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The World Hitler Never Made

Author : Gavriel D. Rosenfeld
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A fascinating 2005 study of the place of alternate histories of Nazism within Western popular culture.

Nazi Germany

Author : Jane Caplan
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Nazi Germany may have only lasted for 12 years, but it has left a legacy that still echoes with us today. This work discusses the emergence and appeal of the Nazi party, the relationship between consent and terror in securing the regime, the role played by Hitler himself, and the dark stains of war, persecution, and genocide left by Nazi Germany.

Sideways in Time

Author : Glyn Morgan
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Alternate history is a genre of fiction that, although connected to science fiction, has its own rich history and lineage. With its roots in the writings of ancient Rome, alternate history matured into something close to its current form in the essays and novels of the nineteenth century. In more recent years a number of highly acclaimed novels have been published as alternate histories, by authors ranging from bestselling science fiction writers to Pulitzer prize-winning literary icons. The popularity of the genre is reflected in its success on television, where original concepts have been developed alongside adaptations of classic texts such as Philip K. Dick's The Man in the High Castle. This collection of essays, by both leading scholars in the field and rising stars, seeks to redress an imbalance between the importance and quality of alternate history texts and the available critical scholarship on the genre. The essays acknowledge the long and distinctive history of alternate history whilst also revelling in its vitality, adaptability, and contemporary relevance.

German Politics and Society

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Hi Hitler

Author : Gavriel D. Rosenfeld
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Analyzes how the Nazi past has become increasingly normalized within western memory since the start of the new millennium.

Congressional Record

Author : United States. Congress
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The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)

Beyond Berlin

Author : Gavriel D. Rosenfeld
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A compelling exploration of the myriad ways in which German cities have confronted their Nazi pasts

United States Army in World War II

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Contemporary European History

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The Book Review Digest

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College Research Libraries News

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The New Leader

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The Hitler Virus

Author : Peter Wyden
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Pro-Hitler sentiment in Germany and its implications are laid bare in this chilling history of the Nazi leader's continuing legacy and influence in that country since Hitler's death in 1945. 25,000 first printing.

Jewish Book World

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Journal of Scholarly Publishing

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The Battle of Britain on Screen

Author : S. P. Mackenzie
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S.P. Mackenzie explores how and why the Battle of Britain has evolved as a subject on the big and small screen since the 1940s. He examines both continuity and change with the presentation of a wartime event that acquired near-mythical dimensions in popular consciousness even before it happened.

Choice

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The Great Experiment

Author : Strobe Talbott
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Chronicles humanity's efforts to secure protection and profitability through the establishment of empires, the waging of wars, and the forging of modern global alliances, in an account that seeks to expose damages inflicted by the Bush administration.

Science fiction Studies

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Hitler s Miracle Weapons The Luftwaffe and Kriegsmarine

Author : Friedrich Georg
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How close did Hitler come to his dream of developing nuclear weapons? What evidence is there for the design, testing and production of such weapons, and their carrier systems? With this first volume in a series of at least three, Friedrich Georg has begun to answer these questions in great detail. The result is a groundbreaking new book on this topic. This first volume describes the efforts of the Luftwaffe and Kriegsmarine to design and produce carrier-systems for the nuclear weapons the scientists of the Third Reich were developing. Following an introductory section in which the author outlines the Nazi atom bomb programme, Georg then investigates the enormous variety of craft the Luftwaffe began to either adapt, or develop anew, that would be used to carry such weapons of mass destruction. These included the search for an intercontinental 'Amerikabomber', including the innovative Horten Ho XVIII. Lighter designs, such as the Arado Ar E 555, Messerschmitt P 1107 & 1108, and Junkers EF 132 & 140 are also described. The various atom bombs themselves are thoroughly investigated, from the 1-ton to the massive 30-ton variety. Information about the variety of carrier systems being developed-and in at least one case, actually built-by the Kriegsmarine is also provided. Finally, the author investigates the reasons why Germany ultimately failed to produce the atom bomb. Appendices provide the most up-to-date research on a variety of topics, including the small number of craft Japan was developing to carry atom bombs, and the Soviet capture of German nuclear research centres in the Baltic region at the end of the war. Throughout, the author is keen to only rely on the most reliable sources, and lays many myths to rest in the process. The result is a truly compelling and groundbreaking work.