Responses to Nazism in Britain, 1933-1939: Before War and Holocaust (Hardback)
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Short Description for Responses to Nazism in Britain, 1933-1939 This study examines the large body of literature on Nazism that was produced in the years 1933-1939. Shifting attention away from high politics or appeasement, it reveals that a remarkably wide range of responses was available to the reading public.
- Published: 05 December 2003
- Format: Hardback 288 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780333994054 ISBN 10: 0333994051
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How was Nazism discussed in the 1930s? Studies of the period have traditionally focused on the politics of appeasement, on British and German foreign policy, or on the British Union of Fascists. Through a study of a large body of neglected literature, Responses to Nazism in Britain reveals that a far broader range of responses was made and debated. From remarkably sophisticated philosophical analyses to pro-Nazi apologias, with all shades of opinion in between, the British reading public was presented with a picture of Nazism that was, if anything, more advanced than that put forward by the government and its main supporters in the press. Combining history of ideas and cultural history, Responses to Nazism in Britain suggests that before the war and the Holocaust, not a day went by when the shape and substance of British cultural and political debates were not informed by what was happening in Germany.