The “Conservative Revolution” and National Socialism, 1930–1933
Hitler’s strongest political asset was his ability to formulate the aims of his movement so generally and yet in such diversity that there appeared to be something in his program, at some time, for nearly every German. He achieved one of his greatest successes of ideological obfuscation and political maneuver in his relationships with German conservatism.
KeywordsWeimar Republic Popular Movement German People Nazi Party Youth Movement
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