Becoming Hitler : the making of a Nazi / Thomas Weber.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Hudson (Fontana)||Bio & Memoir HITLER (Text)||39493109899940||Adult New Biography||Checked out||08/16/2022|
- ISBN: 9780465032686
- ISBN: 0465032680
- Physical Description: xxiii, 422 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates: illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Basic Books, 2017.
- Copyright: ©2017
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages 393-407) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Prelude -- PART I: Genesis -- Coup d'état (20 November 1918-February 1919) -- A Cog in the Machine of Socialism (February-early April 1919) -- Arrested (early April-early May 1919) -- Turncoat (early May to mid-July 1919) -- PART II: New Testaments -- A New Home at Last (mid-July to September 1919) -- Two Visions (October 1919-March 1920) -- A Two and a Half Thousand Year Old Tool (March-August 1920) -- Genius (August-December 1920) -- Hitler's Pivot to the East (December 1920-July 1921) -- PART III: Messiah -- The Bavarian Mussolini (July 1921-December 1922) -- The German Girl from New York (early 1923-summer 1923) -- Hitler's First Book (summer 1923-autumn 1923) -- The Ludendorff Putsch (autumn 1923-spring 1924) -- Lebensraum (spring 1924-1926) -- Epilogue -- Archival collections & private papers and interviews.
"An award-winning historian charts Hitler's radical transformation after World War I from a directionless loner into a powerful National Socialist leader. In Becoming Hitler, award-winning historian Thomas Weber examines Adolf Hitler's time in Munich between 1918 and 1926, the years when Hitler shed his awkward, feckless persona and transformed himself into a savvy opportunistic political operator who saw himself as Germany's messiah. The story of Hitler's transformation is one of a fateful match betweenman and city. After opportunistically fluctuating between the ideas of the left and the right, Hitler emerged as an astonishingly flexible leader of Munich's right-wing movement. The tragedy for Germany and the world was that Hitler found himself in Munich; had he not been in Bavaria in the wake of the war and the revolution, his transformation into a National Socialist may never have occurred. In Becoming Hitler, Weber brilliantly charts this tragic metamorphosis, dramatically expanding our knowledge ofhow Hitler became a lethal demagogue"-- Provided by publisher.
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