Hitler's Crusade: Bolshevism, the Jews and the Myth of Conspiracy

Hitler's Crusade: Bolshevism, the Jews and the Myth of Conspiracy

by Lorna Waddington



Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781780763750
Publisher: I. B.Tauris & Company, Limited
Publication date: 12/24/2012
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Lorna Waddington is Lecturer in International History at the University of Leeds.

Table of Contents

The Road to Moscow: 'Jewish-Bolshevism' and the Impact of Nazi Ideology on the Development of Foreign Policy
• 'Spreading the Word': Hitler, the Great Powers and the International Bolshevik Conspiracy, 1931-33
• The Reorientation of German Ostpolitik: Russia, Poland and the Eastern Pact, 1933-3
• An Anglo-German Vanguard against Bolshevism? Hitler's Quest for British Co-operation against Russia, 1933-35
• Anti-Bolshevism and the Mobilization of Allies, 1933-36
• The Mobilization of Propaganda, 1934-36
• The Failure of Hitler's Anti-Bolshevik Appeal, 1936
• Politics and Propaganda in the 'Year of Awareness', 1937
• Hitler, the Hossbach Conference and the Crises of 1938-39
• The Ebb and Flow of Anti-Bolshevism, 1939-40
• The Primacy of Ideology: Hitler, Operation Barbarossa and the Eradication of Bolshevism, 1940-43
• Goebbels, the Antikomintern and the Propaganda Onslaught against Bolshevism, 1941-43
• Occupation and Co-operation: Russians and Europeans against Bolshevism, 1941-43
• Overview and Epilogue
• Bibliography

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