The European Dictatorships : Hitler,Stalin, Mussolini (Cambridge Perspectives in History)

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The European Dictatorships : Hitler,Stalin, Mussolini (Cambridge Perspectives in History)

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An engaging range of period texts and theme books for AS and A Level history. The European dictatorships provides a well-balanced account of the three main European dictatorships in the period 1919-45. Allan Todd explores Stalinism, Fascism and Nazism in detail, dealing with the establishment and maintenance of power, the nature of party and state rule, the distribution of power, the purpose and impact of social and economic policies, opposition, and the significance of foreign policy and war. Comparisons and contrasts between the dictatorships are also highlighted. Using a wide range of primary sources, this book deals with the main historical and interpretive issues of this subject in an accessible way.

Table of Contents

  Dictatorships: ideologies and totalitarianism    1  (13)
Ideological terms 1 (1)
Communism 2 (5)
Fascism 7 (4)
Fascism and Nazism 11 (1)
Dictatorships: authoritarian or 12 (2)
totalitarian?
From Leninism to Stalinism, 1918--28 14 (46)
The impact of the First World War, 1914--17 14 (3)
Why the Bolsheviks succeeded in 17 (5)
establishing power, 1917--18
Civil war and foreign intervention, 1918--21 22 (7)
The revolutionary state, 1921--24 29 (15)
The rise of Stalin, 1924--28 44 (16)
Document case study 57 (3)
Stalin's `revolution from above', 1928--41 60 (24)
Stalin's `turn to the left' and the 60 (4)
abandonment of the NEP
Collectivisation and the five-year plans 64 (4)
How successful were Stalin's economic 68 (3)
policies?
Soviet foreign policy under Stalin 71 (5)
The Soviet state at war, 1941--45 76 (6)
The immediate consequences of the Great 82 (2)
Patriotic War
The Stalinist state, 1929--39 84 (14)
Stalin's insecurities, 1930--34 84 (2)
The Great Purge 86 (4)
Power and the Stalinist state 90 (2)
The impact of the Great purge 92 (1)
Explaining the Great Purge and the Great 92 (3)
Terror
The Stalinist state after the Great 95 (3)
Patriotic War
The rise of Italian Fascism, 1918--24 98 (17)
The impact of the First World War and the 98 (2)
peace treaties, 1914--19
The rise of Fascism, 1919--22 100(9)
Mussolini's consolidation of power, 1922--23 109(6)
Document case study 113(2)
The Fascist state, 1925--45 115(24)
The establishment of the dictatorship, 115(2)
1925--28
The corporate state 117(2)
Economic policy 119(3)
The social impact of Fascism 122(4)
Ducismo: the cult of II Duce and propaganda 126(4)
Fascism and foreign policy 130(4)
The impact of the Second World War, 1940--45 134(5)
Weimar Germany and the rise of Nazism, 139(17)
1919--33
Germany's problems, 1918--20 139(3)
Hitler and the Nazi Party, 1918--24 142(3)
The Nazis' `lean years', 1924--28 145(3)
The collapse of Weimar Germany, 1929--33 148(8)
The Nazi `revolution', 1933--39 156(36)
Economic policy 156(6)
The social impact of Nazism 162(1)
The social classes 162(4)
Volksgemeinschaft 166(11)
Propaganda and the `Hitler myth' 177(3)
Foreign policy and war 180(1)
The `revisionist' phase, 1933--36 180(4)
The pre-war crises, 1938--39 184(1)
The Nazi state at war, 1939--45 185(2)
The historical debate 187(5)
Document case study 189(3)
Consolidating and maintaining the Nazi 192(18)
dictatorship, 1933--39
Creating the Nazi dictatorship 192(2)
Gleichschaltung 194(3)
The Nazi state 197(2)
Power in Nazi Germany 199(5)
Support for Hitler and the Nazis 204(1)
Opposition to the Nazis 205(5)
Comparisons and contrasts 210(15)
Leninism and Stalinism 210(2)
Fascism and Nazism 212(2)
Fascism and communism 214(5)
Problems with totalitarianism and fascism 219(2)
Comparative themes 221(4)
Selected bibliography 225(2)
Chronology 227(6)
Index 233