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Rupert Colley

Nazi Germany: History in an Hour

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Love history? Know your stuff with History in an Hour.
Having suffered during World War One — not only the indignities of political betrayal and battlefield defeat but also starvation, fuel shortages and a domestic flu epidemic — the German people were left in widespread discontent. Soon inflation and economic stagnation had further sunk the nation into exhaustion, humiliation and disillusionment.
Capitalizing on the nation’s instability, the Nazi Party, led by the embittered former soldier Adolf Hitler, achieved an improbable political dominance. Nazi Germany: History in an Hour explains how the elimination of political rivals and the Weimar constitution created a Nazi controlled Germany. Under violent state control and propaganda, life was altered across society, for women, for the family and, most significantly, for the Jews. As Hitler manipulated foreign policy to impose his ideology, Nazi Germany brought the world into war.
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  • بنك الذّاكرةhas quoted5 years ago
    and with the weather turning against them, the German juggernaut ground to a halt only fifteen miles short of Moscow.

    On 7 December 1941, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, bringing the US into the war. Four days later, Hitler declared war on America. The war was now truly a global conflict
  • بنك الذّاكرةhas quoted5 years ago
    Hitler visited Warsaw on 5 October and, casting a satisfied eye over the devastated capital, declared, ‘this is how I deal with any European city’. With another of his objectives achieved, Hitler could have made overtures towards peace talks. No such suggestions were made.
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    Hitler had no right to invade Czechoslovakia. Appeasement was dead and Hitler was not a man to trust.

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