By Timothy W. Mason, Michael J. Freeman
Initially released in hardback simply in 1987, Michael Freeman's necessary advisor to the heritage of Nazi Germany now returns to print in a considerably revised moment version. facing all facets of the Nazi regime, it really is excess of simply an atlas: the mixing of the maps themselves with charts and different visually-displayed info, and an intensive and authoritative observation, makes this a booklet to learn in addition to to consult.
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It is in this sense that one can begin to comprehendthe Party's nihilism. It was anti-semitic, anti-marxist and anti-capitalist, but there was a measurein which these oppositions and hatreds were labels that were readily interchanged. Thus were socialists and communists viewed by Hitler as agents of modern capitalist industry. A related outcome was that even the most disparate interestscameto be unified behindNazism. 32 Part I: The rise of the Nazi Party 13 March Percentage 50- 59 40-49 30-39 20-29 10-19 0-9 10 April o 200 km Sou ree : Srillislisch".
Hitler looked towards leadershipin governmentif his party was to agreeto support Bruning's schemeto re-electHindenburg. This proved too bitter a pill for Hindenburg and his allies to swallow. The result of the first conteston 13 March revealeda staggering advancein the National Socialist vote against thatof the September1930 Reichstagelections. 1 per cent of the total. Moreover, this support was general throughout northern, eastern and central Germany. 6 million votes but just failed to securean absolutemajority (Fig.
In a matterof days, in fact, effective governmentof the Landerwas in the handsof Reich Commissioners, many of them prominent Nazi officials. The strongestresistance came in Bavaria, but the Nazis won the day when appealsfor the intervention of the Reichswehrwere rebuffed by Hindenburg,the Reich President. He did this first by persuadingthe new Reichstagto grant him (as chancellor)full executive and legislative powers for a period of four years. This the Reichstagdid on 23 March 1933, after the Nazis had locked up the 81 KPD deputiesand won over the Catholic Centre Party with vague promises in order to get the required two-thirds majority.