Nazism, 1919-1945 A documentary reader

Jeremy Noakes, Geoffrey Pridham, 1942-

Book - 1998

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Series
Exeter studies in history
Subjects
Published
Exeter, UK : University of Exeter Press c1998.
Edition
New ed
Language
English
Item Description
" ... the second edition of a considerably revised version of the first two sections of the authors' Documents on Nazism, 1919-1945"--Preface, v. 1.
"First published in 1983 by University of Exeter Press"--T.p. verso, v. 1.
"New edition with index"--Cover.
Physical Description
v. ; 21 cm
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN
085989598X
0859894614
Other Authors
Jeremy Noakes (-), Geoffrey Pridham, 1942-
  • v. 1. The rise to power, 1919-1934
  • v. 2. State, economy, and society, 1933-1939
Review by Publisher Summary 1

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.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

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.