The racial state

Germany, 1933-1945

By Burleigh, Michael & Wippermann, Wolfgang

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ISBN
978-0-52139-114-6
Publisher
Cambridge [England] ; Cambridge University Press, 1991.


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Reviewed on December 1, 1991

In looking at the racial underpinnings of virtually every move made by the Nazi state, this book tries to refute the idea that the Third Reich represented just another form of national modernization. The authors contend that the abomination of Hitler and Nazis...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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