Mein Kampf

Author: Adolf Hitler
Publisher: Archive Media Publishing Limited
ISBN: 9781908538697
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At head of title: The Third Reich from original sources.

The Third Reich Sourcebook

Author: Anson Rabinbach
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520208676
Size: 10.27 MB
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After the mountain of books that have been published on Nazism, it can seem implausible that there is still more to learn. This brilliantly conceived collection of primary documents shows that there is indeed more – much more.

Encyclopaedia Judaica

Author: Fred Skolnik
ISBN: 9780028659435
Size: 59.12 MB
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Subsequent official documents usually replaced the term non-Aryan with the
more specific "Jewish Mischling first or second degree" and Jew. Although by
1938 ... The Nazis used these Nuremberg Laws to define, control, and
dehumanize Jews and Mischlinge and eventually to expel them from "Aryan"
society. bibliography: primary sources: Akten der Parteikanz- lei der nsdap:
Rekonstruktion eines verlorengegangenen Bestandes, Bundesarchiv (Akten-
NSDAP), Microfiches, hrsg. v.

Adolf Hitler Kavgam

Author: Adolf Hitler
ISBN: 8893155052
Size: 55.25 MB
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Dünyanın seyrini değiştiren en kanlı diktatörlerden birisi olan Adolf Hitler'in hayatına yön vereceği ideallerini, fikirlerini ve hatıralarını kaleme alarak yazdığı tek eseri olan, dünyada milyonlarca baskı yapan kitabı ...

Congressional Record

Author: United States. Congress
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Eventually the lengthening shadow of the swastika, according to every bit of Nazi
documentation from Hitler's “Mein Kampf” to Dr. Goebbel's not exactly disarming
propaganda, must, according to these apostles of expansion, extend to every
quarter of the globe. The very core of nazi-ism today in Europe is the strident
assertion of Germanic supremacy. The foundations for expansion lie in the
understandable doctrine of inclusion of all “lost" Germans bordering the Third
Reich of 1933 ...