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Switzer speaks to the realities of pre war Germany; the toxic climate, the deprivation and the chaos. She mentions the attitudes of German Jews and other groups living in Germany and how ethnic Germans felt alone and vulnerable
Switzer speaks to the realities of pre war Germany; the toxic climate, the deprivation and the chaos. She mentions the attitudes of German Jews and other groups living in Germany and how ethnic Germans felt alone and vulnerable. A must read for anyone wanting to understand the Third Reich.
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How Democracy Failed. By (author) Ellen Eichenwald Switzer. Reconstructs the attitudes and social conditions that made possible Hitler's rise and personal responses to his rule, through interviews with Germans, ordinary citizens for the most part, who had been teen-agers in the 1930s show more. Format Book 176 pages. Dimensions 14. 2 x 23. 8 x 1. 8mm 47. 7g. Publication date 01 Feb 1975. Publisher ATHENEUM BOOKS. Publication City/Country United States.
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Switzer, Sydney, Australia. Peter Switzer and Paul Rickard discuss the likely outcome of next year's US presidential election, whether technology companies could threaten the big banks and how NAB has been nabbed. 17 December 2019 at 17:00 ·. Published 1975 by Atheneum in New York.
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Ellen Eichenwald Switzer has written: 'Our urban planet' - subject(s): Cities and towns, City and town life, Juvenile literature. How democracy failed' - subject(s): History, Juvenile literature. The magic of Mozart' - subject(s): Composers, Juvenile literature, Salzburger Marionettentheater. There ought to be a law!' - subject(s): Administration of Justice, Juvenile literature, Law, Legislation. Lily Boop' - subject(s): Fiction, Friendship.
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