Life in the Third ReichBook - 1992
This book is part of the World War II series which examine the background, progress and outcome of World War II, a period which remains central to any understanding of the overall pattern of the 20th century. Each book is organized in a readable and useable format and includes a mixture of narrative, source material, key questions and suggestions for projects. This book examines the reasons behind the Nazi Party's rise to power, and the consequences of Nazi rule for the German people. He also considers the ways in which the policies of the Third Reich led inexorably to the outbreak of war, and the consequences of wartime conditions for the Reich's subjects.
Publisher: London : B.T. Batsford, c1992
Branch Call Number: j 943.086 Neville
Characteristics: 64 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm
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