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It amounted to a search for the pathological causes of the collapse of civilization in German society. AC marked it as to-read Sep 14, Alister Godden added it Aug 27, Nazi Germany and the Jews: Tedious,and boring yet scholarly.
Broszat was a pioneer of Alltagsgeschichte history of everyday life. In the s, hitleg German historian Martin Broszat famously argued that overtly moral analyses of the Third Reich suffered from their embrace of a “black-and-white” perspective that drew too rigid a dichotomy between perpetrators and victims, obscured the era’s gray complexity, bracketed off the Third Reich from “normal” modes of historical analysis such as an empathetic perspective towards the historical actors themselves and prevented it from being integrated into the large sweep of German history Broszat argued against characterizing Nazi Germany as a totalitarian regime and criticized Karl Dietrich Bracher and Ernst Nolte for advancing such teh notion.
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Memory and Morality in Twentieth-Century Germany. The Peculiarities of German History: Arnold Press, pages — The Years of Persecution Problems and Perspectives of Interpretation Bloomsbury Revelations.
Broszat called for a history that could allow one take in account nuances and degrees of agreement between German anti-Nazis and Nazis, thus allowing historians to write a history that could allow one to accept the fact statr one could be both an anti-Nazi and an anti-Semite.
Pantheon Books, page Read Ian Kershaw instead. In the initial months ofNazi officials instituted a number of radical policies including purges and the construction of concentration camps. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Lesley Fuller rated it liked it Apr 22, In his book Der Staat Hitlers The Hitler StateBroszat argued that Nazi Germany was dominated by a power struggle by various institutions and that these power struggles explained the course that Nazi Germany took. Pierre Goss marked it as to-read Nov 28, Daniel rated it really liked it Feb 19, InBroszat wrote a letter to the Die Zeit newspaper to “hammer home, once more, the persistently ignored or denied difference between concentration and extermination camps”.
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