Hitler's Crusade

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In the early hours of 22 June 1941 units of the Wehrmacht began to pour into the Soviet Union. They were embarking on an undertaking long planned by Adolf Hitler. This book provides an analysis of Hitler's attitude towards Bolshevism, the destruction of which he was still describing in early 1945 as the raison d'etre of the Nazi movement.
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ISBN-13: 9781780763750
ISBN-10: 1780763751
Pagini: 294
Dimensiuni: 137 x 213 x 25 mm
Greutate: 0.36 kg
Editura: I. B. Tauris & Company

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Lorna Waddington is Lecturer in Modern European History at the University of Leeds.


Chapter One I) The Road to Moscow: 'Jewish-Bolshevism' and the Impact of Nazi Ideology on the Development of Foreign Policy II) 'Spreading the Word': Hitler, the Great Powers and the International Bolshevik Conspiracy, 1931-33 Chapter Two I) The Reorientation of German Ostpolitik: Russia, Poland and the Eastern Pact, 1933-35 II) An Anglo-German Vanguard against Bolshevism? Hitler's Quest for British Co-operation against Russia, 1933-35 Chapter Three I) Anti-Bolshevism and the Mobilization of Allies, 1933-36 II) The Mobilization of Propaganda, 1934-36 Chapter Four I) The Failure of Hitler's Anti-Bolshevik Appeal, 1936 II) Politics and Propaganda in the 'Year of Awareness', 1937 Chapter Five I) Hitler, the Hossbach Conference and the Crises of 1938-39 II) The Ebb and Flow of Anti-Bolshevism, 1939-40 Chapter Six I) The Primacy of Ideology: Hitler, Operation Barbarossa and the Eradication of Bolshevism, 1940-43 II) Goebbels, the Antikomintern and the Propaganda Onslaught against Bolshevism, 1941-43 III) Occupation and Co-operation: Russians and Europeans against Bolshevism, 1941-43 Overview and Epilogue Bibliography


'An excellent, systematic analysis, resting on extensive research, of the centrality of anti-Bolshevism to Hitler's drive to war and the Holocaust, convincingly dispelling lingering interpretations that it was little more than opportunistic window-dressing.' Sir Ian Kershaw, Professor Emeritus of Modern History at the University of Sheffield and author of The End: Hitler's Germany 1944-1945 (2011)