How was the Nazi triumph possible? This remains one of the most insistent questions of our time. In this volume ten outstanding German historians and political scientists seek for the answers, investigating various aspects of German politics and society that paved the way for the takeover. The ten essays cover: the breakdown of democratic systems throughout Europe between the first and second world wars; the historical obstacles to parliamentarianism in Germany; anti-democratic thought in the Weimar Republic; the roles played by the Social Democratic Party, the Center Party, and the German Communist Party; the technique by which the Nazisseized power; the states of Nazi "coordination"; German resistance, and thelessons the downfall of the Weimar Republic has taught the Germany of today and tomorrow
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Book Description Anchor Books, 1966. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110385159684