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Der Fuehrer

Swiss Confederation and the Reich

Soldiers (Soldaten)

The storm troopers’ book of honor

The music of the Third Reich

Charlemagne, Karl der Grosse, Ludwig der Stromme, Carl the Great, Louis the Pious

Dalmatian Spring

Herder novella

Die and grow

The True Germany

Girls – your world!, A yearbook of German girls

The outlaws

The tree of Clery

Documents from the Third Reich

Little Ethnogeny of the German people

Jews introduce themselves

The characteristics of National Socialism

Ethnogeny of the Jewish people

The party rally of freedom between September 10 and 16, 1935

Luther library of the Paulus museum of the city of Worms

Documents of German politics

This is Poland

Jewry and Social Democracy

The quarry

“Der Stuermer” Self-Description

Translation of RG-39.27 “Der Stuermer” Self-Description

Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf

RG-39.28, Die neue Reichskanzlei and letter from Speer to Kerrl

RG-39.28, Die neue Reichskanzlei and letter from Speer to Kerrl

RG-39.28, Die neue Reichskanzlei and letter from Speer to Kerrl

RG-39.28, Die neue Reichskanzlei and letter from Speer to Kerrl

RG-39.28, Die neue Reichskanzlei and letter from Speer to Kerrl

RG-39.28, Die neue Reichskanzlei and letter from Speer to Kerrl

RG-39.28, Die neue Reichskanzlei and letter from Speer to Kerrl

RG-39.28, Die neue Reichskanzlei and letter from Speer to Kerrl

RG-39.28, Die neue Reichskanzlei and letter from Speer to Kerrl

RG-39.28, Die neue Reichskanzlei and letter from Speer to Kerrl

RG-39.28, Die neue Reichskanzlei and letter from Speer to Kerrl

RG-39.28, Die neue Reichskanzlei and letter from Speer to Kerrl

RG-39.28, Die neue Reichskanzlei and letter from Speer to Kerrl



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Title: German Literature, 1922-1945Add to your cart.

Predominant Dates:1932 -- 1942

ID: RG-39/RG-39

Primary Creator: NSDAP, National Socialist German Workers' Party (1933 -- 1945)

Other Creators: 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)

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Arrangement: Arrangement of documents assigned by processor

Subjects: Nationalism and the Theory of State, National Socialist German Workers' Party, National Socialist Ideology, National Socialist Propaganda, Nazi antisemitic propaganda

Languages: German

Abstract

This Record Group comprised publications compiled by National Socialist movement before and after 1933 (when the NSDAP became a ruling political party of Germany).  A number of publications can be charcterized as popular Nazi propaganda narratives of antisemitic and vigorously anti-Jewish content. The other publications relate to the typical nationalistic glorification of German nation. A separate group of publications can be regarded as analitical works discussing the theory of National Socialism, for example the three volumes entiltled The National Socialist Revolution. Hitler's Mein Kampf is also included in this record group. Additionally, there is several publication of fictional character. 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.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

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.

Collection Historical Note

National Socialism as ideology in theoretical terms exhibits the characteristic features of an extreme nationalism. Hitler's Mein Kampf laid a foundation for the further political development of the German nationalism. Over the course of 1920s and early 1930s this ideology embraced racial geopolitical components. Overall, the theoretical premise of the German National Socialism combined the paradigm of Italian fascism with the geostratigical revisionism of post-Versailles European realities. Antisemitism and eventual emphasis on the sanation of German nation from the "foreign, hostile and parasitic Jewish element" had become one of the corner-stones of German domestic and foreign politics.

RG-39.01, Adolf Eichmann trial protocols

Police of Israel

6 issues

Language, German

The books include Eichmann’s interviews taken at his trial

RG-39.02, Der Fuehrer

Hitler’s Rise to Power

By Konrad Heiden

Published by Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1944

English biography of Hitler, written by a German journalist who had attended the first Nazi meetings in the early 1920s. He was a Social Democrat and thus had to leave the country

RG-39.03, Eidgenossenschaft und Reich

Ein Schweizer ueber das Verhaeltnis der Eidgenossenschaft zum Reich

Swiss Confederation and the Reich

A Swiss-published book featuring the relations between the Swiss Confederation and Germany

By Alfred Zander

Verlag Grenze und Ausland, Berlin, 1942

Publishing house border and foreign countries, Berlin, 1942

A Swiss National Socialist writes about the relations between Germany and Switzerland. The book was banned by the Allies after the war.

