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Consumed by WarEuropean Conflict in the 20th Century$
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Richard C. Hall

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780813125589

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813125589.001.0001

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Collaboration, Neutrality, Resistance, and Genocide

Collaboration, Neutrality, Resistance, and Genocide

(p.171) Chapter 11 Collaboration, Neutrality, Resistance, and Genocide
Consumed by War

Richard C. Hall

University Press of Kentucky

Hitlerian Germany's control of Europe was brief, lasting approximately as long as that of Napoleonic France. It was, however, much more thorough and brutal. Adolf Hitler established a precedent for the economic and political unity of the continent. In the end, most Europeans neither supported nor opposed Hitlerian domination; they merely sought to stay out of the way and survive the conflict. During this conflict, eastern Europe played a primary role in Nazi Germany's attempt to dominate the continent. The main source of support for the German domination came from eastern Europe. The major arena of armed opposition to German domination of Europe was also in the east. In part because of this support and in spite of this opposition, the main location of Nazi-inspired genocide was also in eastern Europe.

Keywords:   Germany, Adolf Hitler, eastern Europe, Nazi Germany, armed opposition, genocide

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