Hitler and Nazi Germany
Routledge – 2009 – 230 pages
Hitler and Nazi Germany provides a concise introduction to Hitler’s rise to power and Nazi domestic and foreign policies through to the end of the Second World War. Combining narrative, the views of different historians, interpretation and a selection of sources, this book provides a concise introduction and study aid for students.
This second edition has been extensively revised and expanded and includes new chapters on the Nazi regime, the SS and Gestapo, and the Second World War. Expanded background narratives provide a solid understanding of the period and the analyses and sources have been updated throughout to help students engage with recent historiography and form their own interpretation of events.
'Lee's books are a 'must have' in the toolkit of students and teachers of Advanced courses in the Weimar Republic and Nazi Germany' – Mike McCabe, S.A.T.H. Resources Review
1. The Rise of Nazism 2. The Achievement and Consolidation of Power 1933–4 3. The Nazi Dictatorship 4. Indoctrination and Propaganda 5. The SS and Gestapo 6. Support, Opposition and Resistance 7. The Nazi Economy 8. Outside the Volksgemeinschaft 9. Foreign Policy 10. Germany at War. Select Bibliography
Stephen J. Lee is the former Head of History at Bromsgrove School. He has published over twenty books, including European Dictatorships (3rd edition, 2008) and, in this series, The Weimar Republic (2nd edition, 2009) and Imperial Germany, 1871- 1918 (1998).