Caution! For multiple reasons the stock that we show on the website sometimes differs with the real stock we have in the shop.
The social bases of nazism 1919-1933
This latest addition to the New Studies in Economic and Social History series sheds fascinating light on an essential aspect of the history of Nazism. The social background of the supporters of Nazism has been the subject of intense debate since the early 1930s. Was the Nazi party a predominantly middle-class party or a people’s party? Detlef Muhlberger provides a comprehensive summary of the answer to this question, based on extensive sociological and psephological evidence. The data support the claim made by the Nazis in the 1920s and early 1930s that their party was a Volkspartei able to mobilise support from all sections of German society. Lucidly written and clearly illustrated with numerous tables, this book will be essential reading for all those interested in modern German history.
Author: Mühlberger, Detlef Year: 2003 ISBN: 9780521003728 Pages: 112 Language: English Publisher: Cambridge university press Publisher's city: Cambridge