Hitler's Berlin

Hitler's Berlin

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A leading expert on the 20th-century history of Berlin, employing new and little-known German sources to track Hitler's attitudes and plans for the city, presents a fascinating new account of Hitler's relationship with Berlin, a place filled with grandiose architecture and imperial ideals, which he used as a platform for his political agenda.... the redevelopment of the Rolandblock, the Horst-Wessel-Platz, the Alexanderplatz, the FriedrichstrafSe Station forecourt, ... of the VofSstrafSe and replace them with a new building a#39;that might perhaps open up towards the VofSstraBe in the manner of a ... For the next twenty years he was setting aside an annual sum of 60 million marks from the annual budget, making a ... marks but that the city was finding it increasingly difficult to ensure that the company was run along orderly lines.

Title:Hitler's Berlin
Author: Thomas Friedrich
Publisher:Yale University Press - 2012-07-10

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