Characteristics of the relationships between the Germans and Adolph Hitler, 1933-1939 / John G. Coccimiglio
Includes bibliographical references (p. 112-115)
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The conduct of the German people is a point of conjecture and disagreement. This thesis argues that the ordinary Germans desired to affect the regeneration of the German nation and to create a good society--not to support the Nazis. The focus is the common German as two interviewees were young Germans during the 1930's. The thesis supports the proposition that the people instituted an unwritten compact with Hitler to lead them to their goal. The motives were proper and the purposes were worthy, unlike those of Hitler. The thesis does not, however, exonerate the people from all responsibility. The method employed to maintain the proposition is deductive analysis. Many social topics are discussed. The major aspect of the thesis is a comprehensive study of the social-economic classes whereby utilizing an unusual approach and culmination in interesting revelations about the people's conduct.
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