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The Nazi State: History’s most radical and destructive regime

Alan Marchant

Course Title: The Nazi State: History’s most radical and destructive regime

Course Code: 4NS10B19

Start Date: 09/01/2020

Day of the Week:
  • Thursday

Session: Morning

Length in weeks: 10

Time: 10:00am to 12:00pm

Price: £

The Nazis are the most written about political party in history. Hitler is often seen as the leader of an efficient, well-oiled machine which lived up to its own propaganda of being efficient, organised and monolithic. Yet the seeds of Nazi destruction lay in its internal divisions, its lack of order and its incoherence. This course focuses on power and control in the Nazi state up to the start of World War Two. From where did the party derive its ideas? How did Hitler become legally elected in to power in a modern industrial country? How did the Nazi Party then establish control, in various stages, during the 1930s, and become such a radical and powerful organisation which would invade and control most of Europe by 1940?

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