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Michael Burleigh • 13 Items / 9 Books, 4 Reviews
The Third Reich: A New History (2000)
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Published Reviews
  1. Books
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    The Real Sythesis (Review)
    The Third Reich: A New History, by Michael Burleigh
    1. The Third Reich: A New History by Michael Burleigh
    The National Interest, Winter 2000, pp. 103-106
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    Hitler's Willing Believers (Review)
    The Third Reich: A New History, by Michael Burleigh
    1. The Third Reich: A New History by Michael Burleigh
    The New Republic, November 20, 2000, pp. 29-37
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    Hitler 1936-1945 (2 Reviews)
    The Third Reich: A New History, by Michael Burleigh
    1. The Third Reich: A New History by Michael Burleigh
    2. Hitler, 1936-1945: Nemesis by Ian Kershaw
    The American Spectator, February 2001, pp. 66-67
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    Fate & the Fuhrer (3 Reviews)
    Hitler, 1936-1945: Nemesis, by Ian Kershaw
    1. Hitler, 1936-1945: Nemesis by Ian Kershaw
    2. The Third Reich: A New History by Michael Burleigh
    3. The Social History of the Third Reich, 1933-1945 by Pierre Aycoberry
    The New York Review of Books, November 2, 2000, pp. 6-10
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    Recent Books on International Relations (8 Reviews)
    Western Europe
    1. The Dynamics of Global Dominance by David B. Abernethy
    2. The Third Reich: A New History by Michael Burleigh
    3. The Political Mobilization of the European Left, 1860-1980 by Stefano Bartolini
    4. The Federal Future of Europe by Dusan Sidjanski
    5. Federalism and European Union by Michael Burgess
    6. A European Security Architecture After the Cold War by Gulnur Aybet
    7. Another Country by Jan-Werner Muller
    8. The Great War and the Twentieth Century by Jay Winter, Geoffrey Parker, and Mary R. Habeck
    Foreign Affairs, March 2001, pp. 177-179