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Hitler's Munich (Hardback)

The Capital of the Nazi Movement

WWII Hitler & the Third Reich Military

By David Ian Hall
Imprint: Pen & Sword Military
Pages: 304
Illustrations: 32 black and white illustrations
ISBN: 9781526704924
Published: 30th November 2020

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The immediate aftermath of the Great War and the Versailles Treaty created a perfect storm of economic, social, political and cultural factors which facilitated the rapid rise of Adolf Hitler’s political career and the birth of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party. The breeding ground for this world-changing evolution was the city of Munich and there is no better way to learn about the origins and growth of Hitler’s National Socialism than to study the city. By connecting the sites where Hitler and his accomplices built the movement we gain an understanding of the causes, background, motivation and structures of the Party.

Hitler’s Munich is a cultural and political portrait of the Bavarian capital, a biography of the Fuhrer and a history of National Socialism. All three interacted and the Author is superbly qualified to unravel and explain the linkages and their significance.

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About David Ian Hall

David Ian Hall, who has a DPhil (Oxon) in modern history from the University of Oxford, is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and a Senior Lecturer in the Defence Studies Department, King’s College, London at the Joint Services Command and Staff College. A specialist in nineteenth and twentieth century German history, his published works include First and Second World War topics; Strategy for Victory: The Development of British tactical Air Power, 1919-1943 (Praeger, 2008) was selected for the Chief of the Air Staff’s Reading List. He leads cultural-political staff rides for the UK armed forces and NATO. He lives in Oxfordshire.

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