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How did the Nazis imagine their victory and the subsequent 'Thousand-Year Reich'? Between 1939 and 1943, the Nazi imperial Utopia started to take shape in the conquered areas of Eastern Europe, brutally emptied of their inhabitants, who were displaced, reduced to slavery and, in the case of the Jews and a considerable number of Slavs, murdered. This Utopia had its engineers, its agencies and its pioneers (no fewer than 27,000 Germans, most of them young). It aroused fervent support. In the Thousand-Year Reich, with its borders extended by conquest, a racially pure community would soon live a…mehr

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How did the Nazis imagine their victory and the subsequent 'Thousand-Year Reich'? Between 1939 and 1943, the Nazi imperial Utopia started to take shape in the conquered areas of Eastern Europe, brutally emptied of their inhabitants, who were displaced, reduced to slavery and, in the case of the Jews and a considerable number of Slavs, murdered. This Utopia had its engineers, its agencies and its pioneers (no fewer than 27,000 Germans, most of them young). It aroused fervent support. In the Thousand-Year Reich, with its borders extended by conquest, a racially pure community would soon live a life of peace and prosperity, in total harmony. In this book, renowned historian Christian Ingrao draws on extensive archival material to shed new light on this movement and explain how it could prove so appealing, examining the coherence and the inner contradictions of the activities undertaken by the different institutions, the careers of the women and men who played a part in them, and the ambitious plans that were drawn up. Ingrao adopts a social anthropological point of view to investigate the emotions aroused by the Nazi dream, and describes not just the hatred and the anxieties it fed on but also the joys and expectations it created - two sides of a single reality. As we learn from the terrible violence unleashed across the region of Zamosc, on the border between Poland and Ukraine, the hopes of the Nazis became a nightmare for the native populations. This important work reveals an aspect of Nazism that is often overlooked and greatly extends our understanding of the general framework in which the Holocaust was realized. It will find a wide audience among students and scholars of modern German history and among a broad general readership.

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  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 320
  • Erscheinungstermin: 5. März 2019
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781509527786
  • Artikelnr.: 55643410
Autorenporträt
Christian Ingrao is one of the leading experts on the history of Nazism. Currently a researcher at the Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS), he was director of the Institut d'histoire du temps présent (IHTP) from 2008 to 2013. His previous books include Believe and Destroy: Intellectuals in the SS War Machine (Polity, 2013).
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List of Maps Acknowledgments Synoptic table of plans for Germanization, displacements of population, and construction Introduction Prologue: The moment of Utopia (September 1939 - summer 1943) The mist-enshrouded time of foundations (1 September - 30 November 1939) The round of short-term plans (1 December 1939 - 21 June 1941) New horizons: the General Plan for the East (22 June 1941-15 February 1943) Part I: The men and the institutions of Utopia Chapter One: A nebula of institutions The diversity of the institutions of Utopia The central institutions: RKFdV, RSHA, WVHA The regional and local extensions of the SS: HSSPF and SSPF Local agencies and institutions: EWZ and UWZ Civilian administrations of incorporated and occupied territories How consensus was generated Forms and thoughts of the future in the East: the three main general plans The RSHA plans The WVHA memoranda Planning the RKFdV Chapter Two: Networks and trajectories of the men of the East 'Men' of the East? A world
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'This is a highly original and important book. Christian Ingrao draws masterfully on a wide range of sources to deliver compelling new insight into the Nazi plans for the East, at the same time illuminating our understanding of the context in which the Holocaust was conceived.' Jean-Marc Dreyfus, University of Manchester 'Christian Ingrao offers a grim but compelling story, reminding us that the Nazis' genocidal policies were only part of an even more far-reaching utopian project, a project that succeeded in mobilizing the energies of tens of thousands of young men and women, inspired by the dream of a greater Germany.' Mark Roseman Director, Borns Jewish Studies Program, Indiana University 'We are indebted to Christian Ingrao for giving us a fine reading based on the best sources of this bloody episode of modern history.' Olivier Wieviorka, Libération 'Christian Ingrao's new book is a landmark and tour de force. In highlighting the interplay of Utopia and genocide, it sheds a fresh and disturbing light on our times.' Paul Gradvohl, L'Histoire