Nazism had a vocabulary of its own. What did it look like, how was it used, where did it come from, and - does it perhaps live on into the present? In this comprehensive reference work Cornelia Schmitz-Berning casts light on the history and the specific employment of expressions belonging to official language use under the National Socialistregime. Neologisms, reinterpreted terms, and very frequently used expressions are discussed under headings of their own. The material is taken from a wide range of sources.
The volume has been revised and corrected for the 2nd edition.
Cornelia Schmitz-Berning, Neuss.
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