El Tercer Reich: Una nueva historia by Michael Burleigh

By Michael Burleigh

Antes de l. a. aparición de esta obra, ganadora del prestigioso Premio de Ensayo Samuel Johnson 2001, no existía una historia completa sobre los angeles Alemania nazi, a pesar de que ha sido uno de los fenómenos más estudiados del siglo XX. Michael Burleigh nos ofrece una visión radicalmente nueva del Tercer Reich desde su gestación hasta su destrucción ultimate. Narra como un movimiento pseudo-religioso parecía ofrecer l. a. salvación a una Alemania exhausta por l. a. guerra, los angeles depresión y los angeles creciente inflación. Muestra las consecuencias de los angeles desaparición del gobierno de los angeles ley en want del terror y explica l. a. compleja moralidad utilizada para "legitimar" el Holocausto por parte de quienes lo llevaron a cabo. Este libro recrea con brillantez las complejidades de l. a. vida bajo un régimen totalitario, que gobernó casi toda Europa durante cuatro años.

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On November 13, Yamamoto gathered the commanders of the Combined Fleet at Iwakuni air base to discuss a concrete plan to attack Pearl Harbor. On November 17, Yamamoto advised Navy officers of the plan to 38 Pearl Harbor Japanese Navy Type 99 Carrier Bombers ("Val") prepare to take off from an aircraft carrier during the morning of December 7, 1941. The ship in the background is the carrier Soryu. (US Navy) attack Pearl Harbor. Their response was generally one of excitement. One officer wrote in his diary that "It has been 20 years since the Navy signed the humiliating Washington Naval Treaty.

In spring 1940, he observed naval air grand maneuvers, which convinced him of their superiority to battleships and gave him the idea for an air raid on Hawaii. He immediately proposed this idea to Chief of Staff Vice-Admiral Shigeru Fukutome who wholeheartedly endorsed it. 8 In January 1941, Yamamoto tried 32 Pearl Harbor to urge the Navy Minister to reconsider the principle of big ships and big guns, and abandon the old dogma for a new focus on air power. Was it a coincidence that both Inoue and Yamamoto suggested their new idea to the Navy Minister in January 1941?

This triumph provided not only a legacy but also a naval doctrine for the IJN, known as Taikan Kyohosyugi, the principles of big ships and big guns. 3 The IJN's operational plan was dominated by Tsushima, which focused on a counterattack against an enemy fleet off the Japanese mainland. OPPOSITE Sailors in a motor launch rescue a survivor from the water alongside the sunken USS West Virginia during or shortly after the Japanese air raid on Pearl Harbor. USS Tennessee is inboard of the sunken battleship.

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