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German dictatorship

Karl Dietrich Bracher

German dictatorship

the origins, structure, and effects of national socialism. Translated from the German by Jean Steinberg. With an introd. by Peter Gay.

by Karl Dietrich Bracher

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Published by Praeger in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • National socialism -- History,
  • Anti-Nazi movement,
  • Germany -- Politics and government -- 1933-1945.

  • Edition Notes

    Translation of Die deutsche Diktatur; Entstehung, Struktur, Folgen des Nationalsozialismus. Bibliography: p. 503-533.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 553 p. ;
    Number of Pages553
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21808709M

    Get this from a library! The German dictatorship: the origins, structure, and effects of national socialism. [Karl Dietrich Bracher; Jean Steinberg; Peter Gay] -- There have been many studies of National Socialism published since the defeat of Nazi Germany in None, however, has satisfactorily explained why the Weimar Republic failed, how Hitler succeeded. Notes from The German Dictatorship, by karl Dietrich Bracher, translated by Jean Steinberg, Praeger Publishers, New York, third U.S. printing, softcover. Subtitle: the Origins, Structure, and Effects of National Socialism. I was assigned The German Dictatorship to read in one of my classes at Brown University in the mid s.

      The Setting. n the s, as now, Deutsche Bank was the largest German bank, whose economic power was the subject of debate and controversy. At that time, its full name was Deutsche Bank und Disconto-Gesellschaft. 1 Deutsche Bank was founded in , in anticipation of a new law that permitted the establishment of joint-stock banks in : Cambridge University Press. This book is intended as a sober and to some extent provisional contribution to the analysis of the inner life and workings--the domestic anatomy--of the East German dictatorship. It seeks to understand, in their.

    The East German Dictatorship, Corey Ross' masterful survey of debates within historiography of East Germany, is an extremely clear and useful overview for scholars of divided Germany, the Cold War, or modern Germany in general. Mod‐ eled explicitly on the classic book by Ian Kershaw, The Nazi Dictatorship, this book tackles seven. German Dictatorship: The Origins, Structure, and Effects of National Socialism Author Bracher, Karl Dietrich; Gay, Peter --Intro; Steinberg, Jean --Trans; Gay, Peter --Intro Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - G+ / NONE Quantity available 1 Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Praeger Publishers Place.


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Bracher is uneasy about the stability of German democracy, and concludes that the heritage of National Socialism--both negative (the danger of a relapse) and positive (the chance to learn from the past)--lives on.

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The East German Dictatorship is the first detailed mapping of the area, identifying key interpretational issues, describing the evolution of different approaches to them, and providing the author's own evaluation. A wide range of themes is covered, from state/society relations to the role of opposition to the GDR's place in the longer sweep of.

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Now, in an historic irony, Germany has ascended to unquestionable European supremacy, but it is a power not imposed by the bayonet. and a thrift-oriented mentality. As Bracher writes in the preface: “This book is dedicated to the hope that a sober picture of the German dictatorship may help Germany avoid both old and new dangers, primarily the traditional authoritarian concept of the state, but also a radical utopianism—both expressions of intolerance and conceit, and, moreover, profoundly unpolitical.

He dedicated “The German Dictatorship,” his seminal book, “to the hope that a sober picture of the German dictatorship may help. The German Dictatorship by Karl Dietrich Bracher On its first publication inBracher's book was described as 'the first, correct, full and comprehensive account of the origins, the structure.

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