National socialist violence and anti-semitism as propaganda in Germany, 1928-1934 / by Alexander W. Anderson
Includes bibliographical references (p. 120-123)
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This thesis is an analysis of National Socialist violence and anti-Semitism as propaganda from 1928-1934. It states that the primary role of NSDAP violence and anti-Semitic propaganda was to mute public opinion in Germany, and to manipulate the German population into a state of apathy regarding National Socialist policy. To this end, the effects of National Socialist violence end anti-Semitism on Germans, Jews, and the British foreign press are analyzed.
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