"Why Hitler Came Into Power" Essay by The Research Group

"Why Hitler Came Into Power"
(Theodore Abel). Critical review of this 1938 work analyzing the rise of the Nazi party leader, based on interviews with Nazis themselves.
# 20711 | 1,350 words | 1 source | 1993 | US
Published on Feb 27, 2003 in History (European - World Wars) , Literature (German)


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" In his book Why Hitler Came into Power, Theodore Abel examines the political and social forces in Germany in the late 1920s and into the 1930s that enabled Adolf Hitler not only to become Chancellor of Germany but also how Hitler's National Socialist principles could become so embodied in the German national consciousness. The book was written in 1938 at the height of Hitler's power by a man who had observed the rise to power of Hitler and who had undertaken a scientific study of the Nazi phenomenon by interviewing National Socialists through the pretense of an essay contest by which rank-and-file members of the Nazi party could offer insights into their personal lives and their beliefs. The study Abel produced was not given much attention when it was published in 1938 for several reasons, including questions about his methodological approach, questions.."

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