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Brief History Of The Third Reich

by Martyn Whittock

December 10, 2015 | Trade Paperback

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An invaluable addition to the highly regarded Brief History series. Beginning in the broken aftermath of the First World War and the Treaty of Versailles that made German recovery almost impossible, Whittock tells not just the account of the men who rose to the fore in the dangerous days of the Weimar republic, circling around the cult of personality generated by Adolf Hitler, but also a convincing and personality-driven overview of how ordinary Germans became seduced by the dreams of a new world order, the Third Reich.

The book also gives a fascinating insight into the everyday life in Germany during the Second World War and explores key questions such as how much did the Germans Know about the Holocaust and why did the regime eventually fail so disastrously?

Format: Trade Paperback

Published: December 10, 2015

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1849012997

ISBN - 13: 9781849012997

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Brief History Of The Third Reich

Brief History Of The Third Reich

by Martyn Whittock

Format: Trade Paperback

Published: December 10, 2015

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1849012997

ISBN - 13: 9781849012997

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An invaluable addition to the highly regarded Brief History series. Beginning in the broken aftermath of the First World War and the Treaty of Versailles that made German recovery almost impossible, Whittock tells not just the account of the men who rose to the fore in the dangerous days of the Weimar republic, circling around the cult of personality generated by Adolf Hitler, but also a convincing and personality-driven overview of how ordinary Germans became seduced by the dreams of a new world order, the Third Reich.

The book also gives a fascinating insight into the everyday life in Germany during the Second World War and explores key questions such as how much did the Germans Know about the Holocaust and why did the regime eventually fail so disastrously?