Nazism / Edition 1

Nazism / Edition 1

by Neil Gregor
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0192892819

ISBN-13: 9780192892812

Pub. Date: 12/07/2000

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

This unique collection brings together extracts from the most innovative and stimulating studies of Nazism, including many forgotten or ignored older works. Nazism looks afresh at the structure, style of rule, and consequences of National Socialism and explores how successive generations of commentators and historians have sought to explain and understand the

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This unique collection brings together extracts from the most innovative and stimulating studies of Nazism, including many forgotten or ignored older works. Nazism looks afresh at the structure, style of rule, and consequences of National Socialism and explores how successive generations of commentators and historians have sought to explain and understand the origins, nature, impact, and legacy of this regime of unprecedented destructiveness. With introductions to each section, to the authors, and a general introduction to the text, Neil Gregor presents a comprehensive coverage of the history and politics of this dramatic political movement.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780192892812
Publisher:
Oxford University Press, USA
Publication date:
12/07/2000
Series:
Oxford Readers Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
480
Product dimensions:
9.31(w) x 6.25(h) x 0.97(d)

Table of Contents

Preface
General Introduction
Contemporary Characterizations of National Socialism
Introduction
Germany's Revolution of Destruction, Hermann Rauschning
National Socialism: A Menace, Ewald Von Kleist-Schmenzin
German Address: A Call to Reason, Thomas Mann
The Party, Theodor Heuss
The Impossibility of Constructive Achievement, Fritz Gerlich
The Third Reich is Here!, Ingbert Naab
Hitler and Christianity, Alfons Wold
The Psychology of Nazism, Erich Fromm
Overcoming National Socialism, Carl Mierendorff
Some Causes and Consequences of National Socialism, Karl Kautsky
The Meaning of Fascism, Harald Laski
On the German Situation, Ernst Toller
The Emergence of National Socialism
Introduction
i. A Special Path?
The German Empire 1871-1918, Hans-Ulrich Wehler
The Causes of National Socialism, Jürgen Kocka
What Produces Fascism: Pre-industrial Traditions or a Crisis of Capitalism?, Geoff Eley
The Special Path of German History: Myth or Reality?, Dieter Groh
ii. The National Socialist Movement
The Social Motivation and Führer Bond in National Socialism, Martin Broszat
The Nazi Party in Lower Saxony, Jeremy Noakes
The NSDAP as Party and Movement, Albrecht Tyrell
The Rise of German Fascism, Roger Griffin
The NSDAP: A 'People's Protest Party', Jürgen Falter
iii. The Failure of Weimar and the Crisis of 1933
Stages of the Seizure of Power, Karl-Dietrich Bracher
The National Socialist Seizure of Power and German Society, Hans Mommsen
Why Did the Weimar Republic Collapse?, Richard Bessel
The Crisis of Classical Modernity, Detlev Peukert
30 January 1933, Ian Kershaw
iv. National Socialism, Civil Society and the Seizure of Power 1929-1933
The Nazi Seizure of Power, William Sheridan Allen
The Growth of National Socialism in the Countryside, Zdenek Zofka
Toward the Mass Party, Rudy Koshar
The Abandoned Regulars' Table, Oded Heilbronner
Protestant-Rural Milieu and National Socialism prior to 1933, Wolfram Pyta
C. The National Socialist Regime
Introduction
i. The National Socialist Regime as Monolith: Theories of Totalitarianism
The Novelty of Totalitarianism, Carlton J.H. Hayes
Ideology and Terror, Hannah Arendt
Totalitarianism as Concept and Reality, Karl-Dietrich Bracher
ii. Marxist Theories of National Socialism
The Nature of Hitler Fascism, Walter Ulbricht
The Beginning of a New Stage of State Monopoly Development, E. Paterna et al.
The Fascist State: The German Example, Ernst Gottschling
iii. The Regime as Polycratic State
a. Wartime Émigré Writers
The Dual State, Ernst Fraenkel
Behemoth, Franz Neumann
b. The Regime and the Conservative Establishment
The Primacy of Politics, Tim Mason
The Nazi Empire 1938-1944, Peter Hayes
