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Hitler. Essai sur le charisme en politique
Title:Hitler. Essai sur le charisme en politique
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Number of Pages:413
Category:History, Biography, Non fiction, World war ii, War, Germany
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Making Friends with Hitler: Lord Londonderry, the Nazis & the Road to War, Hitler: 1936-1945 Nemesis (Hitler, #2), To Hell and Back: Europe 1914-1949, The Nazi Dictatorship: Problems and Perspectives of Interpretation, Hitler, the Germans, and the Final Solution, Hitler, Hitler: 1889-1936 Hubris (Hitler, #1), The Hitler Myth: Image and Reality in the Third Reich, The End: The Defiance and Destruction of Hitler's Germany 1944-45, Fateful Choices: Ten Decisions That Changed the World, 1940-1941
This widely used text on the Nazi regime explores the complex issues historians face when they interpret the Third Reich Kershaw expertly synthesizes data and evaluates complex historiography looking at the major themes and debates among scholars about Nazism Drawing on the findings of a wide range of research particularly the work of German scholars which has not been widely available in English editions he uncovers interpretational problems outlines the approaches taken by various historians and provides clear evaluations of their positions br br This edition reflects current concerns and fresh research and contains substantial revisions to the chapter on Hitler and the Jews and an updated survey of recent historical work including Goldhagen s controversial book i Hitler s Willing Executioners i, From his illegitimate birth in a small Austrian village to his fiery death in a bunker under the Reich chancellery in Berlin Adolf Hitler left a murky trail strewn with contradictory tales amp overgrown with self created myths One truth prevails the sheer scale of the evils that he unleashed on the world has made him a demonic figure without equal in this century Kershaw s Hitler brings us closer than ever before to the character of the bizarre misfit in his year ascent from a Viennese shelter for the indigent to uncontested rule over the German nation that had tried amp rejected democracy in the crippling aftermath of WWI With extraordinary vividness Kershaw recreates the settings that made Hitler s rise possible the virulent anti Semitism of prewar Vienna the crucible of a war with immense casualties the toxic nationalism that gripped Bavaria in the s the undermining of the Weimar Republic by extremists of the Right amp the Left the hysteria that accompanied Hitler s seizure of power in amp then mounted in brutal attacks by his storm troopers on Jews amp others condemned as enemies of the Aryan race In an account drawing on many previously untapped sources Hitler metamorphoses from an obscure fantasist a drummer sounding an insistent beat of hatred in Munich beer halls to the instigator of an infamous failed putsch amp ultimately to the leadership of a ragtag alliance of right wing parties fused into a movement that enthralled the German people This volume st of two ends with the promulgation of the infamous Nuremberg laws that pushed German Jews to the outer fringes of society amp with the march of the German army into the Rhineland Hitler s initial move toward the abyss of war, b The Penguin History of Europe series reaches the twentieth century with acclaimed scholar Ian Kershaw s long anticipated analysis of the pivotal years of World War I and World War II b br br The European catastrophe the long continuous period from to was unprecedented in human history an extraordinarily dramatic often traumatic and endlessly fascinating period of upheaval and transformation This new volume in the Penguin History of Europe series offers comprehensive coverage of this tumultuous era Beginning with the outbreak of World War I through the rise of Hitler and the aftermath of the Second World War award winning British historian Ian Kershaw combines his characteristic original scholarship and gripping prose as he profiles the key decision makers and the violent shocks of war as they affected the entire European continent and radically altered the course of European history Kershaw identifies four major causes for this catastrophe an explosion of ethnic racist nationalism bitter and irreconcilable demands for territorial revisionism acute class conflict given concrete focus through the Bolshevik Revolution and a protracted crisis of capitalism br br Incisive brilliantly written and filled with penetrating insights i To Hell and Back i offers an indispensable study of a period in European history whose effects are still being felt today br, b blockquote From the preeminent Hitler biographer a fascinating and original exploration of how the Third Reich was willing and able to fight to the bitter end of World War II blockquote b Countless books have been written about why Nazi Germany lost World War II yet remarkably little attention has been paid to the equally vital question of how and why it was able to hold out as long as it did The Third Reich did not surrender until Germany had been left in ruins and almost completely occupied Even in the near apocalyptic final months when the war was plainly lost the Nazis refused to sue for peace Historically this is extremely rare p Drawing on original testimony from ordinary Germans and arch Nazis alike award winning historian Ian Kershaw explores this fascinating question in a gripping and focused narrative that begins with the failed bomb plot in July and ends with the German capitulation in May Hitler desperate to avoid a repeat of the disgraceful German surrender in was of course critical to the Third Reich s fanatical determination but his power was sustained only because those below him were unable or unwilling to challenge it Even as the military situation grew increasingly hopeless Wehrmacht generals fought on their orders largely obeyed and the regime continued its ruthless persecution of Jews prisoners and foreign workers Beneath the hail of allied bombing German society maintained some semblance of normalcy in the very last months of the war The Berlin Philharmonic even performed on April less than three weeks before Hitler s suicide p p As Kershaw shows the structure of Hitler s charismatic rule created a powerful negative bond between him and the Nazi leadership they had no future without him and so their fates were inextricably tied Terror also helped the Third Reich maintain its grip on power as the regime began to wage war not only on its ideologically defined enemies but also on the German people themselves Yet even as each month brought fresh horrors for civilians popular support for the regime remained linked to a patriotic support of Germany and a terrible fear of the enemy closing in p p Based on prodigious new research Kershaw s i The End i is a harrowing yet enthralling portrait of the Third Reich in its last desperate gasps p