Jacques R. Pauwels

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Big Business and Hitler

For big business in Germany and around the world, Hitler and his National Socialist party were a welcome political development. Business was facing the Great Depression of in the 1930s, and for … 304 View
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The Great Class War 1914-1918

Historian Jacques Pauwels applies a critical, revisionist lens to the First World War, offering readers a fresh interpretation that challenges mainstream thinking. As Pauwels sees it, war offered … View

The Myth of the Good War

America in the Second World War

Was the role of the United States in the Second World War an essentially idealistic one, a crusading struggle to conquer the dark forces of German fascism and Japanese militarism? Was it an … 328 View
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The Great War in Dali-Vision

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Introduction to the concept of Dali-vision and how you have to remove yourself to examine the situation. Brief overview of how the author will tackle the Great War from a class percpective by … 14 $1.40 Add
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Foreword

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Revisionist historian Jaques R. Pauwels defines business and big business as it relates to his analysis of big business and Hitler. He gives a brief overview of the history of capitalism and the … 8 $0.80 Add
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Foreword to the New English Edition

Foreword: Objectives and Methodology

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Outlines the approach to WWII taken in this study, develops his Methodology and descrives the work as a synthesis 12 $1.20 Add
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Empire, War and Revolution

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Revisionist historian Jacques R. Pauwels examines the situation in Germany from 1900-1919 that led to Hitler’s rise to power paying particular focus on the German elite of aristocrats and … 12 $1.20 Add
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America and the Myth of the

“Great Crusade”

From: The Myth of the Good War

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Outlines how America has gained history about the war through Hollywood and not in the classroom. Delves into the ides of Democracy for a few and outlines how the process of deciding to go to war … 11 $1.10 Add
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The Revolutions of 1789, 1830, and 1848

First Steps Toward Democracy

From: The Great Class War 1914-1918

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The French Revolution of 1789, in which the bourgeoisie, the peasants and the workers challenge the king, the nobility, and the church, sets in motion the march toward democracy, the emancipation … 14 $1.40 Add
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Industry, Democracy and Dictatorship

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Revisionist historian Jacques R. Pauwels examines the period of 1920-1928 and how Hitler used the German elite’s interests in Industry to gain their support. He also analyzes how this … 10 $1.00 Add
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The American Power Elite and Fascism

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Analyzes how before and even after the outbreak of war in Europe Hitler and his National Socialism, and fascism in general, enjoyed a disproportionate amount of sympathy within the ranks of the … 16 $1.60 Add
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The Nobility and the Bourgeoisie

A Counterrevolutionary Symbiosis

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After its traumatic experiences of 1848 and 1871 — respectively “the crazy year” and the annus horribilis of the Paris Commune — the bourgeoisie ceases to be revolutionary … 20 $2.00 Add
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America and the Red Peril

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Analyzes how the American Power elites were against communism and Bolshevism and therefore liked European facism and Hitler’s Nazism. 13 $1.30 Add
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Economic and Political Crisis

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Revisionist historian Jacques R. Pauwels examines the period of 1929-1932 and the economic and political crises that led more and more of Germany’s elite to support Hitler. 11 $1.10 Add
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Socialism and Democratization

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The elite tries to exorcize the proletarian threat not only by using the “stick” of bloody repression but also the “carrot” of social legislation and political reforms. … 12 $1.20 Add
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The War in Europe and America’s

Economic Interests

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Analyzes the divided opinions in America and how they were tied to economic interests at the beginning of the war 12 $1.20 Add