Symbolism and ritual as used by the National Socialists / by Stephanie M. Holcomb
Includes bibliographical references (p. 80-82)
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Utilizing symbolism and ritual, the most important factors leading to the rise of National Socialism in Germany are examined. The thesis delineates the general history of Germany up to the rise of Hitler and reviews several major historical works on the Nazi's rise. It also examines the theoretical literature on symbolism and ritual before analyzing the Nazi's use of symbolism and ritual in their ascension to and maintenance of power.
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