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EXORCISING HITLER: THE OCCUPATION AND DENAZIFICATION OF GERMANY

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EXORCISING HITLER: THE OCCUPATION AND DENAZIFICATION OF GERMANY

EXORCISING HITLER: THE OCCUPATION AND DENAZIFICATION OF GERMANY

 TAYLOR, FREDERICK

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คำที่เกี่ยวข้อง EUROPEAN HISTORY

Synopsis: EXORCISING HITLER: THE OCCUPATION AND DENAZIFICATION OF GERMANY

Frederick Taylor tells the story of Germany's year zero and what came after. As he describes the final Allied campaign, the hunting down of the Nazi resistance, the vast displacement of peoples in central and eastern Europe, the attitudes of the conquerors, the competition between Soviet Russia and the West, the hunger and near starvation of a once proud people, the initially naive attempt at expunging Nazism from all aspects of German life and the later more pragmatic approach, we begin to understand that despite almost total destruction, a combination of conservatism, enterprise and pragmatism in relation to former Nazis enabled the economic miracle of the 1950s. And we see how it was only when the '60s generation (the children of the Nazi era) began to question their parents with increasing violence that Germany began to awake from its 'sleep cure'.

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ISBN 9781408822128
Weight 0.36
Publisher BLOOMSBURY UK
Book Size (cm.) 129x198x29
Dimension Width(กว้าง)(CM) 5.1969
Dimension Length(ยาว)(CM) 1.2598
Dimension High(สูง/หนา)(CM) 7.7559
Language English
Number of Pages 480

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Frederick Taylor tells the story of Germany's year zero and what came after. As he describes the final Allied campaign, the hunting down of the Nazi resistance, the vast displacement of peoples in central and eastern Europe, the attitudes of the conquerors, the competition between Soviet Russia and the West, the hunger and near starvation of a once proud people, the initially naive attempt at expunging Nazism from all aspects of German life and the later more pragmatic approach, we begin to understand that despite almost tot view all

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