Nazism 1919–1945 Volume 3

Foreign Policy, War and Racial Extermination: A Documentary Reader

Edited by Jeremy Noakes and G. Pridham

£19.99
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ISBN: 9780859896023

Publication: August 1, 2001

Series: Exeter Studies in History

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This is a new edition of Volume Three of the four volume collection of documents on Nazism 1919-1945, with substantial revisions to three chapters and the inclusion of many new documents, an index and a revised bibliography. The volume contains the most systematic documentation available in English of the Nazi programmes of racial and eugenic extermination, including a case study of the occupation of Poland.

Jeremy Noakes is Professor of History at Exeter University.

Contents Preface 25 Hitler's Foreign Policy 'Programme' 26 The Regime and the Armed Forces 1933-36 27 German Foreign Policy 1933-1937 28 German Foreign Policy 1938-1939: The Road to War 29 The Successful Blitzkriege 1939-1940 30 Strategic Vacillation, June-December 1940 31 From Blitzkreig to World War: January-December 32 The Turning Point 1942-1943 33 The Road to Defeat 1943-1945 34 The Nazi Empire 35 The German Occupation of Poland 36 The 'Euthanasia' Programme 1939-1945 37 The Persecution of the Jews 1939-1941 38 The Transition to the Systematic Extermination of the Jews 1941-1942 39 The Extermination Camps Maps List of Sources Selective Bibliography Index

Format: Paperback

Edition: New edition, with rewritten chapters on the extermination of the Jews, and wth Index

Size: 210 x 148 mm

648 Pages

ISBN: 9780859896023

Publication: August 1, 2001

Series: Exeter Studies in History

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