Nazism 1919–1945 Volume 3

BookNazism 1919–1945 Volume 3

Nazism 1919–1945 Volume 3

Foreign Policy, War and Racial Extermination: A Documentary Reader

Exeter Studies in History


August 1st, 2001



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This is a new edition of Volume Three of the four volume collection of documents on Nazism 1919-1945, with substantial revisions to three chapters and the inclusion of many new documents, an index and a revised bibliography. The volume contains the most systematic documentation available in English of the Nazi programmes of racial and eugenic extermination, including a case study of the occupation of Poland.

Author Information

Jeremy Noakes is Professor of History at Exeter University.

Table of Contents

Section TitlePage
List of Illustrations
1. Commercial, Diplomatic and Scientific Travellers
2 Passionate Pilgrims
3. Audubon and Catlin: Artists of the American Wilderness
4. Herman Melville: Redburn
5. Nathaniel Hawthorne, American Consul
6. Social Observers
7. African American Campaigners, Abolition and Evangelism
8. Lecturers and Reformers
9. The American Civil War
10. Overviews of the City and Public Events
Further Reading