Chapters:

<ul> <li> The Swiss and the New Germany</li> <li> Blooming in the Reich. Historical retrospective</li> <li> A Germanic myth: confederation</li> <li> Stronghold of international forces (Jewry, Freemasons, Marxism, liquidation)</li> <li> Germanic peoples on the Rhine</li></ul>

RG-39.04, Soldaten

Preussisches Fuehrertum von Waterloo bis Ypern

Soldiers

Prussian leadership from Waterloo to Ypres

By Herbert Blank

Berlin, 1932

A book featuring the Prussian successes on the battlefields in the 19th century

RG-39.05, Das Ehrenbuch der SA

The storm troopers’ book of honor

Dedicated to the unknown SA man

By Karl W.H. Koch, 1934

Chapters:

<ul> <li> Preface</li> <li> Early days</li> <li> Development until the Coburg Elections. In 1929, Coburg was the first German city in which the Nazi Party won the absolute majority of the popular votes during municipal elections</li> <li> 1923</li> <li> From the windbreaker to the brown shirt</li> <li> The path to the SA</li> <li> The struggle for the dominance in the streets</li> <li> Propaganda</li> <li> A storm goes to the countryside</li> <li> The red Berlin</li> <li> Business terror</li> <li> About the life of the SA</li> <li> Captivity</li> <li> The last time of ban</li> <li> The decision is feasible</li> <li> Through the Brandenburg gate</li> <li> The SA’s last way to victory</li> <li> Germany is free</li> <li> The concluding remarks</li></ul>

This propaganda book includes photographs and portraits of the early SA members such as Viktor Lutze, Adolf Huehnlein, Adolf Beckerle and others

RG-39.06, Die Musik im dritten Reich (The Music in the Third Reich)

The music of the Third Reich

Cultural policy speeches and essays

By Peter Raabe

Gustav Boffe publishing house, Regensburg, 1935

Content:

<ul> <li> Preface</li> <li> Music in the Third Reich</li> <li> About the new building of German musical culture</li> <li> Wagner’s “Meistersinger” (Mastersingers) and our time</li> <li> Nationalism, Internationalism, and music</li> <li> Culture and community</li></ul>

Peter Raabe was the head of the German Department for Music under the National-Socialist regime. He was no anti-Semite. He tried to distance himself from Nazis

RG-39.07, Karl der Grosse

Ludwig der Fromme

Zwei Lebensbeschreibungen von Einhard und Thegan

Charlemagne

Louis the Pious

Two biographies by Einhard and Thegan

Philipp Reclam Jun. publishing house, Leipzig

Undated

RG-39.08, Dalmatinischer Fruehling

Bericht einer romantischen Fahrt

The Dalmatian Spring

Chronicle of a romantic passage

By Wolfgang Frank

Hans Koehler publishing house, Hamburg, 1936

RG-39.09, Hirtennovelle

A Herder novella

By Ernst Wiechert (a popular writer at the time)

Albert Langen/Georg Mueller publishing house, Munich, 1935

RG-39.10, Deutschland und die Welt

Atlas fuer Beruf und Haus

Germany and the World

Geographical atlas

Gruene Post Verlag, Berlin, 1934

RG-39.11, Stirb und Werde

Aus Briefen und Kriegstagebuchblaettern des Leutnants Bernhard von der Marwitz

Die and Grow

Entries from the letters and the diary of the Second Lieutenant, Bernhard von der Marwitz

Wilh, Gottl and Korn publishing house, Breslau, 1931

RG-39.12, Das wahre Deutschland

Auslandsblaetter der Deutschen Freiheitspartei

The True Germany

A narrative about the German Freedom Party

November, December, 1940, Berlin – London

This is an anti-Nazi publication

Content:

<ul> <li> Roosevelt</li> <li> The Third Byzantium</li> <li> The German worker and the Nazi war</li> <li> National Socialist cultural mirror</li> <li> Germany’s financial miracle</li> <li> Pseudoscience in the Third Reich <ul> <li> Philosophy and ideology</li> </ul> </li> <li> The way to German liberty <ul> <li> Eternal broadcast crimes</li> <li> Russia and the Reich</li> <li> The gift of forced labor</li> <li> Fooled citizens</li> <li> Bad nerves in the Third Reich?</li> <li> Streicher, the poetry</li> </ul> </li></ul>

RG-39.13, Maedel – eure Welt!

Das Jahrbuch der Deutschen Maedel

Girls, this is your world!