The Civil Service in the Third Reich, Hans Mommsen
State Formation and Political Representation in Nazi Germany, Jane Caplan
Administration versus Human Leadership, Dieter Rebentisch and Karl Teppe
The Army and the Third Reich, Klaus-Jürgen Müller
The Gleichschaltung of the Armed Forces, Wilhelm Deist
The Wehrmacht in the National Socialist State, Manfred Messerschmidt
Justice in the Third Reich, Lothar Gruchmann
Jews on Trial, Ralph Angermund
c. Charismatic Authority and the Erosion of Rational-Bureaucratic Government
Feudal Aspects of National Socialism, Robert Koehl
The Hitler State, Martin Broszat
Party and State in the Third Reich, Peter Diehl-Thiele
Cumulative Radicalization and Self- Destruction of the Nazi Regime, Hans Mommsen
National Socialist Polycracy, Peter Hüttenberger
Intention and Explanation, Tim Mason
The State in National Socialist Germany, Michael Geyer
Working Towards the Führer, Ian Kershaw
D. The 'Seductive Surface' of National Socialism
Introduction
Inventory of Revolutionary Appearance, Ernst Bloch
Magic and Manipulation, Klaus Vondung
The Aesthetics of Production in the Third Reich, Anson G. Rabinbach
Split Consciousness, Jans-Dietrich Schäefer
The 'Seductive Surface' of the Third Reich, Peter Reichel
The Honour of Labour: Industrial Workers and the Power of Symbols under National Socialism, Alf Lüedtke
The Matrix of Totalitarian Imagery: Public Space, the National Socialist Year and the Generational Cycle, Jost Dülffer
E. National Socialism and the German Society
Introduction
i. Resistenz?
Resistenz and Resistance, Martin Broszat
The Social Bases of Resistenz and Resistance, Klaus Tenfelde
Resistance without the People?, Ian Kershaw
Resistenz or Loyal Reluctance?, Klaus- Michael Mallmann and Gerhard Paul
ii. Participation
The Gestapo and Social Cooperation: The Example of Political Denunciation, Robert Gellately
Mothers in the Fatherland, Claudia Koonz
Racial Hygiene and Professional Leadership, Paul Weindling
The Problem of Motivation Reconsidered, Michael H. Kater
Death and Deliverance, Michael Burleigh
Reflections on a Massacre, Christopher Browning
The Missing Years: German Workers, German Soldiers, Omer Bartov
The Conditions for Genocide, Michael Zimmermann
F. The Impact of National Socialism
Introduction
The Third Reich and Society, David Schoenbaum
National Socialist Germany and the Social Revolution, Ralph Dahrendorf
Brown Revolution?, Detlev Peukert
National Socialism and Modernization, Jens Alber
Persecution and Coordination, Detlev Peukert
The Concentration Camps as Part of the National Socialist System of Domination, Falk Pingel
Racial Policy and Women's Policy, Gisela Bock
The Persecution of Homosexuals in Nazi German, Hans-Georg Stüemke
Between Resistance and Martyrdom, Detlev Garbe
Hitler's Foreign Workers, Ulrich Herbert
Soviet Prisoners of War—Mass Deportation—Forced Workers, Christian Streit
Killing Operations,, Leni Yahil
Children, Raul Hilberg
The Number of Victims, Franciszek Piper
Operation Reinhard,, Yitzhak Arad
Poland, Frank Golczewski
The Persecution of Sinti and Roma, Michael Burleigh and Wolfgang Wippermann
G. The Legacy of National Socialism
Introduction
i. Confronting the Past
On the Engagement with National Socialist Violent Crimes in the Federal Republic of Germany, Peter Steinbach
Post-war Society and National Socialism: Memory, Amnesia, Defensiveness, Wolfgang Benz
The Politics of the Past, Norbert Frei
ii. Denazification and War Crimes Trial
The Fellow-Travellers' Factory, Lutz Niethammer
Denazification, Clemens Vollnhals
In the Name of the German People, Hermann Langbein
National Socialist Extermination Camps as Reflected in German Trials, Adalbert Rückerl
iii. Bitburg, Historicization and the Historikerstreit
Bitburg History, Charles S. Maier
Bitburg as Symbol, Raul Hilberg
Nazism, Politics, and the Image of the Past, Geoff Eley
The Historikerstreit in Context,, Peter Baldwin
IV. Holocaust memory in the 1990s
Germany: The Ambiguity of Memory,, James E. Young
Jews and Russians in the Memory of the Germans, Lutz Neithammer
A War against Memory?, Isabel Wollaston
Notes
Further Reading
Acknowledgements
Index

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