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At what point did Soviet armored units have qualitative parity with Wehrmacht armored units?

Try get the book “Storm of Steel: The Development of Armor Doctrine in Germany and the Soviet Union, 1919-1939” (Cornell University Press: Ithaca and London, 2003. Also, by formal specifications, by ...
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Why did the Nazis bother distinguishing Jews on the basis of statehood and citizenship (if they saw a "world of races" and not of states)?

I'm for France and this question is heavy controversial here. Because in France, the governement of Vichy that had signed a truce with Germany and had kept in theory part of its sovereignety, had ...
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Why did the Nazis bother distinguishing Jews on the basis of statehood and citizenship (if they saw a "world of races" and not of states)?

Several factors come into this. They are mutually contradictory, which was part of the Nazi leadership approach. The Nazis did not always have coherent policies. Ranking officials were in competition ...
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Why did the Nazis bother distinguishing Jews on the basis of statehood and citizenship (if they saw a "world of races" and not of states)?

I feel that Snyder is answering this and the only problem is in the interpretation. If Hitler and the Nazis saw the world as a "world of races" rather than a "world of states", ...
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