Author(s): Michael Lynch
Understand Nazi Germany is an accessible introduction to one of the most controversial and debated periods of history. The years 1933-45 witnessed the take-over of Germany by a man and a movement whose racial and political policies are now regarded with universal abhorrence, but which at the time were genuinely popular. This gripping study explains not only the key events, but their causes and impacts.
Michael Lynch is a tutor at the University of Leicester, and a bestselling writer of books on modern European history.
1. Introduction: Germany's Road to Nazism 2. The Nazis take control 3. The Third Reich expands 4. Nazi Germany at War, 1939-42 5. Nazi Germany at War, 1942-45 6. The Nazi leaders 7. The German economy under the Nazis 8. The German armed forces, 1933-45 9. Culture, work and death in Nazi Germany 10. The instruments of Nazi control 11. Women in the Third Reich 12. The Nazi treatment of the Jews 13. The concentration camps 14. German resistance to Hitler 15. Hitler and Nazi Germany