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Fascism in Germany : how Hitler destroyed the world's most powerful labour movement / by Robert Black.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: DD256.5 .B568 1975 v. 2

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    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Black, Robert.
    Published
    London : Steyne Publications, 1975
    Locale
    Germany
    Contents
    v. 1. The roots of German reaction
    Marx and Engels on the German question : Bonapartism and the Bismarckian legacy
    'Blood and Iron' : the politics of German heavy industry
    The heroic age of German labour
    The imperialist crucible
    The first seeds are sown
    The first betrayals : social democracy in war and revolution
    The political economy of national socialism
    Hitler : the formative years
    No man's land
    NSDAP
    Italy : the first warning
    From Kapp to Munich : genesis of a strategy
    Big business rationalises
    Hitler rebuilds
    United Front from below
    The world crises and the fall of Mueller
    v. 2. September 14, 1930
    'Toleration'
    Hitler's road to Harzburg
    'Red Unions'
    Stalin over Germany : from Rapallo to Red Referendum
    The 18th Brumaire of Franz von Papen
    The last chance
    National concentration
    Capital and labour in the Third Reich
    Appendices. German Fascism and the historians. Social democracy on the German catastrophe. History falsified. Germany and the Fourth International.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (p. [1141]-[1153]) and index.
    v. 1. The roots of German reaction -- Marx and Engels on the German question : Bonapartism and the Bismarckian legacy -- 'Blood and Iron' : the politics of German heavy industry -- The heroic age of German labour -- The imperialist crucible -- The first seeds are sown -- The first betrayals : social democracy in war and revolution -- The political economy of national socialism -- Hitler : the formative years -- No man's land -- NSDAP -- Italy : the first warning -- From Kapp to Munich : genesis of a strategy -- Big business rationalises -- Hitler rebuilds -- United Front from below -- The world crises and the fall of Mueller -- v. 2. September 14, 1930 -- 'Toleration' -- Hitler's road to Harzburg -- 'Red Unions' -- Stalin over Germany : from Rapallo to Red Referendum -- The 18th Brumaire of Franz von Papen -- The last chance -- National concentration -- Capital and labour in the Third Reich -- Appendices. German Fascism and the historians. Social democracy on the German catastrophe. History falsified. Germany and the Fourth International.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0950357103
    Physical Description
    2 v. ([10], 1288 p.) ; 18 cm.

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