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Rohkraemer - Chapter 01

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Buy and Download Description How could the Right transform itself from a politics of the nobility to
a fatally attractive option for people from all parts of society? How
could the Nazis gain a good third of the votes in free elections and
remain popular far into their rule? A number of studies from the 1960s
have dealt with the issue, in particular the works by George Mosse and
Fritz Stern. Their central arguments are still challenging, but a large
number of more specific studies allow today for a much more complex
argument, which also takes account of changes in our understanding of
German history in general. This book shows that between 1800 and 1945
the fundamentalist desire for a single communal faith played a crucial
role in the radicalization of Germany's political Right. A nationalist
faith could gain wider appeal, because people were searching for a
sense of identity and belonging, a mental map for the modern world and
metaphysical security.
How could the Right transform itself from a politics of the nobility to a fatally attractive option for people from all parts of society? How could the Nazis gain a good third of the votes in free elections and remain popular far into their rule?
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