The Struggle Against Fascism in Germany

Trotsky, Leon
Publisher:  Pathfinder Press, New York, USA
Year Published:  1971   First Published: 
Pages:  479pp  
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX7668

A collection of Trotsky's writings on the situation in Germany from 1930 to 1940.

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Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction

Part I: Sounding the Alarm
1. The Turn in the Communist International and the Situation in Germany
2. Thaelmann and the 'People's Revolution'
3. Workers' Control of Production
4. Factory Councils and Workers' Control of Production

Part II: The United Front Explained
5. Against National Communism! (Lessons of the 'Red Referendum')
6. Germany, the Key to the International Situation
7. For a Workers' United Front Against Fascism
8. What Next? Vital Questions for the German Proletariat

Part III: The Nature of Bonapartism
9. Interview with Montag Morgen
10. The German Puzzle
11. The Only Road
12. German Bonapartism

Part IV: The Decision is Made
13. Before the Decision
14. The United Front for Defense: A Letter to a Social Democratic Worker

Part V: Reviewing the Lessons
15. The Tragedy of the German Proletariat
16. Germany and the USSR
17. Hitler and the Red Army
18. The German Catastrophe: The Responsibility of the Leadership
19. What is National Socialism?
20. How Long Can Hitler Stay?

Part VI: For a New International
21. It is Necessary to Build Communist Parties and an International Anew
22. It is Impossible to Remain in the same International with the Stalins, Manuilskys, Lozovskys, etc

Part VII: Later Generalizations
23. Bonapartism and Fascism
24. Bonapartism, Fascism and War

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