Yearbook for the German girls

Published by Hilde Munske

Central publishing house of the NSDAP, Munich, 1943

Content:

<ul> <li> Girls at work</li> <li> About German women</li> <li> About the workday and job</li> <li> Through German land</li> <li> Europe and the world</li> <li> Narrations</li> <li> The joy of artistic pursuit</li></ul>

RG-39.14, Die Geaechteten

The Outlaws

By Ernst von Salomon

Rowohlt publishing house, Berlin, 1933

A novel

RG-39.15, Der Baum von Clery

The Tree of Clery

By Joachim von der Goltz

A novel

Albert Langen/Georg Mueller, Munich, 1934

RG-39.16, Dokumente aus dem Dritten Reich

Documents from the Third Reich

Published by Dr. Adolf Dresler, written by Fritz Maier-Hartmann

Central publishing house of the NSDAP, Munich, 1939

The book has Nazi seals all over it.

A chronicle that shows the events for each year since the Nazis came to power in 1933. The first chapter is “Germany before the Nazis,” followed by “The first year under National Socialist governance, January 30, 1933 – January 30, 1934” and so on.

The last chapter is “The German Empire at the Fuehrer’s 50th birthday”

RG-39.17, Kleine Rassenkunde des Deutschen Volkes

Little Ethnogeny of the German people

By Hans F.K. Guenther

J.F. Lehmanns publishing house, Munich, 1934

A propagandist publication. It contains illustrations (mainly headshots to show racial characteristics)

RG-39.18, Juden stellen sich vor

Jews Introduce Themselves

Stürmer publishing house

It contains 24 pictures (portraits of Jews, for instance the cadger, the chapman, etc.) from the Stürmer cartoonists.

An antisemitic publication

RG-39.19, Das Wesensgefuege des Nationalsozialismus

The Characterization of National Socialism

By Alfred Rosenberg

Eher publishing house, Munich, 1932

A Nazi ideological publication

Content:

<ul> <li> The preconditions</li> <li> Racial philosophy and the organization  of the state</li> <li> Foreign policy and economic ethics</li> <li> Ideology, religion, politics</li> <li> Rebirth of a civilized behavior</li> <li> Symbols of life</li> <li> Supplement (a program)</li></ul>

RG-39.20, Rassenkunde des juedischen Volkes

Ethnology of the Jewish people

By Hans F.K. Guenther

J.F. Lehmanns publishing house, Munich, 1931

A racial publication

Content:

<ul> <li> Introduction</li> <li> The population of Palestine before the immigration of the Hebrews</li> <li> The Hebrews at the time of their immigration to Canaan</li> <li> The merge of the Hebrews and the Canaanites</li> <li> Merge of peoples and races through resettlement of the Hebrews</li> <li> The Hebrews’ ideas of the beauty</li> <li> Jews from the time of their diversion until the 19th century</li> <li> Jews at the modern time</li> <li> The Jewish question</li> <li> Maps</li></ul>

RG-39.21, Der Parteitag der Freiheit vom 10. bis 16. September 1935

Offizieller Bericht ueber den Verlauf des Reichsparteitages mit saemtlichen Kongressreden

The Party rallies of freedom between September 10 and 16, 1935

Official report about the course of the party rallies, including the narratives of the speeches

Central publishing house of the NSDAP, Munich, 1936

A Nazi ideology publication

RG-39.22, Luther Bibliothek des Paulus-Museums der Stadt Worms

Luther library of the Paulus museum of the city of Worms

Darmstadt, 1922

Content:

<ul> <li> Preface to the first edition</li> <li> Preface to the second edition</li> <li> Introduction</li> <li> The First chapter <ul> <li> Autographs</li> <li> Manuscripts</li> <li> Rare prints and curiosities before and until the beginning of the Reformation</li> </ul> </li> <li> The Second  chapter <ul> <li> Luther autotypes 1516-1545</li> </ul> </li> <li> The Third  chapter <ul> <li> Luther’s writings, published after his death</li> <li> Collected edition of all of Luther’s works</li> </ul> </li> <li> The Fourth chapter <ul> <li> Contemporaries of Luther.  Protagonists, and enemies of the Reformation</li> </ul> </li></ul>

RG-39.23, Dokumente der Deutschen Politik

Documents of German politics (5 volumes)

By Dr. Axel Friedrichs and Dr. Hans Bolz

Junker und Duennhaupt publishing house, Berlin, 1935 – 1938

National Socialist ideology

Volume 1:

