Backing Hitler consent and coercion in Nazi Germany

In this book, the author argues that the Nazis did not cloak their radical approaches to law and order in utter secrecy, but played them up in the press and loudly proclaimed the superiority of their system over all others

Main Author: Gellately, Robert
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Oxford Oxford University Press 2001, 2001
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