Lumans studies the relations between Nazi Germany and the German
minority populations of other European countries, examining these
ties within the context of Hitler's foreign policy and the racial
policies of SS Chief Heinrich Himmler. He shows how the Reich's
racial and political interests in these German minorities between
1933 and 1945 helped determine its behavior toward neighboring
Originally published in 1993.
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