This is a study of rural social relationships in the eastern Prussian provinces during the Weimar Republic. Using the province of Pomerania as its primary example, Baranowski assesses the contributions of rural elites, particularly Junker landlords and Protestant clergymen, to the rise of National Socialism in a region where the rural electorate's attraction to the Hitler movement became crucial to the Nazi takeover in 1933.

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