Germany before Hitler
What was the impact of the First World War on Germany?
Why did the Weimar democracy fail?
The rise of the Nazis
What was National Socialism?
How did Hitler gain power?
Who voted for Hitler?
The consolidation of power
How did Hitler establish his dictatorship?
Was Hitler a weak dictator?
Life in the Third Reich
How successful was Nazi domestic policy?
How widespread was German resistance to Hitler?
Did Hitler plan to go to war?
How did “ordinary” Germans respond to the persecution of the Jews?
When was the decision for the “Final Solution” taken?
How did the Third Reich collapse?
The German Reichs
Adolf Hitler: a brief biography
The day of Potsdam
Ten facts about the Third Reich
The “Cult of the Führer”
The Terror State
The Nazi–Soviet Pact
Victims of Nazism
Glossary of Key Terms, Institutions and Abbreviations
A short chronology
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