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Organizational life and Nazism

R. J. Koshar

Organizational life and Nazism

a study of mobilization in Marburg an der Lahn, 1918-1935

by R. J. Koshar

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Published by University Microfilms .
Written in English


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Statementby R.J. Koshar. Vol.1.
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Open LibraryOL21292854M

In Poland, huge death camps such as Auschwitz began operating with ruthless efficiency. Without such power, without the means of fabricating a false reality according to a lying ideology, propaganda and publicity of the style embodied in this book can only succeed in making a true story sound unconvincing. He was a director of the World Wildlife Fundan advisor to the Nature Conservancy organization, a representative of the International Union for the Conservation of Natureand also worked with the Oceanic Foundation. His book possesses all the qualities the other so glaringly lacks, and, in its implications and honest presentation of the facts, constitutes the best guide to the nature of Nazi terror that I have read so far.

Yet this reviewer must take issue with the author's relative neglect of the critical nature of the defeat in the First World War and the ensuing peace treaty in creating the atmosphere for a national reception of the Hitler movement. It is no coincidence that his willingness to speak publicly about white racismeugenicsexcessive Jewish influences over society, and isolationism to keep America out of the war in the late s would later yield to vigorous environmental campaigning in the late s. Should we say that she is Fascist? Yet Lindbergh's outspoken views on National Socialism and his later worship of all things environmental are by no means inconsistent with each other.

These appeals for national aggrandizement were accompanied by a strident anti-Semitic rhetoric. Historian George Mosse similarly analyzed fascism as an inheritor of the mass ideology and civil religion of the French Revolutionas well as a result of the brutalization of societies in — Once inside the death factories, everything became an accident completely beyond control of those who did the suffering and those who inflicted it. It was also more than a result of changes in party membership after Hitler gained power. Student enrollment quadrupled between andwitnessing a corresponding increase in membership in student fraternities Burschenschaften. Not only did Nazi resettlement policy cause a permanent shift of population transfers and ethnic boundaries, it also caused the erasure of ethnic coexistence.


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All in all, this book is recommended for those interested in a different approach to the "problem" of modern German history. For instance, Johnpeter Horst Grill, in "The American South and Nazi Racism," offers an examination of the ways in which Nazi racial policy influenced the debate about social equality in the southern United States, especially the discourse about the place of African Americans in American society.

Because of the rich matrix of local Vereine that dotted the social landscape of Marburg, the extent of apoliticism could be fairly well documented. This fragmentation became so pervasive that as early as no single bourgeois party was able to establish or maintain hegemony.

Background While some neo-Nazi groups emphasize simple hatred, others are more focused on the revolutionary creation of a fascist political state.

Social life, local politics, and Nazism: Marburg, 1880

Subscribe today The rise of Nazism in GermanyLearn how the Nazi Party used a canny mix of propaganda and terror to ascend to power in Germany. They reveal the intellectual and emotional honesty of Moltke, the archetypal 'good German', and his incredible bravery as he approached his execution on January 24,more concerned with saving his fellow victims than himself.

The Nazi interpretation of these laws culminated in the tautology that the weak have an inclination to die and the strong an inclination to live. My own copy has been read and referred to so often it is falling apart.

Starting in the s, Lindbergh secretly sired three different families through three different women in Germany. Here, Wilt emphasizes Hitler's influence on the command structure of the German military and the negative impact this had on military strategy and ultimately the outcome of the war.

Student enrollment quadrupled between andwitnessing a corresponding increase in membership in student fraternities Burschenschaften. In light of its subsequent rapid decline, however, such a relatively concentrated show of support for the radical Right, according to Mr.

His study finds that for those people who already harbored racist attitudes, Nazi racial policy was embraced as an example to emulate, whereas for liberals whose tendency it was to promote social equality and justice, the opposite was true.

Ina green hunting law was passed that became a model for other countries to follow. Historian George Mosse similarly analyzed fascism as an inheritor of the mass ideology and civil religion of the French Revolutionas well as a result of the brutalization of societies in — During the earlier years of the war, the Nazis emphasized racial hostility and competition, but at war's end, when it was fairly clear that the Germans would lose, ethnic Germans who had benefited from the earlier policy simply refused to abandon these ideas and found themselves, as a result, struggling to find a satisfactory place within their new communities.

Although the Treaty of Versailles was explicitly based on the principle of the self-determination of peoples, he pointed out that it had separated Germans from Germans by creating such new postwar states as Austria and Czechoslovakia, where many Germans lived.

His fiery speeches swelled the ranks of the Nazi Party, especially among young, economically disadvantaged Germans. Strangely enough, the very man who helped kick-start the space age became less interested in aviation late in life.

Hess was the Nazi Party Secretary up until Hambrock has not produced a narrow organizational history of a small German-Jewish group, but rather a complex study that integrates cultural, intellectual, and political history to shed light on German-Jewish public life, the Weimar Republic's cultural landscapes and the role of anti-Jewish prejudices.

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