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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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How, if at all, did the Nazis change the approach taken to everyday crime in the time they were in power? I'm referring to 'normal' crime. I'm not talking about the many crimes that the Nazis committ …
asked May 20 '15 by Ne Mo
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This claim that the Nazis invented two-way video telephony is astonishing and I almost thought it was a hoax. Except it's not, because it's copiously referenced to contemporary sources. So other than …
asked Nov 25 '14 by Ne Mo
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Hitler became internationally known after the beer hall putsch in 1923. When did he first come to Mussolini's attention, and what did he say?
asked Dec 16 '15 by Ne Mo
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Hitler wrote of his admiration for Mussolini, but when it came to naming his party something they did not call it fascist (according to Konrad Heiden, Hitler did not want the party to be called Nation …
asked Nov 10 '15 by Ne Mo
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I hope you won't be offended when I say your question is a little naive. People have killed one another and worse (yes, it is possible to do worse) and called it good since long before Hitler. His con …
answered Aug 31 '15 by Ne Mo
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It's often said the peace was only both sides buying time. There's ample evidence Hitler always intended to break the pact. Did Stalin? Suvorov's thesis that Stalin was preparing for an offensive aga …
asked Aug 12 '17 by Ne Mo
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During Japan's transition from democracy to ultranationalist dictatorship, did they hold up the Nazis as a model, or was that not something they mentioned/thought about? EDIT: The question wanted for …
asked Nov 23 '14 by Ne Mo
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You shouldn't give too much credit to the idea of a coherent Nazi ideology. One commenter put it: there was no substantial racial theory that would be official in Germany except "Jews are bad" and "R …
answered Apr 6 by Ne Mo
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As I understand it, Germany did not make war with America on the condition that Japan joined the war against Russia. Was this because they thought that Japan would attack Russia anyway? If so, what …
asked Jan 9 '15 by Ne Mo
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Haha... the Suetonius of the third reich. Oh dear. It's a history book by a journalist, who had a talent for writing, but no particular ability as a historian. In particular: It's misnamed, because …
answered Oct 13 '15 by Ne Mo
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Concentrating on the Rhineland as a major breach of the treaty, Britain and France had three choices. 1) War. This was out. A lot of blame has been heaped upon the politicians for that, but the popul …
answered Nov 25 '14 by Ne Mo