Germany - Fascist or Soviet?jan peczkis|Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Weimar Germany Just Before Hitler's Ascension to Power. Communist-Nazi Violence. "Nazi" Positions Widely Held By Non-Nazis!
Weimar Germany Just Before Hitler's Ascension to Power. Communist-Nazi Violence. "Nazi" Positions Widely Held By Non-Nazis!, This work provides quite a bit of detail about the street violence between German Communists and German National Socialists in the years before Hitler came to power in 1933. In the year before this book was published (1932), there were 5,500 Nazis and 9,500 Reds wounded, in violent clashes between the two groups, according to the respective National Socialist and Communist sources. (p. 39).
Perhaps the most striking aspect of this book is the fact that two major political positions commonly associated with the Nazis--antagonism towards reparations and the German enmity towards Poland--were actually held by virtually all Germans! The following quote from Knickerbocker (pp. 150-151) makes it all clear:
This is perhaps the most politically disunited country in the world and in the past has had only one point upon which the entire nation from Communists to Monarchists, from workmen to millionaires, were agreed. That was that the Polish corridor could not persist permanently. Today for the first time the Germans are equally unanimous that reparations cannot, must not, and will not be paid.
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