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by Francis R. Nicosia

Author: Francis R. Nicosia
Subcategory: World
Language: English
Publisher: Univ of Texas Pr; 1st edition (March 1, 1986)
Pages: 319 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.5
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Francis R. Nicosia's volume is a pleasure to read; he does everything that scholars are taught to do when writing scholarly monographs . Palestine is still a burning issue. There is something to support all sides in Nicosia's book. But more, there is something for all to reflect upon.

Francis R. Nicosia's volume is a pleasure to read; he does everything that scholars are taught to do when writing scholarly monographs, but which few do in such an easy and fluid style. Sara Reguer, Simon Wiesenthal Center Annual. he appearance of Francis Nicosia's study of the Third Reich's approach to matters related to Palestine is a welcome event. valuable contribution. David Engel, Studies in Zionism. Nicosia places that policy within the context of historical German interests and aims in Palestine, the Middle East, and Europe from the Wilhelminian era through the Weimar period and the Third Reich. This included the perpetuation of British imperial power in Palestine, the Jewish National Home (not an independent Jewish state) promised by the Balfour Declaration, and the rejection of Arab self-determination and independence. Nicosia places that policy within the context of historical German interests and aims in Palestine, the Middle East, and Europe from the Wilhelminian era through the Weimar period and the Third Reich

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Nicosia, Francis R. (1985). The Third Reich and the Palestine Question. London: I. B. Tauris. Nicosia, Francis R. (2008). Zionism and Anti-Semitism in Nazi Germany. New York: Cambridge . Nicosia, Francis . Niewyk, Donald L. (2000). The Columbia Guide to the Holocaust. New York: Columbia University Press.

The Third Reich and the Palestine Question, by Francis R. Nicosia. 319 pages, index, bibliography, 13 appendices. University of Texas Press, Austin1985. Recommend this journal.

Two works by Jewish journalists, Lenni Brenner's Zionism in the Age of the Dictators and Edwin Black's The Transit Agreement, have dealt with the aspects of it, but their books must now be regarded as superseded by Francis R. Nicosia's The Third Reich and the Palestine Question, the first {and probably definitive) study of National Socialist Germany's Palestine policy. Nicosia claims that by late 1937 Hitler began to "prepare for war" as the chances for British cooperation with his proposed changes in the European territorial arrangement seemed more and more remote.

The Third Reich and the Palestine Question. By Francis R. A careful study, based on extensive archival sources in Germany, Israel and elsewhere, of German policies toward Palestine. In the early years the Nazi regime encouraged Jewish emigration by favorable financial concessions arranged between Zionists and German government authorities. A book that perhaps slights the various shifts, dualities and criminalities of the Nazi regime.

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