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Most studies on the spread of Nazism in German society before and after 1933 concentrate on the country's western parts. As a result, so the author claims, our overall picture of the situation has been distorted since the eastern areas contained a substantial portion of the population.
Neglecting them means that all generalizations about the Nazi period require further testing. This first comprehensive study of Saxony therefore fills a large gap, also in light of the fact that Saxony was one of the most industrialized German regions. It deals with problems of continuity and change in German society during three distinct phases: constitutional monarchy, parliamentary democracy, and dictatorship. The author shows convincingly that deep-rooted local traditions are what determined the success or failure of Nazism among the local population.
Title: Nazism in Central Germany: The Brownshirts in 'Red' Saxony (Monographs in German History)
Publisher: Berghahn Books:
ISBN Number: 1571819428
ISBN Number 13: 9781571819420
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