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Jahre der Entscheidung 1: Deutschland und die Weltgeschichtliche Entwicklung

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Oswald Spengler's last major text, examining the political realities of Germany immediately following Hitler's seizure of power. Heavily critical of the National Socialist regime, the work was banned by the Nazi state in 1934. The work specifically criticizes the pseudo-science of Nazi racism, seeing it as an attempt to hijack Darwinism (for which Spengler had expressed di ...more
Published 1933 by C.H. Beck
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und ich denke diese schöne Ausgabe ist auch meine-ich muss es ausssuchen. Es ist lange her seit ich dem Buch las aber ich kann mich erinnern wie deutlich er warnte vor den Fehler der NS Bewegung, mdas Ausland und die Auslandspolitik ernst zu nehmen. War die Machtergreifung nicht wie ein Feier mit gefährlichem Alkohol? Er warnte und sah was kommen würde, nämlich die Rache der Reste der Welt. Deutschland meinte Experte in Sache innere Politik zu sein udn hat gerade eine Revolution vollbracht aber ...more
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Oswald Spengler was born in 1880 in Blankenburg (then in the Duchy of Brunswick, German Empire) at the foot of the Harz mountains, the eldest of four children, and the only boy. His family was conservative German of the petite bourgeoisie. His father, originally a mining technician, who came from a long line of mineworkers, was a post office bureaucrat. His childhood home was emotionally reserved, ...more
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