bracher on cause for national socialism

bracher on cause for national socialism - The long term...

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The long term origins of National Socialism according to Bracher Bracher believed the events which led to National Socialism were the attitudes of the Germans to the French revolution, the second Reich, government problems of the German empire and its drive to become a world power during World War One, and the crisis ridden Weimer republic. This is different from Dahrendorf’s view on what caused nation socialism in a couple ways. Dahrendorf believed National Socialism was able to flourish since Germany quickly went from an agrarian society to an industrialized society within a 40 year period. Germany pulled this off by having the state take control of the social goods for the benefit of the state, by allowing the state to control all commodities this rapid industrialization became possible, but by this process Industrialization prevented the liberal principle from developing in Germany. The French revolution impacted Germany in such a way that thoughts involving a national consciousness flourished in Germany. This led to the change of Germany from a humanistic state to the national idea of the German culture mission. Germany liberated themselves from napoleon allowing
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