By Michael Freeman, Jayne Lewin, Tim Mason
Initially released in hardback basically in 1987, Michael Freeman's important consultant to the historical past of Nazi Germany now returns to print in a considerably revised moment version. facing all points of the Nazi regime, it's way over simply an atlas: the combination of the maps themselves with charts and different visually-displayed information, and an in depth and authoritative remark, makes this a e-book to learn in addition to to consult.
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6,000 members J + Nov. 1923 approx. 55,000 MUNICH PUTSCH 8/9 Nov. 1923 - fails ; party proscribed from Rei ch; Hitler arrested and imprisoned Absorbed into NAZI PARTY by 1926 5 Mein Kampf 21 The DAP and the NSDAP also represented popular mass-appeal off-shoots of the Thule Society, a militant, nationalist, anti-semitic, anti-communistsect basedin Munich. The sect had its own newspaper,the Munich Observer, and servedas an important political and social arenafor aspiring right-wing groups. Hitler was successful in both.
Hitler interpretedthe election results as a grand success,as a mandatefor 'national revolution'. And as the following weeks and months of 1933 unfolded, this view was put vigorously into practice. Now Hitler began to make use of the elaborateParty organisationon the ground, including the SA and the SS. The paramilitary wings moved swiftly into action in those Lander where the Party still had no majority, namely in Bavaria, Baden, Hesse,Saxonyand WUrttemberg,and in the city statesof Hamburg,Bremen and LUbeck (Fig.
That an institution like the Reichswehr should give token backing to Hitler reinforced this state of mind, for here was the ultimate guardian (historically) of Reich security. And before more concertedefforts could be set in train, the Nazis had all but destroyedthe legitimate meansof dissent. One of the critical difficulties faced by opposition groups was the astonishing speed with which Hitler was able to consolidate the Nazis' power. In part this was a result of precedingdevelopments:the suspension of parliamentary government and its replacement by government by emergency decree; and the absorption of Prussia into the Reich.