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Backing HitlerConsent and Coercion in Nazi Germany$
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Robert Gellately

Print publication date: 2001

Print ISBN-13: 9780198205609

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198205609.001.0001

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Injustice and the Jews

Injustice and the Jews

(p.121) 6 Injustice and the Jews
Backing Hitler

Robert Gellately

Oxford University Press

This chapter focuses on the so-called ‘race enemies’. Anti-Semitism was pushed from the beginning of Hitler's dictatorship, but in the first two and a half years, more cautiously than often supposed. From May 1935, however, actions aimed at Jews accelerated, and by mid-July vandals were hitting stores on the best streets in downtown Berlin. Anti-Semitism of one kind or another was reported from all over the country. The Party insisted that its members boycott the Jews, with the obvious implication that all citizens should do so as well.

Keywords:   Nazis, anti-Semitism, Hitler, Jews

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