By Michael Freeman, Jayne Lewin, Tim Mason
Initially released in hardback in simple terms in 1987, Michael Freeman's helpful advisor to the heritage of Nazi Germany now returns to print in a considerably revised moment version. facing all features of the Nazi regime, it really is way over simply an atlas: the mixing of the maps themselves with charts and different visually-displayed info, and an intensive and authoritative remark, makes this a booklet to learn in addition to to consult.
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11 The social characteristics of the NSDAP membership Domestic servant Domestic White-coilar workers Domestic The occupational structure of the NSDAP membership by the outbreak of the depression Self-employed Domestic servant Domestic servant servant Domestic servant servants The occupational structure of the NSDAP membership compared with the national occupational structure as of the Reich census of 1925 Domestic Domestic servants Pub lic servants NSDAP Reich Source : Broszat . 1981 40 35 25 Ages 18-29 15 10 5 40-49 0 Zero the y Part the PartyParty attracted to join the Party 20 The age structure of NSDAP recruits, 1925-32, measured against the age structure of the Reich population to join the Party 30 40-49 -5 50-59 -10 -10 1929 60+ 1929 1929 1931 Source: Kater, 1983 class were attracted to join the Party not for the VISIOn of society that it embraced(this vision was vague, anyway), but for its stand againstvarious elementsof the establishedorder.
Town halls, courts, banks, trade union, political party and newspaperoffices were occupied. There were summary arrests of opponentsof the regime (Fig. 23). In a matterof days, in fact, effective governmentof the Landerwas in the handsof Reich Commissioners, many of them prominent Nazi officials. The strongestresistance came in Bavaria, but the Nazis won the day when appealsfor the intervention of the Reichswehrwere rebuffed by Hindenburg,the Reich President. He did this first by persuadingthe new Reichstagto grant him (as chancellor)full executive and legislative powers for a period of four years.
1920 National Socialist inter-state bureau : I I HITLER CHAIRMAN NSDAPJuly 1921 EARLY 1922 Party has approx. 6,000 members J + Nov. 1923 approx. 55,000 MUNICH PUTSCH 8/9 Nov. 1923 - fails ; party proscribed from Rei ch; Hitler arrested and imprisoned Absorbed into NAZI PARTY by 1926 5 Mein Kampf 21 The DAP and the NSDAP also represented popular mass-appeal off-shoots of the Thule Society, a militant, nationalist, anti-semitic, anti-communistsect basedin Munich. The sect had its own newspaper,the Munich Observer, and servedas an important political and social arenafor aspiring right-wing groups.
Atlas Nazi Germany: Political Social Anatomy (2nd Edition) by Michael Freeman, Jayne Lewin, Tim Mason