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Lessons from German history

Fritz Stern
Main Author: Stern, Fritz
Published: New York/N.Y., 2005
Contained in: Foreign affairs New York, NY : Council on Foreign Relations, 1922 84(2005), 3, Seite 14-18
Journal Title: Foreign affairs
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ISSN: 0015-7120
Keywords: Deutschland > Drittes Reich > Geschichtlicher Überblick > Bestimmungsfaktoren > Nationalsozialismus > Extremismus > Holocaust > Kulturelle Identität > Sozioökonomische Entwicklung > Propaganda
Germany > Third Reich > Historical surveys > Determinants > Nazism > Extremism > Cultural identity > Socio-economic development
Language: English
Physical Description: 84 (May-June 2005) 3
PPN (Catalogue-ID): 1623744636
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