Hitler in the Levant: How Arabs Reacted to the Third Reich in Syria and Lebanon
Schwanitz, Wolfgang G, Jewish Political Studies Review
Hitler in the Levant: How Arabs Reacted to the Third Reich in Syria and Lebanon Nazism in Syria and Lebanon. The Ambivalence of the German Option, 1933-1945, by Götz Nordbruch, Routledge, 2009, 209 pp.
Reviewed by Wolfgang G Schwanitz
The whole Arab youth is enthused by Adolf Hitler, wrote Kamil Muruwa, the young editor of the Beirut paper An-Nida ', to the German Foreign Minister in Berlin. The year after Hitler came to power, Muruwa translated Mein Kampf from English into Arabic and published it in daily installments in An-Nida \ Now he wants to edit the series as a book. But for this, he explains in his letter, he needs an additional 600 marks. Therefore he is asking the …
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Publication information: Article title: Hitler in the Levant: How Arabs Reacted to the Third Reich in Syria and Lebanon. Contributors: Schwanitz, Wolfgang G - Author. Journal title: Jewish Political Studies Review. Volume: 21. Issue: 3/4 Publication date: Fall 2009. Page number: 193+. © Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs Spring 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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