German Literature, 1922-1945
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Brief Description: This Collection comprises thirty documents in the form of publications, such as collective works, monographs, albums, pamphlets and fiction literature. Dates of publication vary from the early 1920s to mid-1940s. Several editions are regarded as theoretic narratives, exploring the nature of German national ideology within the framework of the National Socialist doctrine. This record group also contains a number of anti-Nazi monographs narrated in the earlier years of the Nazi regime in Germany and afterwards in Europe and in the United States. The authors were largely of German-Jewish descent.
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Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
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Fax: 323-843-9518
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Record Series Number: RG-39/RG-39
Created by: NSDAP, National Socialist German Workers' Party (1933 -- 1945), Anti-Nazi journalists and authors (1920 -- 1945), Josef Goebbels, Minister of Propaganda in National Socialist Government of Germany (1933 -- 1945), Nazi Propaganda Office, Nazi theorists and ideologues (1922 -- 1945), Theory of German National Socialism (1922 -- 1945)
Volume: 0.0
Arrangement: Arrangement of documents assigned by processor
Biographical Note for NSDAP, National Socialist German Workers' Party (1933 -- 1945) : NSDAP becomes a ruling German party and the major player in domestic and foreign policy of Germany since March 1933. Until beginning of May 1945, it held administrative, military and political power in Germany and in Germany-occpupied and controlled territories.
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Subject Index
Nationalism and the Theory of State
National Socialist German Workers' Party
National Socialist Ideology
National Socialist Propaganda
Nazi antisemitic propaganda
Languages of Materials
German [ger]
Rights/Use Restrictions: Copyrighted materials