Hitler's Bavarian antagonist: Georg Moenius and the Allgemeine Rundschau of Munich, 1929-1933

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Munro, Greg. (2006). Hitler's Bavarian antagonist: Georg Moenius and the Allgemeine Rundschau of Munich, 1929-1933 Edwin Mellen Press.
AuthorsMunro, Greg
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In 1929, Dr Georg Moenius, a Catholic priest, became editor of a journal, the "Allgemeine Rundschau". Under his leadership, the journal launched a fearless critique on the rise of the German right wing extremist groups. This work examines an important chapter in the Roman Catholic opposition to the rise of the Nazi Party between 1929 and 1933.

KeywordsEuropean History; Moenius; Georg; 1890-1953; Press; Catholic; Studies in human society
ISBN0773457356
Research GroupSchool of Arts
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Year2006
PublisherEdwin Mellen Press
Place of publicationUnited States of America
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