By Timothy W. Mason, Michael J. Freeman
Initially released in hardback merely in 1987, Michael Freeman's useful consultant to the background of Nazi Germany now returns to print in a considerably revised moment variation. facing all features of the Nazi regime, it's way over simply an atlas: the mixing of the maps themselves with charts and different visually-displayed facts, and an intensive and authoritative observation, makes this a booklet to learn in addition to to consult.
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The tenns of the Treaty thus came as a profound shock. Many Gennanswere incensedby the detachmentof East Prussiain order to create the Polish seacorridor. The related requirementof disarmamentwhich reduced Gennany'sgreat anny to just 100,000men and garrisonedthe Rhine for 15 years was just as badly received,even though the provision had beencast as a preludeto generaldisarmamentwithin Europe. Ultimately the Gennangovernmenthad no choice but to acceptthe broad tenns of Versailles. However, many Gennanssaw this as capitulation, and conservatives,who wielded the country's economic power, dissociated themselvesfrom governmentand from Republic.
A. A. A. g. NSDAP FORMATIONS 7 5 / 7 0 Zentrum Deputies UPHOLDERS OF POWER THE REINS OF POWER OPPOSITION PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC REICHSWEHR CIVIL SERVICE HITLER as CHANCELLOR in N A Z I MINORITY CABINET Fig. 1_19 The road to dictatorship 9 The Fiihrerprinzip 39 safeguard. The pattern was set in motion when President Hindenburg appointed Heinrich Bruning to the chancellorshipwithout the Reichstag's consentand threatenedto invoke emergencyrule if Bruning's policies were blocked. In July 1930, the Reichstagduly threw out Bruning's plans and a dissolution decree followed.
3 per cent of the national vote 7 The parliamentaryroute to power 29 Reichstag elections 14 September 1930 NSDAP percentage share of the vote 10-19 10-19 o 1930 0-9 Source: StatistischesJlIhrbuch km Fig. 10 Reichstag elections, 14 September 1930 and 107 seats(Fig. 10). Party supporthad becomegeneralisedat 20 to 30 per cent acrossmuch of the North GermanPlain and the south-east,except for cities and industrial foci. Representationwas weaker in the Catholic south and the west, including Bavaria, but no district failed to registergains in Nazi support alongside the corresponding votes of May 1928 and December1924.