Views on Anti-Semitism
Hitler Defines the Difference between the Nazi Party and the Traditional German Conservative Party
Meeting of Hider and Hindenburg, 13 August 1932
The Appeal of National Socialism to Youth
References
Bibliographical Essay
Index
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