Die Nationalsozialisitische Revolution 1933

The National Socialist Revolution 1933

<ul> <li> The seizure of power by the National Socialists</li> <li> Fight for freedom</li> <li> The fight for the German worker</li> <li> The rebuilding of nation, economy, culture and law</li></ul>

Volume 2:

Der Aufbau des deutschen Fuehrerstaates

Das Jahr 1934

The building of a German Fuehrer nation

The year of 1934

<ul> <li> The building of a German Fuehrer nation</li> <li> German peace policy</li> <li> The realignment of nation, people, economy, culture, and law</li></ul>

Volume 3:

Deutschlands Weg zur Freiheit, 1935

Germany’s way to freedom,  1935

<ul> <li> National Socialist politics</li> <li> Germany’s struggle for peace and fairness</li> <li> The realignment of nation, people, economy, culture, and law</li></ul>

Volume 4:

Deutschlands Aufstieg zur Grossmacht

Germany’s path to a major power

<ul> <li> The National Socialist state and the National Socialist movement</li> <li> The struggle for peace and German honor</li> <li> The realignment of nation, people, economy, culture, and law</li></ul>

Volume 5:

Von der Grossmacht zur Weltmacht, 1937

From the major power to a world power, 1937

<ul> <li> The National Socialist state and the National Socialist movement</li> <li> Germany’s foreign policy</li> <li> The realignment of nation, people, economy, culture, and law</li></ul>

RG-39.24, Das ist Polen

This is Poland

By F.W. von Derken

Albert Langen/Georg Mueller publishing house, Munich, 1932

Content:

<ul> <li> The unknown land</li> <li> The miracle on the Vistula (The Polish-Russian War of 1920)</li> <li> Fait accompli (the annexation of  Wilno and the conflict with Lithuania)</li> <li> Korfanty conducts the war (The Struggle for Upper Silesia 1921)</li> <li> The Marshall goes to the front (Pilsudski’s coup d’état in May 1926)</li> <li> The country of the elite (The affair Zagurski, Pilsudski’s finance minister on trial.  Middle Ages in Brest - Litovsk)</li> <li> East Polish Inferno (The fight against Belarusians)</li> <li> Informers and spies in Upper Silesia (agent Pielawski and his methods)</li> <li> The big knock against the German school</li> <li> The Ulitz case</li> <li> All hell is let loose</li> <li> Mass migration in modern times (How 800,000 Germans were resettled  within ten years)</li> <li> The neighbor who doesn’t like it</li></ul>

RG-39.25, Judentum und Sozialdemokratie

Jewry and Social Democracy

By Karl Paumgartten

Heimatverlag Leopold Stocker, Graz, ca 1920

Antisemitic publication

Content:

<ul> <li> Preconditions</li> <li> Jewish character</li> <li> What is a Jew?</li> <li> Who is a Jew?</li> <li> How does the Jew do it?</li> <li> Proletarians and bourgeois</li> <li> Cosmopolitanism and Internationalism</li> <li> Leveling down</li> <li> Wage policy</li> <li> Shifting</li> <li> Dictatorship of the proletariat</li> <li> Walter Rathenau</li> <li> What is now?</li></ul>

RG-39.26, Der Steinbruch

The quarry

By Joachim von der Goltz

A novel

Albert Langen/Georg Mueller, Munich, 1938

RG-39.27, Der Stuermer,  Self-Description

RG-39.28, Translation of RG-39.27 Der Stürmer, Self-Description

RG-39.29, Geschichte der Juedischen Muenzen

The History of Jewish coins

By M.A. Levy

Nies’sche Buchdruckerei publishing house, Leipzig, 1862

A history of Jewish coins including illustrations and charts

RG-39.30, Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf

A 1937 edition

Note on the first flyleaf reads, “Given to me by a German women [sic] whose home we made our C.P.

23 May 1945, Drewer Nord near Recklinghausen

Biographical Note

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.

Subject/Index Terms

Nationalism and the Theory of State
National Socialist German Workers' Party
National Socialist Ideology
National Socialist Propaganda
Nazi antisemitic propaganda

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Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: The quarry, 1938Add to your cart.

Der Steinbruch, The Quarry

A novel by Joachim von der Goltz and published by Albert Langen/Georg Mueller in Munich, 1938.

Subject/Index Terms:
German Literature
German Novel
Creators:
Joachim von der Goltz
Albert Langen/Georg Mueller Publishing House

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