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The period of German history from 1933 - 1945, specifically regarding the rise of the National Socialist German Workers Party

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The Wikipedia article to which you give the link is a bit vague. There is a better account of him here: http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-2830905643.html especially this: “The Cellon-Werke prospe …
answered Nov 12 '15 by fdb
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Dachau concentration camp was set up in 1933 to imprison political opponents of the Nazi regime, mainly communists. Non-communist Jews began to be sent there in 1938. Unlike Auschwitz, it was never a …
answered Aug 6 '15 by fdb
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The answer to your question is: Yes. The Communist Party of Germany (KPD) referred to the Nazis as "Faschisten" long before the Nazis came to power. Their struggle against the regime (once the latter …
answered Nov 10 '15 by fdb
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This depends on what you mean by protest. Mexico was apparently the only country that protested officially to the League of Nations. The Soviet Union condemned the annexation of Austria, of course, as …
answered Aug 31 '14 by fdb
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You are certainly right to say “that the history of WW1 as taught after WW2 was strongly coloured by WW2”, or perhaps better: “as taught in the former allies”. At the outbreak of WW1 the allies consis …
answered Aug 22 '17 by fdb
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The Nazis certainly approved of Oliver Twist. As early as 1923 the principal Nazi newspaper Völkischer Beobachter printed a German translation of the book in instalments. See here: http://www.histo …
answered Apr 2 '14 by fdb
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It might be worth mentioning that the American and German films are both based on a novel by Lion Feuchtwanger, who was a Jew and an outspoken critic of the Nazis even before they came to power. The G …
answered Oct 16 '18 by fdb