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📙 Confronting Hitler: German Social Democrats in Defense of the Weimar Republic, 1929-1933 by William Smaldone — free epub


Confronting Hitler examines the lives of ten socialist leaders in their fight against Nazism. It reveals the aspects of these people's lives that most decisively shaped their views and actions during the Weimar Republic's final crisis, and it compares the German socialist experience of 1933 with those of other democratic socialist movements in the twentieth century.

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