An account of the development of the German forces under the Third Reich. German organisation and tactics are examined in action at twelve key engagements, from Czechoslovakia in 1938 to Berlin in 1945.
The purpose of this study is to reconstruct the images of Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich available to the American general magazine reader from the initial references to him in March, 1923, until his attack on Poland in September, 1939. It is not an analysis of the magazines themselves.
Most people have heard of the Stauffenberg Plot - the attempt to kill Hitler lauched by the German Resistance Movement in 1944 - but it is not widely known that this was only one of a long series of similar attacks. 'Killing Hitler' is an account of the surprisingly numerous attempts on the life of Adolf Hitler.
A comparative study of the lives and careers of Hitler and Stalin. Alternate chapters on each serve both to draw contrasts and highlight parallels. The author gives his reasons for believing that the key to an understanding the character of the two is the same.
Who's Who in Nazi Germany looks at the individuals who influenced every aspect of life in Nazi Germany. It covers a representative cross-section of German society from 1933-1945, and includes: * Nazi Party leaders; SS, Wehrmacht and Gestapo personalities; civil service and diplomatic personnel* industrialists, churchmen, intellectuals, artists, entertainers and sports personalities* resistance leaders, political dissidents, critics and victims of the regime* extensive biographical information on each figure extending into the post-war period* analysis of their role and significance in Nazi Germany* an accessible, easy to use A-Z layout* a glossary and comprehensive bibliography.