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The Regional Leaders of the Nazi Party and Their Deputies

Michael D. Miller Andreas Schulz



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25 March 2021
No dictator can effectively govern a nation on his own. This was certainly the case with Adolf Hitler, who had little time for or interest in the day-to-day regional administration of the Nazi Party. For that purpose, he appointed his most loyal, charismatic, and brutal subordinates: The Little Hitlers , officially known as Gauleiters.

In this third volume of a series begun in 2012, Michael Miller and Andreas Schulz present, in meticulous detail, the lives, careers, and crimes of 37 such men. Included are several whose wartime career paths took them outside of their home provinces and led to widespread oppression and terror outside the borders of the Reich. Among these were Fritz Sauckel, who presided over the roundup of millions for slave labor in the Reich, Josef Terboven who oppressed the people of Norway with uncompromising brutality for five years, and Gustav Simon who ruthlessly Germanized Luxembourg. Perhaps most notorious of all was Julius Streicher, whose virulent attacks- in writing and at the podium- made him the unofficial face of anti-Semitism in Nazi Germany.
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Imprint:   FONTHILL
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 248mm,  Width: 172mm,  Spine: 45mm
Weight:   1.673kg
ISBN:   9781781558263
ISBN 10:   1781558264
Series:   Gauleiter: The Regional Leaders of the Nazi Party and Their Deputies
Pages:   616
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Michael Miller was born in Torrance, California on 28 May 1971. A U.S. Navy Veteran (1989-1993) who served in Sardinia and Spain, he is the author or co-author of six books on the senior leadership of the Third Reich. His interest in European history, with emphasis on the Second World War, dates back to 1978. He currently works as a certified peer specialist for the Department of Veterans Affairs in California. Andreas Schulz was born in Stendal (Altmark) on 12 April 1965. After completing his studies in Magdeburg, he worked as a hydraulic engineer. For over a decade, he has served in the Bundespresseamt (Federal Press Office) of the German Government.

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