This book identifies the main factors by which the Nazi movement rose to power and measures their relative importance. It discusses Hitler's leadership, the strategy of party tacticians, and the favorable circumstances of popular economic and social discontent. Based on more than 600 autobiographies obtained from followers of Hitler, The Nazi Movement explains the social bases of Nazism and why it was so appealing. Theodore Abel argues that no movement can succeed unless its adherents are motivated by deep, persistent, and ...

The Nazi Movement 2012, Taylor & Francis, New Brunswick, NJ

ISBN-13: 9781412846134

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