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eBook Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany: Comparisons and Contrasts ePub

by Richard Bessel

  • ISBN: 052147129X
  • Category: Europe
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Richard Bessel
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (March 29, 1996)
  • Pages: 260
  • ePub book: 1968 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1200 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 673

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Start by marking Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany: Comparisons and .

Start by marking Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany: Comparisons and Contrasts as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Its ten essays examine the rise of the Fascist and Nazi movements; the relation of the regimes to workers, women, and war; and how the regimes may be viewed in a long-term perspective.

Cambridge University Press 1996. The ten essays in Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany, arranged in five Italy/Germany pairs, explore topics in the social, economic and political history of the two regimes. Despite the subtitle, there is little in the way of direct comparison between them, with the contrasts mostly left implicit. The contributions are scholarly but the collection should appeal to a range of lay readers.

Description this book Can Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany be compared? This collaborative volume explores the parallels and contrasts between the two regimes.

Richard Bessel, Professor of Twentieth-Century History Richard Bessel, University of. .Bibliographic information.

Richard Bessel, Professor of Twentieth-Century History Richard Bessel, University of Cambridge. Cambridge University Press, Mar 28, 1996 - History - 242 pages. Can Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany be compared? This collaborative volume explores the parallels and contrasts between the two regimes. Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany: Comparisons and Contrasts.

Richard Bessel, Professor of Twentieth-Century History Richard Bessel, University of Cambridge

Richard Bessel, Professor of Twentieth-Century History Richard Bessel, University of Cambridge. It contains ten essays, two each on five central themes: the rise of the Fascist and Nazi movements; the relation of the regimes to workers, women, and war; and how the regimes may be viewed in a long-term perspective.

In terms of Fascist Italy, it should be firstly noted that the term ‘totalitarianism’ itself was coined for the Italian .

In terms of Fascist Italy, it should be firstly noted that the term ‘totalitarianism’ itself was coined for the Italian government under Mussolini. Propaganda within Nazi Germany was highly effective, and was used to a severe level as Hitler realised the importance of the radio and newspapers and the large degree of influence they had over the population.

Italy and Nazi Germany: Comparisons and Contrasts (Paperback). Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers.

Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany: Comparisons and Contrasts (Paperback). As more attention is paid to the consequences of Nazi racism, it has been questioned whether Nazi Germany can be compared with anything. This collaborative volume meets the challenge of comparing the two movements.

Why was Nazi Germany so much better at making war than Fascist Italy? . I only wish they covered a greater variety of topics

Why was Nazi Germany so much better at making war than Fascist Italy? Why did Hitler keep his German support to the end while Mussolini lost his when things began to go badly? These are among the questions asked by the authors in this short but fairly good book. I only wish they covered a greater variety of topics. Compare and contrast is one of the best learning methods, and should be expanded to include as much as possible. Perhaps the authors will follow up with another book.

Can Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany be compared? Not long ago, the answer seemed obvious: they could be and they were. Nationalist rhetoric, hostility to the left and to parliamentary government, and the glorification of violence seemed to invite comparison. More recently, doubts have arisen.

Germany's Nazis also rejected the bourgeois culture of states associated with materialistic consumption . The Anatomy of Fascism.

Germany's Nazis also rejected the bourgeois culture of states associated with materialistic consumption, profiteering, and exploitative plutocracy  . Pp. 10. ^ Zeev Sternhell. Cambridge, England, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2000.

Can Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany be compared? This collaborative volume explores the parallels and contrasts between the two regimes. Its ten essays examine the rise of the Fascist and Nazi movements; the relation of the regimes to workers, women, and war; and how the regimes may be viewed in a long-term perspective. The essays take stock of recent research, advance fresh theories about the histories of Nazism and Fascism, and provide a basis for informed comparison of two regimes central to twentieth-century history.

Comments

Hiclerlsi Hiclerlsi
Why was Nazi Germany so much better at making war than Fascist Italy? Why did Hitler keep his German support to the end while Mussolini lost his when things began to go badly? These are among the questions asked by the authors in this short but fairly good book. I only wish they covered a greater variety of topics. Compare and contrast is one of the best learning methods, and should be expanded to include as much as possible. Perhaps the authors will follow up with another book.
Coiriel Coiriel
This book would be good for a historical scholar who is writing a thesis on the subject but it was well beyond my comprehension. Parts of it are interesting but it is a very difficult read to say the least.
Risinal Risinal
good book