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PART ONE BACKGROUND. 1 THE VULNERABILITIES OF WEIMAR DEMOCRACY, 1918-1933. PART TWO ANALYSIS. 2 ADOLF HITLER: PERSONALITY AND EARLY LIFE. 3 THE EARLY GROWTH OF THE NAZI PARTY, 1918-1924. 4 THE IDEOLOGY OF HITLER AND THE NAZI PARTY. 5 THE NAZI PARTY: ORGANISATION, PROPAGANDA AND MEMBERSHIP. 6 THE NAZI BREAKTHROUGH, 1925-1930. 7 HITLER'S INTRIGUING ROAD TO POWER, 1930-1933. PART THREE ASSESSMENT. 8 WHY DID HITLER COME TO POWER? PART FOUR DOCUMENTS. REFERENCES. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ESSAY. INDEX.
A concise introduction to the early years of the Nazi party in Germany, unusual in that it argues that the roots of its early success lay primarily in the personality and appeal of Hitler himself rather than in economic crisis and the failure of the Weimar Republic.
Frank McDonough is Professor of International History at Liverpool John Moores University and the author of many critically acclaimed books on the history of the Third Reich, including, Sophie Scholl (2010), The Holocaust (2008), Hitler and Nazi Germany (1999), Hitler, Chamberlain and Appeasement (2002) and Opposition and Resistance in Nazi Germany (2001).