The Oxford Illustrated History of the Third Reich
little wonder that since 1945 generations of historians keep trying to explain how it all happened.
This richly illustrated history provides a readable and fresh approach to the complex history of the Third Reich, from the coming to power of the Nazis in 1933 to the final collapse in 1945. Using photographs, paintings, propaganda images, and a host of other such materials from a wide range of sources, including official documents, cinema, and the photography of contemporary amateurs, foreigners, and the Allied armies, it distils our ideas about the period and provides a balanced and
accessible account of the whole era.
- Hardback | 400 pages
- 197 x 250 x 22mm | 944g
- 01 May 2018
- Oxford University Press
- Oxford, United Kingdom
- 130 colour and black & white illustrations; 4 maps
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Table of contents
1: Matthew Stibbe: The Weimar Republic and the Rise of National Socialism
2: Hermann Beck: The Nazi 'Seizure of Power'
3: Hedwig Richter and Ralph Jessen: Elections, Plebiscites, and Festivals
4: Jonathan Petropoulos: Architecture and the Arts
5: David F. Crew: Photography and Cinema
6: Peter Hayes: The Economy
7: Omer Bartov: The Holocaust
8: Dieter Pohl: War and Empire
9: Julia S. Torrie: The Home Front
10: Robert Gellately: Decline and Collapse
About Robert Gellately
Press. He lives in Tallahassee, Florida.