State violence and the formation of ‘two worlds’ in Nazi Germany
This chapter examines the history of state violence in Germany during the Nazi regime. It discusses Chancellor Adolf Hitler's programme for the so-called ‘Final Solution to the Jewish Question’, the imposition and sustainment of the Third Reich by force and the progressive Nazification of Germany. It also analyses the generational divide, the mobilization of the war-youth generation, the radicalization of violence and the social self of the ordinary Nazis during the late 1930s.
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