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Nazism 1919-1945 Volume 1: The Rise to Power 1919-1934 (A Documentary Reader) Paperback – 1 Mar 1998
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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.
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Jeremy Noakes is Professor of History at Exeter University.
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There are four main chapters; one, from the founding of the Nazi Party to the Beer Hall Putsch in November 1923; two, the creation of a nationwide party organization from 1924 to 1928 inclusive; three, the emergence of Nazism as a mass movement from 1928 to 1933 inclusive and four, the struggle for and seizure of power covering the period from 1930 to 1933-34.
The document texts are linked by a succinct, detailed and very readable commentary text and preceded by an introductory chapter on the ideological roots of Nazism and the radical right-wing völkisch movement in Germany.
All references to the sources of documents quoted are listed at the back of the volume, enabling readers who so wish to investigate further.
The author achieves a very well-balanced collection of documents.
This document collection should enable readers to build on solid evidence a strong foundation for understanding the history of Germany and the Nazis from 1919 to 1934. This book and the rest of the series is an excellent accompaniment for any study of this subject and it is very well worth using.