By Michael Freeman, Jayne Lewin, Tim Mason
Initially released in hardback basically in 1987, Michael Freeman's worthy advisor to the background of Nazi Germany now returns to print in a considerably revised moment variation. facing all features of the Nazi regime, it really is excess of 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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Leipzig 30. Chemnitz-Zwickau 31. Wurttemberg 32. Baden 33. Hesse-Darmstadt 34. Hamburg 35. Mecklenburg 13 23 23 23 23 23 23 14 23 23 23 22 23 23 17 23 23 2323 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 The grand lessonof the failed putsch was that any Nazi revolution would have to be organisedthrough the existing machinery of governmentand politics (Fig. 5). To many of the Nazi Party faithful, a campaign for parliamentaryrepresentationappearedanathema,but Hitler and several of his closestadvisersquickly recognisedthat there was little alternative and thus the Party made its first foray into nationwide legal representationwith the Reichstagelections of May 1924 (Fig.
In Prussia, Goering did not hesitate to use the decree to make large-scale arrests of communists and any persons who co-operatedwith or supported them. Outside Prussia, arrests were more selective, but all German Communist Party (KPD) activities becameillegal. 9 per cent of the national vote, an increaseof almost 11 percentagepoints over the previous Novemberelection (Fig. 21). Even given the impedimentsto a free election posedby the various emergencydecrees of February 1933, this result constituted one of the strongestmandatesin the electoralhistory of the Weimar Republic.
Both featurestendedto be reinforcedby the tradition of Germanseparatism. It would be wrong, though, to give the impressionthat the Nazi movement penetratedno further than southernGermany. The absorptionin December 1922 of the German Socialist Party, which had local centres throughout much of Germany,widened Nazi influence almost overnight. Moreover, the symbolismof the party permeatedan extensivearea, emphasisingwhat was to become a vital 'engine' in the acquisition of power: mass persuasion without real political understandingor conviction.
Atlas of Nazi Germany : a political, economic, and social anatomy of the Third Reich by Michael Freeman, Jayne Lewin, Tim Mason