The author attempts to analyze Hitler’s appeal to German farmers, workers, businessmen, industrialists, women and youth. Beginning with Germany’s social situation after World War I, he demonstrates how Hitler improvised a programme that claimed to offer a classless society.
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About David Schoenbaum
David Schoenbaum, a professional historian and lifelong amateur violinist, has written for the New York Times, the Washington Post, The Economist, and many other publications. His previous books include Hitler’s Social Revolution and The United States and the State of… More about David Schoenbaum
Published by Doubleday Aug 08, 2012| 336 Pages| ISBN 9780307822338