The Pan-German League and Radical Nationalist Politics in Interwar Germany, 1918-39.

By: Jackisch, BarryMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Farnham : Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2012Description: 1 online resource (221 p.)ISBN: 9781409427629Subject(s): Alldeutscher Verband -- History -- 20th century | Germany -- Politics and government -- 1918-1933 | Germany -- Politics and government -- 1933-1945 | Nationalism -- Germany -- History -- 20th century | Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei -- History | Pangermanism -- History -- 20th century | Politicians -- Germany -- Biography | Politicians -- Germany -- History -- 20th century | Radicalism -- Germany -- History -- 20th century | Right-wing extremists -- Germany -- History -- 20th centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Pan-German League and Radical Nationalist Politics in Interwar Germany, 1918–39DDC classification: 320.54094309/041 | 320.54094309041 LOC classification: DD240 .J315 2012Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction: The Pan-German League and the German Right; 1 In the Wake of War and Revolution; The Bamberg Declaration; First Steps; Political Parties and the New System; The Kapp Putsch; 2 The Völkisch Malaise, 1919-1924; Reinhold Wulle and Heinrich Claß: Personal Differences; The Growing Völkisch Divide; General Erich Ludendorff; The Founding of the Deutschvölkische Freiheitspartei; 3 Early Contacts: Adolf Hitler and National Socialism, 1920; Forging the Relationship; Claß, Pöhner, Kahr, and Bavarian Politics; The "Beer Hall" Putsch and its Aftermath
Internal and External Challenges to the DNVP in 1924From the Dawes Plan Vote to the December 1924 Elections; 1925: The DNVP in Government; Withdrawal from the Luther Cabinet; 5 The Campaign for Alfred Hugenberg, 1926-1928; Laying the Foundation: Heinrich Claß and Personal Political Influence; The "Claß Putsch" and Right-Wing Politics, 1926-1927; Toward a Change in DNVP Leadership, 1927-1928; 6 The Collapse of the Non-Nazi Right, 1929-1939; The Anti-Young Plan Campaign and the Radicalization of the DNVP; From the Harzburg Front to the Nazi Seizure of Power
Between Conformity and Opposition in the Third ReichConclusion; Bibliography; Index
Summary: Through an examination of the Pan-German League, one of Germany's most prominent radical nationalist groups, and its connections to a range of right-wing organisations between 1918 and 1939, this study provides important new insights into the political fragmentation of the German Right and the Nazi seizure of power. It is the first book to examine in detail the Pan-German League's political activities in the Weimar and Nazi periods.
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Cover; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction: The Pan-German League and the German Right; 1 In the Wake of War and Revolution; The Bamberg Declaration; First Steps; Political Parties and the New System; The Kapp Putsch; 2 The Völkisch Malaise, 1919-1924; Reinhold Wulle and Heinrich Claß: Personal Differences; The Growing Völkisch Divide; General Erich Ludendorff; The Founding of the Deutschvölkische Freiheitspartei; 3 Early Contacts: Adolf Hitler and National Socialism, 1920; Forging the Relationship; Claß, Pöhner, Kahr, and Bavarian Politics; The "Beer Hall" Putsch and its Aftermath

Internal and External Challenges to the DNVP in 1924From the Dawes Plan Vote to the December 1924 Elections; 1925: The DNVP in Government; Withdrawal from the Luther Cabinet; 5 The Campaign for Alfred Hugenberg, 1926-1928; Laying the Foundation: Heinrich Claß and Personal Political Influence; The "Claß Putsch" and Right-Wing Politics, 1926-1927; Toward a Change in DNVP Leadership, 1927-1928; 6 The Collapse of the Non-Nazi Right, 1929-1939; The Anti-Young Plan Campaign and the Radicalization of the DNVP; From the Harzburg Front to the Nazi Seizure of Power

Between Conformity and Opposition in the Third ReichConclusion; Bibliography; Index

Through an examination of the Pan-German League, one of Germany's most prominent radical nationalist groups, and its connections to a range of right-wing organisations between 1918 and 1939, this study provides important new insights into the political fragmentation of the German Right and the Nazi seizure of power. It is the first book to examine in detail the Pan-German League's political activities in the Weimar and Nazi periods.

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