The Weimar Republic, 1918–1933
A History of the First German Democracy
1918 to 1933 were fateful years and the failure of the Weimar Republic is one of the great catastrophes of German history as well as world history. If the Weimar Republic had not failed and Hitler had not come to power, the world in which we live would look quite different.
The question of whether the Weimar Republic could have been saved or if its implosion was unavoidable is still a matter of fierce debate. Heinrich August Winkler begins with this very question and keeps the reader in suspense by carefully presenting the evidence. The result is a very unique approach to the history of the Weimar Republic – one that is scholarly and accessible, narrative and analytical, and particularly engaging because it allows readers to think for themselves.
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