By Roderick Stackelberg
The Routledge significant other to Nazi Germany КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: RoutledgeСерия: Routledge partners to HistoryАвтор(ы): Roderick StackelbergЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2007Количество страниц: 380ISBN: 0-203-92696-XФормат: pdf (e-book)Размер: 1.97 mb RAPIDили IFOLDER zero
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It was primarily a political conﬂict. Nonetheless, it must be included in any historiographical survey of Nazism for at least three reasons: ﬁrst, it involved a wide array of inﬂuential historians (and other public ﬁgures) in West Germany, almost exclusively from the generation born before the Second World War; it also provided an important spur to detailed empirical investigations of the Holocaust in the 1990s; and third, it served as an object lesson of how closely linked historical interpretation often is to political ideology and how scholarship is sometimes at odds with personal memory and experience.
MARXIST INTERPRETATIONS: THE OFFICIAL PARTY LINE From the early 1920s Marxist interpretations of fascism and Nazism have provided the major stimulus for scholarly inquiry and debate. There is no doubt that both before and after the war the most incisive and thorough – but also the 24 HISTORIOGRAPHY most controversial – analyses of fascism were put forward by theorists who, for all their differences, identiﬁed themselves as part of the Marxist tradition. One reason Marxists dominated the discussion before 1945 is that for Marxists an accurate analysis of Nazism was not just an academic exercise but a necessary precondition for effective action to counter the Nazi threat.
His conservative colleague Gerhard Ritter defended the Prussian monarchical tradition and went even further than Meinecke in attributing the origins of Nazism to European-wide developments. According to Ritter Nazism had its source in Enlightenment doctrines and the democratic revolutions of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. 11 According to Ritter, Hitler’s precursors were the populist non-German demagogues Robespierre and Lenin, not the German aristocrats Bismarck or Wilhelm II.