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Nazi Germany: A New History

by Klaus P. Fischer

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A military, social, and political history of the Third Reich argues that Nazism was not the inevitable next step for Germany, but rather that certain factors enabled Hitler to seize power and cause the annihilation of European Jews.
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Dopo un lavoro di ricerca durato dieci anni, questo libro fa il punto su mezzo secolo di studi, proponendo in molti casi nuove interpretazioni che gettano una luce diversa su argomenti controversi, come ad esempio quello della psicopatia di Hitler. ( )
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