ABSTRACT. Goodall examines the development of anticommunism in the United States in the Depression years. Waddington offers insights into the nature of nazi external propaganda. Bessel says that the capture of power by Hitler and the nazi movement in 1933 was one of the great turning-points in modern history. Delacor points out that after Hitler came to power, France had been one of the most important host countries for emigrants from Germany.



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