‘The first edition of Hitler’s Germany was praised for its usefulness for students of Nazi Germany and for the general reader, and the second edition is equally so. Stackelberg writes in plain English and brilliantly summarises even the most complicated areas of the Nazi period and the most arcane historical debates. This is a first class work of synthesis …There is good reason for every school library to have a copy of this book and for every teacher of the history of the Weimar Republic and Nazi Germany to have one too. So as they say, rush out and buy it.’ – History Teaching Review
Praise for the first edition:
'This is an important new textbook on the Nazi period which is geared to intermediate and advanced undergraduates and will also interest general audiences ... This book is a real winner and deserves wide use.' – Bruce Campbell, German Studies Review
'An excellent job ... provides a comprehensive and sophisticated analysis of the origins of National Socialism in Germany, Hitler's rise to power, and the nature of the Nazi regime after 1933 ... no small achievement.' – David Crew, University of Texas, Austin
About the Author
Roderick Stackelberg is Robert K. and Ann J. Powers Professor of the Humanities Emeritus at Gonzaga University. His publications include The Routledge Companion to Nazi Germany (2007) and with Sally A. Winkle, The Nazi Germany Sourcebook (2002).