German social democracy and the rise of Nazism /

German Social Democracy and the Rise of Nazism.

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Main Author: Harsch, Donna (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, ©1993.
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Table of Contents:
  • Social democracy in 1928
  • The SPD's fraternal organizations
  • Political tendencies in the SPD
  • Organization of the SPD
  • The social composition of the SPD and its electorate
  • The SPD's ideology
  • Indian summer
  • The 1928 election campaign
  • Analyzing the election results
  • The Panzerkreuzer affair
  • The controversy over unemployment insurance
  • Opposition, March-August 1930
  • Where stands the enemy? Assessing the Republic's situation
  • The 1930 campaign
  • The struggle begins
  • Origins of the toleration policy
  • Mobilizing the SPD
  • Who voted for Hitler?
  • Living with toleration
  • Prussia
  • Growing doubts about toleration
  • What is to be done? Demoralization, Autumn 1931
  • The debate over a crisis program
  • Down with reparations?
  • Confronting the economic crisis
  • The iron front
  • The impact of the iron front
  • The SA ban and Bruning's fall
  • The July Reichstag campaign
  • The destruction of the Prussian bulwark
  • Into the abyss
  • Pragmatism versus principle
  • The Schleicher interlude
  • In the grip of the enemy: principle versus opportunism.