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By Michael Freeman, Jayne Lewin, Tim Mason

Initially released in hardback basically in 1987, Michael Freeman's necessary advisor to the historical past of Nazi Germany now returns to print in a considerably revised moment version. facing all features of the Nazi regime, it truly is way over simply an atlas: the combination of the maps themselves with charts and different visually-displayed facts, and an intensive and authoritative statement, makes this a e-book to learn in addition to to consult.

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The new Reichstagelections on 6 November 1932 saw the Nazis lose 40 NSDAP (Nazi Party) 30 (Social Democratic SPD Party) 20 ZEN y) TRUM ZENTRUM (Centre Part Fig. 16 Share of popular vote of main political parties, 1924-32 KPD (Communist Party) ZENTRUM (Centre Party) 20 DNVP (National People's Party) DVP (People's Party) 0 May May Dec. 1928 1924 Dates of elections Sept. 1930 July Nov. 1932 Source: Milatz 1965 36 Part I : The rise of the Nazi Party Fig. 17 Reichstag elections, 6 November 1932 Reichstag elections 6 Novembe r 1932 Reduction of NSDAP share of vote against elections of 31 July 1932 6-8 percentage points 3·5 percentage points 20 20 20 < 3 percentage points Source : Statlltisch'$ J,hrbuch ground on a significant scale (Fig.

Pomerania 7. Breslau 8. Liegnitz 9. Oppeln 10. Magdeburg 11. Merseburg 12. Thuringia 13. Schleswig-Holstein 14. Weser-Ems 15. East Hanover 16. South Hanover-Brunswick 17. Westphalia-North 18. Westphalia-South 19. Hesse-Nassau 20. Cologne-Aachen 21. Koblenz-Trier 22. Dusseldorf-East 23. Dusseldorf-West 24. Upper Bavaria-Swabia 25. Lower Bavaria 26. Franconia 27. Palatinate 28. Dresden-Bautzen 29. Leipzig 30. Chemnitz-Zwickau 31. Wurttemberg 32. Baden 33. Hesse-Darmstadt 34. Hamburg 35. Mecklenburg 13 23 23 23 23 23 23 14 23 23 23 22 23 23 17 23 23 2323 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 The grand lessonof the failed putsch was that any Nazi revolution would have to be organisedthrough the existing machinery of governmentand politics (Fig.

As the Nazi Party's fortunes at the polls improved over 1930 and 1932, SA leaders increasingly perceived their organisationas poised for a new Nazi putsch and, more widely, as the imminent purveyors of a social revolution. For Hitler, this proved both a blessing and a threat. The latent force representedby the SA and the more immediate street violence were obvious bargaininglevers in the disintegratingface of the Weimar Republic. II The Stormtroopers 49 But the danger was in over-hasty action which could summarily prejudice the Party's goals.

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