Nazi Germany by Klaus P. Fischer
A New History

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A military, social, and political history of the Third Reich argues that Nazism was not the inevitable next step for Germany, but rather that certain factors enabled Hitler to seize power and cause the annihilation of European Jews.
 

About Klaus P. Fischer

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Teaches at Allan Hancock College in Santa Maria, California.
 
Published January 1, 1995 by CONSTABLE. 700 pages
Genres: History, Travel, War, Political & Social Sciences, Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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Rejecting traditional explanations that Hitler received most of his support from the lower middle class, Fischer draws on electoral studies to show that a broad segment of Germans voted for Hitler, wi

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To that end, Hannah tracks down the elderly Lena Fischer (played by Doris Schade in the present and a fine Katja Riemann in the past), the non-Jewish German who took Ruth under her wing during the war and whose marriage to a Jewish violinist eventually led her to participate in a rare successful ...

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Rejecting traditional explanations that Hitler received most of his support from the lower middle class, Fischer draws on electoral studies to show that a broad segment of Germans voted for Hitler, with the highest levels of support coming from the upper and upper middle classes.

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Of the millions of prisoners of war and foreign forced labourers’ many were quartered outside concentration camps proper, in satellite camps which might constitute a warehouse or similar building in the centre of an industrial city.

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