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Inside Hitlers Germany

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With photographs and text, Hughes (modern world history, U. College, Northampton, England) and Mann (European history, U. of Surrey and U. College, London) reconstruct life in Germany not just during the war, but also in the early 1930s when Nazism brought economic benefits and genocide was just pol
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published September 1st 2000 by Potomac Books
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Apr 05, 2015 Anysha rated it really liked it
+: zajímavý a méně známý fotografický materiál, přehledné členění kapitol (Nacismus a ekonomika, Nacismus a ženy..), dobře popsaný kontext nástupu NSDAP k moci, důvody její popularity pro obyvatele a následný "rozkvět" Německa ve 30. letech (výstavba dálniční sítě, Kruppovy závody..)

- : je to spíš úvod do tématu, znalcům nepřinese nové informace
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Oct 20, 2015 Kate Forsyth rated it really liked it
A broad and accessible look at life in the Third Reich, with lots of pictures and breakout boxes. Useful and informative, with a good bibliography.
Katie Rose
Jan 03, 2012 Katie Rose rated it really liked it
Matthew Hughes put together a wide variety of information about World War 2 in this magnificent book. I can find almost any information I want, or at least gather an idea of where to go from there. While I believe he should have explained certain words more, or described some people better in general, I LOVE how it has everything from rarely seen pictures of Hitler's father to direct quotes.
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May 30, 2010 Hunter Bustamante rated it liked it
I don't usually enjoy books about war or history, but since this was European history and a required assignment for my Lit. class, I decided to read it. This, surprisingly, was a good book. I enjoyed the psychiatric look on the Nazi party's rise and fall. I would recommend this book to those reluctant to read about history, it might just change your mind about history books.
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Dr Matthew Hughes was Senior Lecturer in Military and International History and Director of the Centre for Conflict Studies at the University of Salford. His publications include Allenby and British Strategy in the Middle East, 1917-19 (London: Frank Cass 1999).
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