Vanessa Ferrari

The conquest of the German worker: debts and references to Nazi literary propaganda towards the world of workers (1927-1933)

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This essay analyses the literature promoted by the National Socialist Party towards the working class during the Weimar Republic as an important weapon of propaganda. In considering poems and novels published by the NSDAP, this essay highlights the evolution of the Nazi «discourse» on work and workers. The aim is to explore the relationship between national socialism and the working class by analysing this original aspect of Nazi propaganda before Hitler's seizure of power.


  • National Socialism
  • Workers' Literature
  • Propaganda
  • Weimar Republic
  • Workers' Movement


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