Karl Dietrich Bracher (13 March – 19 September ) was a German political scientist .. In , Bracher welcomed the fall of the East German dictatorship and German reunification. Bracher did not feel the East German SED . The German Dictatorship has 48 ratings and 4 reviews. Meirav said: An extensive and thorough book about everything related to the german dictatorship – f. Bracher, Karl Dietrich: The German Dictatorship. The Origins, Structure and Effects of National Socialism.
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Their feelings combined with the “stab in the back” myth created by the German high command, to blame the politicians of the Weimar Republic and the Allies for Germany’s plight. Bracher develops his arguments carefully and he helps create a picture of a society losing its grip and inviting Hitler to destroy it. A History of Nazi Germany Paperback. John Morgan rated it really liked it Sep 19, Bracher married Dorothee Schleicher, the niece of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
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The German Dictatorship
What do you think about this book and generally on the nazism? F Review of The German Dictatorship: Unwin Hyman, page Paperbackpages.
Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. He was awarded a Ph. Although he did not absolve the German people of their part in the triumph of nazism, he was an early sympathiser of the conservative resistance to Hitler, at a time when many conservative Germans regarded its members as little better than traitors, and indeed his wife was the niece of Pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffera leading figure in the resistance. A pragmatic conservative, Bracher did not belong to any political party, and steered clear of controversies.
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This book should be in print and should be read by anyone who had even a passing interest in 20th Century History. Another well-known book associated with Bracher was the monograph co-written with Wolfgang Sauer and Gerhard Schulz Die nationalsozialistische Machtergreifung The National Socialist Seizure of Powerwhich described in considerable detail the Gleichschaltung of German life in — Return to Book Page.
Bracher criticized the entire notion of generic fascism as intellectually invalid and argued that it was individual choice on the part of Germans as opposed to Nolte’s philosophical view of the “metapolitical” that produced National Socialism. Teh rated it it was amazing Sep 27, If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
Leftish interpretations would like to leave behind the questions of guilt and responsibility in favor of a more modern, realistic analysis.
The Third Reich in Power, Later in the s, Bracher defined totalitarianism as any state system that featured absolute ideology that allowed no rivals; a mass movement that was hierarchically organized and under state control; control of the media; and state control of the economy. New York, page Arguing that the collapse of the Weimar Republic was not inevitable and that Nazi Germany was a totalitarian dictatorship.
This page was last edited on 16 Novemberat Humanities Press, page AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Showing of 4 reviews. Dictatorshil had two children.
The German Dictatorship by Karl Dietrich Bracher
Julian rated it liked it Aug 18, Get to Know Us. The Coming of the Third Reich. Bracher argued that the defeatist and uncertain mood of the ss in West Dictatorshil was not unlike the mood of the ss. Cambridge University Press, page At first I had my doubts about the writer serving in the vermacht himself during the war dictatosrhip how that might effect his writing, but this is an educatinv and well-written book.
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? Bracher taught at the Free University of Berlin from to and at the University of Bonn since I personally like books on World War Two, and this one was very educational like.
Karl Dietrich Bracher
Read more Read less. Bracher wrote about the “Hitler Wave” of the s that the obsession with Hitler seemed odd given all of the dramatic events of the last thirty or so years such as the Cold War, the rise and decline of Stalinism, the Hungarian Germsn, the Suez War, the Vietnam War, and the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, where somehow Hitler, despite being dead, remained in “the background” of all these events.
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