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Who voted for Hitler?

Richard F. Hamilton

Who voted for Hitler?

by Richard F. Hamilton

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Published by Princeton University Press in Guildford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hitler, Adolf, -- 1889-1945.

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    StatementRichard F. Hamilton.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18377253M

      At the same time, if you take all of the people who voted for the Nazis, the Communists and the German nationalists, a significant majority of Germans voted for some kind of Author: Chauncey Devega. Mein Kampf is a book written by Adolf Hitler several years after the end of World War I. Translated into English, the title can be understood as ‘My Struggle’ or ‘My Fight’. It contained a plan for Germany after World War I and many of Hitler’s ideas. In The Book Thief, it .

      After Hitler’s failed Beer Hall Putch, in November , the Nazis charged tactics and began to focus on electoral success rather than trying to take power in a coup. The party first entered the Reichstag in the May the following year, winning % of the . This work presents the historiographical debate surrounding Hitler and his role in the Third Reich. By focusing on the personality of Hitler and the nature of his power, the author tackles questions that are central to any understanding of National Socialism. Using a chronological framework, the basis of Hitler's authority and its endurance throughout the Third Reich is examined.

      Very much so. Hitler made it perfectly clear in both his speeches, and in his book, “Mein Kampf”. You should know that Hitler’s position on Jews wasn’t unique to the Nazis. In fact, almost all of the political parties, Center and Right Wing, were. Hitler has a fascination for Germany’s weaker sex ” Fifty percent of the National Socialist vote in ’32 came from women. Yet anti-Nationalist and feminist writers subject their readers to the worst kinds of bias to explain away this female popularity, even to suggesting that Hitler cultivated his female fan-base through an occult.


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Who voted for Hitler? by Richard F. Hamilton Download PDF EPUB FB2

Very detailed, very well researched. I'd guess the only text this rigorous on the Weimar Republic's voting record. Hamilton first demonstrates that prevailing myths about who is "at fault" for Hitler are completely unsubstantiated despite their domination of the academy, the leads you through the largest cities and surrounding countryside which paint a diverse picture of voting tendencies /5.

Challenging the traditional belief that Hitler's supporters were largely from the lower middle class, Richard F. Hamilton analyzes Nazi electoral successes by turning to previously untapped sources- Cited by: The book goes deeply into vote results in the regions and cities of Germany and even the districts, one by one, especially in Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt and Munich.

I highly recommend the book as required reading for history buffs and political by: Who Voted for Hitler. Book Description: Challenging the traditional belief that HitlerÕs supporters were largely from the lower middle class, Richard F.

Hamilton analyzes Nazi electoral successes by turning to previously untapped sources--urban voting records. The Problem: Who Voted for Hitler. How could it have happened. — that is the ever-recurring question about Germany of the s and s.

Although the question is a simple one, the problems involved in finding a satisfactory answer seem to defy human capacities. To deal with that question it helps to divide the history into its various : Princeton University Press.

Who Voted for Hitler. Richard F. Hamilton. Stay connected for the latest book news. Email. Top. United States. 41 William Street Princeton, New Jersey United States Phone: +1 Directions Europe. 6 Oxford Street, Woodstock Oxfordshire, OX20 1TR United Kingdom.

Hitler left Germany devastated; his legacy is the memory of one of the most dreadful tyrannies of modern times. Bibliography. See his Mein Kampf (complete tr. ), Hitler's Secret Conversations, – (tr. ), and Hitler's Secret Book (tr. Two weeks after the election, Hitler was able to pass an Enabling Act on 23 March with the support of all non-socialist parties, which effectively gave Hitler dictatorial powers.

Within months, the Nazis banned all other parties and turned the Reichstag into a rubberstamp legislature comprising only Turnout: 39, (%) pp.

Who Voted for Hitler. - Ebook written by Richard F. Hamilton. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Who Voted for Hitler?.Author: Richard F.

Hamilton. Adolf Hitler's rise to power began in Germany in September when Hitler joined the political party then known as the Deutsche Arbeiterpartei – DAP (German Workers' Party).

The name was changed in to the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei – NSDAP (National Socialist German Workers' Party, commonly known as the Nazi Party).It was anti-Marxist and opposed to the. Challenging the traditional belief that Hitler's supporters were largely from the lower middle class, Richard F.

Hamilton analyzes Nazi electoral successes by turning to previously untapped sources--urban voting records. This examination of data from a series of elections in fourteen of the largest German cities shows that in most of them the vote for the Nazis varied directly with the class.

Bywomen, of whom there were millions more than men – Berlin had 1, women for every 1, men – voted in roughly the same percentages as men for Hitler and National Socialist. Hitler was “saturated” with drugs, and throughout the war became increasingly dependent on a cocktail of substances, according to a new book.

While the Nazis appeared to be clean cut and opposed to chemicals, a pill called Pervitin became widely available under Hitler, according to “ Blitzed: Drugs in the Third Reich ” by Normal Ohler. Adolf Hitler rose to power in the s with the support of millions of Germans, men and women alike.

More than 30 essays written in and long forgotten shed light on why German women voted. Most Germans hadn’t voted for Hitler; most, if Hett can be believed, were either horrified or becoming deeply worried by the Nazis’ extremism and penchant for : Roger Lowenstein.

Women would vote for Hitler. Not because a woman could be talked into buying a catsup Popsicle while she was wearing white gloves, but because women are all fascists.

Don’t believe me. Let’s leave the constant threat of castration out of it for the moment. That makes it. “The first book that anyone who wants to learn about Hitler or [World War II] in Europe must read A marvel.” —Newsweek “Toland weaves the epic tapestry of popular history, meshing together thousands of details into monumental narratives of wartime drama.” —Chicago Tribune “An unusually revealing picture highly detailed marvelously absorbing must be ranked /5().

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Hitler book mysteriously vanishes from David Cameron's bookshelf. Posted Sunday 15 September by Greg Evans in news.

UPVOTE {{^voted}} UPVOTE {{/voted the arts and entertainment editor for the Telegraph noticed that Ian Kershaw's acclaimed biography about Adolf Hitler was missing in the picture featuring the former.

In the comment section of a post in the Pharyngula science blog [1] I found an entry where a man rather emphatically stated “If you think that Hitler was democratically elected you should buy a good history book“.

I do have a good history book (in fact, I have a lot of good history books), so I feel rather comfortable when I say that, yes, Hitler had been elected democratically. The Germans voted percent for unification.” -Hitler’s Revolution book. Hitler scheduled joint plebiscites in Austria & Germany for April 10 th, Both populations decided on whether to incorporate the two countries into a single state.

Adolf Hitler was leader of the Nazi Party who rose to become dictator of Germany. Hitler used his power to orchestrate the deaths of 6 million Jews and millions of others during World War II.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Princeton Legacy Library: Who Voted for Hitler?

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