Synopses & Reviews
A collection of ten seminal essays by Tim Mason on the history of National Socialism in Germany.
Table of Contents
Introduction Jane Caplan; 1. Some origins of the Second World War; 2. The primacy of politics: politics and economics in National Socialist Germany; 3. The origins of the law on the organization of National Labour of 20 January 1934: an investigation of the relationship between 'archaic' and 'modern' elements in recent German history; 4. Internal crisis and war of aggression, 1938-1939; 5. Women in Nazi Germany 1925-40: family, welfare and work; 6. Intention and explanation: a current controversy about the explanation of National Socialism; 7. The containment of the working class in Nazi Germany; 8. The Turin strikes of March 1943; 9. The domestic dynamics of Nazi conquests: a response to critics; 10. Whatever happened to 'fascism'?; Bibliography of publications Tim Mason; Bibliography of works cited; Index.