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      • Bibliography : p. 190-193.Die Schlussrede des Führers auf dem Parteikongress in Nürnberg, 1934: p. 194-207.

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        PublishersW. Kohlhammer
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        LC Classifications1935
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 74 p. :
        Number of Pages92
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        ISBN 10nodata
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Mobilizing German Society for War: The National Socialist Gaue. [ ] For Hitler and his principal lieutenants, national and racial issues were always dominant.

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Troops opened fire and 16 Nazis were killed. 5 to 6 million Jews representing two-thirds of the Jewish population of Europeand between 200,000 and 1,500,000. Dictatorship and Totalitarianism: Selected Readings.existed from 15 December 1944 Gauleiter in German exile:• With the support of Anton Drexler, Hitler became chief of propaganda for the party in early 1920.

Drexler followed the views of militant nationalists of the day, such as opposing thehavinganti-monarchist and anti-Marxist views, as well as believing in the superiority of Germans whom they claimed to be part of the "" Herrenvolk.

Newsletter Sie wollen kein Buch mehr verpassen? The party recruited former World War I soldiers, to whom Hitler as a decorated frontline veteran could particularly appeal, as well as small businessmen and disaffected former members of rival parties. Die roten Bonzen in wilder Flucht.