Karl Dietrich Bracher (13 March – 19 September ) was a German political scientist .. In , Bracher welcomed the fall of the East German dictatorship and German reunification. Bracher did not feel the East German SED . The German Dictatorship has 48 ratings and 4 reviews. Meirav said: An extensive and thorough book about everything related to the german dictatorship – f. Bracher, Karl Dietrich: The German Dictatorship. The Origins, Structure and Effects of National Socialism.
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Order by newest oldest recommendations. It’s kinda hard to get into and to people who don’t like educational. Bracher believed that totalitarianismwhether from the Left or Right, is the leading threat to democracy all over the world, and brached argued that the differences between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany were of degree, not kind.
The German Dictatorship by Karl Dietrich Bracher
Entstehung, Struktur, Folgen des Nationalsozialismus. Steve Gathje rated it liked it Nov 25, Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Trivia About The German Dictat Return to Book Page. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. In an essay published in entitled “The Role of Hitler: See all 4 reviews. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.
Modern Constitutionalism and Democracy. Explore the Home Gift Guide. Treharne Jones, William “Review: In his book Zeitgeschichtliche KontroversenBracher criticized the Marxist-New Left interpretation of the Nazi period under the grounds that in such an interpretation “the ideological and totalitarian dimension of National Socialism shrinks to such an extent that the barbarism of disappears as a moral phenomenon”, which Bracher felt meant that ” Loading comments… Trouble loading?
Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Refresh and try again. I personally like books on World War Two, and this one was very educational like. Out of its exaggerated perspectives and, I would add, rhetoric it become a power in politics, out a myth reality. Moreover, the era of totalitarian ideology and politics did not end with the collapse of Communism in Europe. But in doing this they slide into the danger of a newer underestimation and trivialization of National Socialism itself.
Gracher identify the sources of this fateful mistake of the past and to research it without minimizing it remains a task of German historical scholarship. Explore the Home Gift Guide.
In Bracher’s view, Hitler’s rise was not inevitable, and the primary responsibility for the Chancellorship being given to Hitler on 30 January rested with the Kamarilla of President Paul von Hindenburg. Cambridge University Press, page New York, page It should be noted that Bracher in writing of a “loss of power” and a “power vacuum” was referring to the decay of the democratic system, not a weakening of the state.
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In the HistorikerstreitBracher mostly stayed on the sidelines, and took a pox-on-both-houses approach. See 1 question about The German Dictatorship…. Hadrian rated it really liked it Aug 03, The Third Reich in Power, Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Feb 21, Meirav Rath rated it it was amazing.
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An extensive and thorough book about everything related to the german dictatorship – from 19th century ideas dictatorsuip were the root of the nazi ideaology to after the end of WW2 and beyond. It is this moral and intellectual totalitarianism pseudo-scientifically justified and politically enforced, that represents both the strength and the weakness of communist ideology.
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Collier Books, page Dorothee and his children, Christian and Susanne, survive him. Read more Read less.