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  • ...um analyzed twenty views, by recognized scholars, in his book ''Explaining Hitler''; no two reach the same conclusion.<ref>{{citation | title = Explaining Hitler: the Search for Origins of His Evil
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  • ...en by historians and groups of historians in analyzing the life of [[Adolf Hitler]]
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  • {{r|Adolf Hitler}} ===Analysis of Hitler===
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  • ...r University in Bochum; has led the functionalist school of [[Adolf Hitler|Hitler]] [[historiography]]
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  • ...um analyzed twenty views, by recognized scholars, in his book ''Explaining Hitler''; no two reach the same conclusion.<ref>{{citation | title = Explaining Hitler: the Search for Origins of His Evil
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  • {{r|Adolf Hitler}} {{r|Historiography of Hitler}}
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  • {{r|Assassination attempts against Hitler}} {{r|1944 assassination attempt against Hitler||**}}
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  • {{r|Adolf Hitler}} {{r|Historiography of Hitler}}
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  • {{r|Hitler as soldier}} {{r|Weltanschauung of Hitler}}
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  • ...l Democratic Party]] and, from a left-wing perspective, has challenged the Hitler writing of the right-wing journalist and historian, [[Joachim Fest]]. ...biography: the functionalists and the intentionalists. Functionalists saw Hitler as motivated by the exercise of power regardless of purpose, while the inte
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  • {{r|Adolf Hitler}} ===Analysis of Hitler===
    625 B (88 words) - 00:45, 12 March 2011
  • ...y managerial to make it an order. Bauer does not, in any way, suggest that Hitler was not responsible for the Holocaust, but the question is how it was direc | title = Hitler, the Germans and the Final Solution
    2 KB (331 words) - 22:56, 17 December 2010
  • ...the Jews, 1933-1945, by Lucy S. Dawidowicz'' (1978) [http://www.amazon.com/Hitlers-War-Against-Jews-Dawidowicz/dp/0874412226/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1 * Goldhagen, Daniel Joseph. ''Hitler’s Willing Executioners: Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust'' (1997).
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  • * Abel, Theodore. ''Why Hitler Came into Power.'' Harvard U. Press, 1986. 315 pp. * Turner, Henry Ashby, Jr. ''Hitler's Thirty Days to Power: January 1933.'' 1996. 272 pp. [http://www.questia.
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  • * Read, Anthony and Fisher, David. ''The Deadly Embrace: Hitler, Stalin and the Nazi-Soviet Pact, 1939-1941.'' (1988). 675 pp. ..., Jeffrey. ''The Specter of Munich: Reconsidering the Lessons of Appeasing Hitler'' (2006) [http://www.amazon.com/Specter-Munich-Reconsidering-Lessons-Appeas
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  • ...talin]] betrayed international communism with his deal with [[Adolf Hitler|Hitler]], Hofstadter was left with a deep sense of cynicism that pervaded his acad Having broken with the communists politically and Beard historiographically, Hofstadter moved to the right, becoming a founder of the "consensus h
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  • ...er's Germany and Stalin's Russia'' (2004) [http://www.amazon.com/Dictators-Hitlers-Germany-Stalins-Russia/dp/B000FTCH5W/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=119887 ...ermany: Origins, Interpretations, Legacies'' (1999) [http://www.amazon.com/Hitlers-Germany-Origins-Interpretations-Legacies/dp/0415201152/ref=sr_1_12?ie=UTF8
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  • *[[Alan Bullock]] - Hitler<ref>see [http://www.amazon.com/Hitler-Study-Tyranny-Alan-Bullock/dp/B000H2N5W6/ref=pd_bbs_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1 *[[Ian Kershaw]], Hitler<ref> see [http://www.amazon.com/Hitler-1936-1945-Nemesis-Ian-Kershaw/dp/0393322521/ref=pd_bbs_sr_2?ie=UTF8&s=books
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  • ...f continuity and change in the social fabric are emphasized. More than a historiographical synthesis of Ranke and Marx (envisioned by some German historians after ...by his concept of "charismatic domination," which focuses heavily on Adolf Hitler. The fifth volume will extend to 1990; none of the series has yet been tra
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  • ...on of Poland between Germany and Russia. Having secured Soviet neutrality, Hitler felt free to attack Poland on Sept. 1, 1939, thus starting World War II. The German occupation of Poland was exceptional in its cruelty. Hitler incorporated parts of Poland into the Third Reich and transformed the remai
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  • ...g away. In 1933, the extremely anti-Semitic [[Nazi party]], led by [[Adolf Hitler]], came to power in [[Germany]], which, at the time, had a fairly large Jew ...rmany took over most of Europe and held it for a four to five year period. Hitler took his anti-Semitic ideas to their horrific conclusion, murdering over si
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  • ...al office in the 1930s, he was a lone voice warning against [[Adolf Hitler|Hitler]] and the Nazis, denouncing [[appeasement]] and calling for re-armament in ...y in the 1930s, but lamented they had failed to cooperate stop the rise of Hitler. He made the theme of the first volume of his World War II history, "How th
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  • ...ny, but were never formally prosecuted due to their death, as with [[Adolf Hitler]] or, as in the case of [[Josef Mengele]], escape. It is also common usage ...ofer a bribe for a seat on the town council, having earlier hosted [[Adolf Hitler]] to give a speech at his factory. Profits soared. <ref>Posner and Ware, p
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