2 edition of The Nazi seizure of power found in the catalog.
The Nazi seizure of power
William Sheridan Allen
|Statement||William Sheridan Allen.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 345 p. :|
|Number of Pages||345|
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The isbn for the newest paperback edition of the nazi seizure of power is it is published by echo point books & media. IT IS PUBLISHED BY ECHO POINT BOOKS & MEDIA. William Sheridan Allen’s research provides an intimate, comprehensive study of the mechanics of revolution and an analysis of the Nazi Party’s subversion of democracy/5(37).
The Nazi Seizure of Power is about how some people knew, and they tried and failed to stop them in one town. Northeim, the subject of the book, was There is a human cognitive flaw called hindsight bias, where actions that were in flux at the time seem obvious in hindsight/5.
The Nazi Seizure of Power: The Experience of a Single German Town, Paperback – January 1, byCited by: Start your review of The Nazi Seizure of Power: The Experience of a Single German Town,Revised Edition A worthwhile book, tracing the Weimar Republic era in one smallish town in Thuringia as the political conflicts evolved/5.
>The Nazi Seizure of by: The book's distinction lies rather in its fidelity to the facts in one particular town, with one set of civic officials (notably the Nazi ""Local Group Leader""), and one population—whose shift in attitudes, indifference and, in the end, total lack of comprehension of what was really happening convert the theory into actuality and make it both clearer and more readable.