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Nazi Germany: Primary Sources

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Documents of German History
REF DD3 .S55 1975

   Documents include: "The Twenty-Five Points of the German Workers' Party, 1920," "Goebbel's Propaganda Pamphlet, 1930," Nuremberg Laws on Citizenship and Race, 1935; Literature in National Socialist Germany, 1937-1942; The Munich Agreement; German Demands on Poland, 1939; Hitler on England, 1939; The Russo-German Nonaggession Pact, 1939; The Occupation of Poland, 1939-1940;  The Berlin-rome-Tokio Axis, 1940; Propaganda Leaflets, 1944; and The Yalta Declaration.

Milestone Documents in World History : Exploring the primary soruces that shaped the world.
REF D5 .M53 2010

   SEE  Volume 3 (1839-1941)

   Documents include:  Adolf Hitler's Proclamation to the German People, and the Nuremberg Laws.

Nazi Paris : the history of an occupation 1940-1944
D762 .M588 2010

Remembering Survival : inside a Nazi slave-labor camp
D805 .P7 B76 2011

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