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Backing Hitler

Consent and Coercion in Nazi Germany

by Robert Gellately

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages378
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7383281M
ISBN 100192802917
ISBN 109780192802910

  Robert Gellately is the Earl Ray Beck Professor of History at Florida State University and recently was the Bertelsmann Visiting Professor of Twentieth Century Jewish Politics and History at Oxford University. He is the author of The Gestapo and German Society: Enforcing Racial Policy, — and Backing Hitler: Consent and Coercion in Nazi Germany/5(31).   Gellately, Robert. Backing Hitler: Consent and Coercion in Nazi Germany.. Oxford: Oxford University Press, In Backing Hitler, Gellately completely reevaluates the role that the German population played in the establishment and maintenance of the Nazi dictatorship. Moreover, he seeks to answer the problematic question of just how much the Germans knew of the Nazis’ more .

Backing Hitler: consent and coercion in Nazi Germany. [Robert Gellately] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. Backing Hitler was chosen as a main selection for book clubs in North America and the United Kingdom. In the book Backing Hitler: Consent and Coercion in Nazi Germany, –, Gellately argues that the Gestapo were not in fact all-pervasive and intrusive as they have been described. The Gestapo only numbe for the entire Alma mater: Memorial University of .

Robert Gellately tackles an interesting question in his recently printed book Backing Hitler: Consent and Coercion in Nazi Germany. Gellately writes this book in concern of how people could carry out the inhumane orders of there leaders.. Gellately is known also for his publication The Gestapo and German Society: Enforcing Racial Policy In Backing Hitler, Robert Gellately shows us what a true police state looks like. The police state as it emerged in Nazi Germany starting in was very extreme, as is widely known. But there is much to learn by examining the details and coming to understand the dynamics of its operation and development/5(26).


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The police state as it emerged in Nazi Germany starting in was very extreme, as is widely known. But there is much to learn by examining the details and coming to understand the dynamics of its operation and development/5.

Backing Hitler Book Summary: The Nazis never won a majority in free elections, but soon after Hitler took power most people turned away from democracy and backed the Nazi regime. Hitler won growing support even as he established the secret police (Gestapo) and concentration camps.

What has been in dispute for over fifty years is what the Germans knew about these camps, and in what ways were. The Nazis never won a majority in free elections, but soon after Hitler took power most Germans turned away from democracy and backed the Nazi regime. Hitler was able to win growing support even as he established the Gestapo and the concentration camps.

Yet for over fifty years historians have disputed what the German people knew about these camps and in what ways they were involved in the Author: Robert Gellately.

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Gellately (Strassler Professor in Holocaust History, Clark Univ.) analyzes the role of "ordinary" Germans in the Nazi persecution of those deemed social and political outsiders.3/5(1). Backing Hitler: Consent and Coercion in Nazi Germany - Kindle edition by Gellately, Robert.

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"Books on the Holocaust and Nazism now number in the tens of thousands. Of that vast library, a handful of texts should be deemed essential reading for any serious student of the bloody and pathetic 20th century. Robert Gellately's Backing Hitler is among them."—Washington Post Book World3/5(1).

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Debate still rages over how much ordinary Germans knew about the concentration camps and the Gestapo's activities during Hitler's reign. Now, in this well-documented and provocative volume, historian Robert Gellately argues that the majority of German citizens had quite a clear picture of the extent of Nazi atrocities, and continued to support the Reich to the bitter end.

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In his book Backing Hitler: Consent and Coercion in Nazi Germany, Robert Gellately describes the public outcry present after the downfall of the Weimar Republic and how Hitler was able to use popular disappointments to rally the German people around the National Socialist movement.

Although Gellately acknowledges how at first many Germans chose.Overlong history of Europe between andthe age of totalitarian empires and what Gellately (History/Florida State Univ.) (Backing Hitler: Consent and Coercion in Nazi Germany,etc.) calls “the great catastrophe” whose origins lie in nitsyn would approve, and so would the authors of The Black Book of Communism, none of whom would find Gellately’s thesis Author: Robert Gellately.Get this from a library!

Backing Hitler: consent and coercion in Nazi Germany. [Robert Gellately] -- Using primary evidence, the author reveals the social consensus behind the Nazi regime and persecution of racial minorities & social outsiders. Debate still rages over how much ordinary Germans knew.