Penguin Historical Atlas of the Third Reich

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An informative, one-volume handbook that documents the rise and fall of one of the most terrifying and destructive regimes in recorded world history. This atlas charts the rise and fall of Hitler's Nazi state and examines the nature of Hitler's power structurers both within his party and within Germany as a whole. Color and b&W illus. throughout. Maps.
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Overview

An informative, one-volume handbook that documents the rise and fall of one of the most terrifying and destructive regimes in recorded world history. This atlas charts the rise and fall of Hitler's Nazi state and examines the nature of Hitler's power structurers both within his party and within Germany as a whole. Color and b&W illus. throughout. Maps.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780140513301
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 7/1/1997
  • Series: Hist Atlas Series
  • Pages: 144
  • Product dimensions: 7.10 (w) x 9.62 (h) x 0.39 (d)

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Richard Overy is a professor of history at the University of Exeter. A leading expert in World War II history, he has written more than twenty books, including Why the Allies Won, and The Twilight Years.

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Table of Contents

Introductory Material 1
Pt. I From War to Third Reich 1918-1933 8
Weimar Germany 12
The Versailles Settlement 14
The German Slump 16
The Nazi Party Before 1933 18
The Legal Path to Power 20
Pt. II Establishing the Dictatorship 22
The Organization of Authority 26
The Nazi Party I: A Parallel State 28
The Nazi Party II: Enforcing Consensus 30
The Economic Revival 32
The Structure of Repression 34
Race and Racism in the 1930s 36
Industry and Labour in the Third Reich 38
Farming in the Third Reich 40
Culture and Education 42
Constructing the New Germany 44
Pt. III Foreign Policy in Germany, 1933-1939 46
Overturning Versailles, 1933-1936 50
The Nazi Party Abroad 52
Bloodless Conquests, 1938-1939 54
Autarky and Rearmament 56
The Greater German Reich, 1939 58
Pt. IV Expansion and War 1939-1945 60
The Onset of War, 1939 64
The Conquest of Europe 66
Operation Barbarossa 68
Germany's War at Sea 70
The Turn of the Tide, 1942-1944 72
Germany's War in the Air 74
The Defeat of the Reich, 1944-1945 76
Pt. V The German New Order 78
German Rule in Europe 82
Planning the Post-War Order 84
Allies, Collaborators and Imitators 86
Exploitation and Plunder 88
Resistance and Terror in Europe 90
Genocide 92
Pt. VI German Society and Total War 94
Mobilizing for Total War 98
The Rise of the SS 100
The Impact of Bombing 102
Resistance, Terror and Collapse 104
Pt. VII The Aftermath 106
Occupation and State Formation 110
The Costs and Consequences of Defeat 112
The Survival of Neo-Nazism 114
Timelines 116
Statistical Appendix 122
References 134
Index 137
Acknowledgements 143
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