By Roger Manvell, Heinrich Fraenkel
Desde los a#241;os veinte a los a#241;os de guerra y horror que culminaron en los campos de exterminio, los angeles historia de l. a. SS y de l. a. Gestapo, marcan el desarrollo del sistema mas depravado del pensamiento politico que jamas ha oprimido a los angeles humanidad. He aqui l. a. elite de l. a. Raza Maestra, y he aqui sus infelices victimas, humilladas, torturadas y ejecutadas. #191;Se ha vencido el pasado? #191;O los germenes duermen todavia?
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Arthur Greiser (Bundesarchiv, Koblenz) 30. Albert Forster (Süddeutscher Verlag, Munich) 31. Hitler reacting to news of France’s request for an armistice, 1940 (Bibliothek für Zeitgeschichte, Stuttgart) 32. Hitler visiting the Maginot Line in Alsace, 1940 (Bibliothek für Zeitgeschichte, Stuttgart) 33. Hitler in Freudenstadt, 1940 (Bibliothek für Zeitgeschichte, Stuttgart) 34. Crowds in the Wilhelmplatz, Berlin, 1940 (Bibliothek für Zeitgeschichte, Stuttgart) 35. Hitler bids farewell to Franco, Hendaye, 1940 (Ullstein Bilderdienst, Berlin) 36.
More than anyone she has borne the brunt of the work – in the day-to-day running of a busy Department, in handling an extensive and mounting correspondence, and in coping with a variety of other tasks – which spilled over from my attempts to combine writing a biography of Hitler with being a professor at a university in a British system currently choking under the weight of its own bureaucracy. She has also been a constant source of support during the entire period of the writing of this work. Finally, on home ground in Manchester, the Convenor and Fellows of SOFPIK, the club of which I am most proud to be a member, have shown their friendship and support for even longer than it has taken to write these two volumes on Hitler.
The internal dynamics of an ideologically driven police force with its own agenda, on the look-out for new racial target-groups, searching for fresh possibilities of ‘solving the Jewish Question’, additionally meant that radicalism in the fight against the ‘racial enemy’ mounted, rather than subsided, in the ‘quiet years’ of 1936 and 1937. 20 In the other sphere most closely linked with Hitler’s own ideological obsessions, the expansion of Germany’s borders, radicalizing forces were also at work.