Table of contents for The fateful alliance : German conservatives and Nazis in 1933 : the Machtergreifung in a new light / Hermann Beck.

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Preface.....................................................................................viii
Introduction		Perspectives on the Nazi Seizure of Power,						30 January to 14 July 1933......................................1
			
New Aspects of the Nazi Seizure of Power................. ..5
			Previous Assessments of the Nazi Seizure of Power..........8 
			The DNVP: Mass Party or Party of Notables?..................16				Overview of Contents...............................................31
Chapter I	 	Pragmatists versus Fundamentalists:
The DNVP in the Weimar Republic, 1918-1933.........34 
	
The DNVP during the Early Republic (1920-1924)..........37
The Dawes Plan..................................................43
			From the Dawes Plan to Hugenberg (1924-1928)...........47	
			The End of Conservative Moderation.........................56
			The Young Plan...................................................59
			The First Division...............................................62
			Toward a More Authoritarian Republic.......................67
			The Second Division............................................72
			The DNVP and the Rise of Nazism...........................77
			German National Assessments of Nazism before 1933.....85
Chapter II		Uneasy Partners:
The Relationship between the DNVP and the Nazis,
30 January-5 March........................................92
			
			The Impact of 30 January......................................98
			Opposition to Nazi Repression and Increasing Terror...112
			
Chapter III		Conservatives and the NSDAP during the
			"National Revolution" of March 1933...................125
			Becoming Obsolete: 
			The Outcome of the March Elections.......................129
			Crusades against Bourgeois Corruption and
			Special Interests................................................138
			Nazi Attacks Prepare the Takeover..........................142
			Conservative Bastions under Attack.........................146
			The Last Hurdle: Potsdam and the Enabling Act..........152
Chapter IV		The Nazis and the Conservative B¿rgertum:
			A Clash of Worlds...........................................159
			Nazi "Revolutionary Fervor" in Action....................162
			Traditional Hierarchies and
			Conservative Values on the Line...........................168
			Anti-Bourgeois Ideology and Rhetoric.................... .174
			The "Demis" of the B¿rger.................................180
			The Anti-Bourgeois Thrust of the 
			Nazi Social Revolution.......................................184
Chapter V		Between the Dictates of Conscience and 
Political Expediency: The DNVP and 
Anti-Semitism.................................................189
A Contradictory Record: Previous Research
on the DNVP and Anti-Semitism............................191
Anti-Semitic Violence.........................................197
			Conservatives and Anti-Semitism...........................204
			Nationale Juden................................................210
			Protests, Regret, and Efforts to Help........................216
			Rejection and Disapprobation................................223
			The German National Predicament..........................228
			Conclusion......................................................235
Chapter VI		Rebellion against the Inevitable:
			The Tribulations of Spring 1933..........................237
			"False Friends": Nazis Turn Their 
"Revolutionary Fervor" against German Nationals.......246
Loss of Influence in Economic and Professional Organizations.................................................. 252
Physical Violence and the Threat of Arrest............... 255
The Vain Struggle to Survive:
German Nationals imitate Nazi Styles......................263
Chapter VII		Ignominious Demise:
			Defections, Prohibitions, and Final Dissolution.........274
			A Change in Climate...........................................274
			Prohibitions, Desertions, and Dissolutions..................292
			The End..........................................................307
Epilogue...................................................................................318
			Conservatism, National Socialism, and
German History.................................................318
National Socialism as an Anti-Bourgeois Movement......323
Appendix of Tables..................................................................................329										
Select Bibliography.....................................................................331 
		Archival Sources........................................................331
		Newspapers and the Contemporary Periodical Press..............335
		Published Primary Sources and Secondary Literature.............336

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Germany -- Politics and government -- 1918-1933.
Deutschnationale Volkspartei -- History.
Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei -- History.
Conservatism -- Germany -- History.
National socialism.