The world-war provocateur phenomenon


This neo-Caesarian ascendancy epic marked the beginning of his 11-year imperial reign that ended with the destruction of his French Empire in 1815



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This neo-Caesarian ascendancy epic marked the beginning of his 11-year imperial reign that ended with the destruction of his French Empire in 1815.

  1. In 1934, after rising to lead the government of the German revolutionary Weimar Republic's government as a member of the Hitler-Hindenburg-Papen triumvirate executive branch, . . .

  2. Hitler sidelined his sham regime and openly usurped absolute power of the nation's government, military and religious institutions by declaring himself Germany's Fuhrer ("emperor"), a power grab that included the establishment of a binding military oath of absolute allegiance to Hitler as supreme commander of the German armed forces.




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