The Third Reich
Routledge, 2 sep. 2003 - 200 páginas
Professor Hildebrand gives a masterly and succinct account of Nazi Germany between 1933 and 1945 and then analyses the major problems of interpretation and the extent to which common ground has been achieved by scholars in the field.
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