Nazism 1919–1945 Volume 1

The Rise to Power 1919–1934: A Documentary Reader

Edited by Jeremy Noakes and G. Pridham

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ISBN: 9780859895989

Publication: March 1, 1998

Series: Exeter Studies in History

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Volume 1 of this series of documents with commentary covers the period from the founding of the Nazi Party in 1919 to Hitler's assumption of the office of Fuhrer and Reich Chancellor of 1 August 1934. The documents in the four volumes of this series are drawn from a wide range of sources - official and party documents, memoirs, letters, diaries and newspapers - and are linked with a commentary. The combination of documents and commentary represents at the same time a textbook, a contribution to scholarship and a source book for students and historians.

Jeremy Noakes is Professor of History at Exeter University.

Table of Contents Preface Introduction 1 From the Founding Party to the Putsch 1919-23 (i) The founding of the Party (ii) Hitler takes over the Party leadership, August 1921 (iii) The Development of the Party, 1921-23 (iv) The Hitler-Putsch 8-9 November 1923 2 The Creation of a Nationwide Party Organisation 1924-28 (i) The Refounding of the Party 27 February 1925 (ii) The assertion of the Primacy of the 'Fuhrer' (iii) The creation of the Party Cadre 3 The Emergence of Nazism as a Mass Movement 1928-1933 (i) The Breakthrough 1928-30 (ii) Propaganda 1930-32 (iii) Statistics and the Social and Geographical Bases of Nazism 4 The Struggle for Power 1930-33 (i) The Path of Legality and the problem of the SA (ii) Relations between Nazis and Nationalists in 1931-32 (iii) From Bruning to Papen (iv) The Crisis Months, August-December 1932 The Appointment of Hitler as Chancellor, 30 January 1933 5 The 'Seizure of Power' 1933-34 (i) The 'National Uprising'-The Election Campaign of February-March 1933 (ii) The Seizure of Power in the States and the SA/Party 'Revolution from Below' of March 1933 (iii) The 'Coordination' of the Reichstag and of the Political Parties, March-June 1933 (iv) The Revolution Stabilised: Conflict with the SA List of Sources A Selective Bibliography Index

Format: Paperback

Edition: New edition with index

Size: 210 x 148 mm

220 Pages

ISBN: 9780859895989

Publication: March 1, 1998

Series: Exeter Studies in History

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