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The Nazi Seizure of Power. The Experience of…

The Nazi Seizure of Power. The Experience of a Single German Town,… (1984)

by William Sheridan Allen

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This is a closely researched history of Northeim, a town in Hanover of about 10,000 people in 1930, concerning the years from 1922 to 1945. The book attempts to figure out why the Nazis won there. I did not find the book dramatic or excessively interesting. ( )
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Documents the propaganda and politics that brought Naziism to power in one German town where the population was predominately Lutheran and the largest local employer was the Civil Service.

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