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Der Kaiser und das 'Dritte Reich'

Der Kaiser und das \'Dritte Reich\'
How did ex-Kaiser Wilhelm II and his relatives in the Interbellum feel about the emerging National Socialism? Did they help the National Socialists to conquer power? These questions are central to the new publication "The Emperor and the Third Reich". Hope to return to the throne? The publication provides for the first time an overview of the position of various members of the Hohenzollern family between the two world wars in relation to the "new" National Socialist rulers. Ex-Kaiser Wilhelm II, his second wife Princess Hermine, Crown Prince Wilhelm and his wife Cecilie, fourth son Prince August Wilhelm and grandson Prince Louis Ferdinand; they all maintain contacts with monarchist, nationalist circles in republican Germany before 1933. The former imperial family is sensitive to the idea that cooperation with Hitler and his henchmen could bring them back to power. Is their initial rapprochement solely related to this hope of a return to the throne or is it (also) ideologically motivated? Hardback edition, German, size 14x22cm, 60 illustrations.

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