Readings on Fascism and National Socialism eBook

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[Footnote 56:  Neesse, op. cit., p. 150.]

[Footnote 57:  Beck, op. cit., p. 131.]

[Footnote 58:  My New Order, p. 159.]

[Footnote 59:  Huber, Verfassungsrecht des grossdeutschen Reiches (Hamburg, 1939), p. 410.]

[Footnote 60:  Gauweiler, Rechtseinrichtungen und Rechtsaufgaben der Bewegung (Munich, 1939), p. 2.]

[Footnote 61:  Ibid., p. 9.]

[Footnote 62:  Neesse, op. cit,, p. 71.]

[Footnote 63:  Ibid., p. 119.]

[Footnote 64:  Ibid., p. 126.]

[Footnote 65:  Ibid., pp. 139-140.]

[Footnote 66:  Huber, Verfassungsrecht des grossdeutschen Reiches (Hamburg, 1939), pp. 293-296.]

[Footnote 67:  Beck, op. cit., p. 37.]

[Footnote 68:  Ibid., pp. 37-38.]

[Footnote 69:  Goebbels, op. cit., p. 19.]

[Footnote 70:  Germany Speaks, pp. 30-31.]

[Footnote 71:  Reichsgesetzblatt (1941), p. 295.]

[Footnote 72:  Ibid., (1942), p. 35.]

[Footnote 73:  Organisationsbuch der NSDAP (ed. by the National Organizational Director of the NSDAP:  Munich, 1940), p. 5.]

[Footnote 74:  Ibid., p. 6b.]

[Footnote 75:  Ibid., p. 6d.]

[Footnote 76:  Ibid.]

[Footnote 77:  The German pocket reference book for current events (Taschen-Brockhaus zum Zeitgeschehen:  Leipzig, 1942) states that the swastika banner was designed by Hitler for the NSDAP in 1919.]

[Footnote 78:  Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf (Munich, Verlag Frank Eher, G.m.b.H., 1933 [copyright 1925]), pp. 556-557.]

[Footnote 79:  Reichsgesetzblatt (1935), p. 1145.]

[Footnote 80:  Ibid. (1937), p. 442.]

[Footnote 81:  Organisationsbuch der NSDAP (Munich, 1940), p. 8.]

[Footnote 82:  Reichsgesetzblatt (1933), p. 83.]

[Footnote 83:  Ibid.]

[Footnote 84:  In his book Die deutsche Polizei (The German Police) (Darmstadt, L.C.  Wittich Verlag, 1941), p. 24, the prominent Nazi police official, Dr. Werner Best, wrote that this law “is to be regarded not as a ’police law’—­that is, as the regulation of police functions and activities—­but as the expression of the new conception of the state as it has been transformed by the National Socialist revolution, from which the new ‘police’ concept is derived.”  Also, this law was for the police “the confirmation that the work already begun was in agreement with the law giving will of the Supreme Leadership of the Reich.”]

[Footnote 85:  Huber, Verfassungsrecht des grossdeutschen Reiches (Hamburg, 1939) p. 288.]

[Footnote 86:  Neesse, op. cit., p. 131.]

[Footnote 87:  Gauweiler, op. cit., p. 3.]

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