The Penguin historical atlas of the Third Reich /
Richard Overy.
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London : Penguin Books, 1996.
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1 atlas (143 p.) : col. ill., col. maps ; 25 cm.
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0140513302
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London : Penguin Books, 1996.
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0140513302
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487294
 
Includes bibliographical references (p. 134-136), index, and timelines from 1914-1945.
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Summaries
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This atlas charts the rise and fall of Hitler's Nazi state, from the first mass meeting of the MSDAP in Munich in 1920, through the territorial aggression and anti-Jewish atrocities of World War II, to the execution of war criminals in Nuremberg in 1946.
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This atlas charts the rise and fall of Hitler's Nazi state, from the first mass meeting to the NSDAP in Munich in 1920, through the relentless territorial aggression and anti-Jewish atrocities of World War II, to the execution of war criminals at Nuremberg in 1946. An informative, one-volume handbook that documants the rise and fall of one of the most terrifying and destructive regimes in world history.
Table of Contents
Introductory Materialp. 1
From War to Third Reich 1918-1933p. 8
Weimar Germanyp. 12
The Versailles Settlementp. 14
The German Slumpp. 16
The Nazi Party Before 1933p. 18
The Legal Path to Powerp. 20
Establishing the Dictatorshipp. 22
The Organization of Authorityp. 26
The Nazi Party I: A Parallel Statep. 28
The Nazi Party II: Enforcing Consensusp. 30
The Economic Revivalp. 32
The Structure of Repressionp. 34
Race and Racism in the 1930sp. 36
Industry and Labour in the Third Reichp. 38
Farming in the Third Reichp. 40
Culture and Educationp. 42
Constructing the New Germanyp. 44
Foreign Policy in Germany, 1933-1939p. 46
Overturning Versailles, 1933-1936p. 50
The Nazi Party Abroadp. 52
Bloodless Conquests, 1938-1939p. 54
Autarky and Rearmamentp. 56
The Greater German Reich, 1939p. 58
Expansion and War 1939-1945p. 60
The Onset of War, 1939p. 64
The Conquest of Europep. 66
Operation Barbarossap. 68
Germany's War at Seap. 70
The Turn of the Tide, 1942-1944p. 72
Germany's War in the Airp. 74
The Defeat of the Reich, 1944-1945p. 76
The German New Orderp. 78
German Rule in Europep. 82
Planning the Post-War Orderp. 84
Allies, Collaborators and Imitatorsp. 86
Exploitation and Plunderp. 88
Resistance and Terror in Europep. 90
Genocidep. 92
German Society and Total Warp. 94
Mobilizing for Total Warp. 98
The Rise of the SSp. 100
The Impact of Bombingp. 102
Resistance, Terror and Collapsep. 104
The Aftermathp. 106
Occupation and State Formationp. 110
The Costs and Consequences of Defeatp. 112
The Survival of Neo-Nazismp. 114
Timelinesp. 116
Statistical Appendixp. 122
Referencesp. 134
Indexp. 137
Acknowledgementsp. 143
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