Re: How the USA Inspired the Nazis - From Manifest Destiny to Lebensraum
Posted by Sinister Burt on December 5, 2021, 8:51 am, in reply to "Re: How the USA Inspired the Nazis - From Manifest Destiny to Lebensraum"
Yes, maybe a bit long, but I'd rather that and him really nail the point, than snappy but flimsy. Just had a look and that Kakel book is pretty pricey (and 30 odd quid for the ebook). Something cheaper in his other sources maybe: |
 Nemesis: Hitler 1936-1945, Ian Kershaw.
 Hitler's Table Talk 1941-1944: Secret Conversations, Trevor Roper.
 Hitler - Reden Schriften Anordnungen 1925-1933 (12 Bände).
 The Holocaust in Eastern Europe: At The Epicenter of the Final Solution, Waitman Wade Beorn.
 Canadian Studies in the New Millennium, edited by Mark J. Kasoff, Patrick James.
 The American West and the Nazi East, Carroll P. Kakel.
 Race in North America, Audrey Smedley & Brian Smedley.
 Christian Slavery, Katharine Gerbner.
 The Native Ground: Indians and Colonists in the Heart of the Continent, Kathleen DuVal.
 The Ohio Indians and the Coming of the American Revolution in Virginia, Woody Holton.
 Jefferson and the Indians, Anthony F. C. Wallace.
 Native America, Discovered and Conquered: Thomas Jefferson, Lewis & Clark, and Manifest Destiny, Robert J. Miller.
 A Wilderness So Immense: The Louisiana Purchase and the Destiny of America, Jon Kukla.
 Thomas Jefferson, Joyce Appleby.
 The Cherokee Removal: A Brief History with Documents, Theda Perdue & Michael D. Green.
 The Cherokee Nation and the Trail of Tears, Theda Perdue & Michael D. Green.
 War of a Thousand Deserts: Indian Raids and the US-Mexican War, Brian DeLay.
 Andrew Jackson and the Course of American Empire, Robert V. Remini.
 Race and Manifest Destiny, Reginald Horsman.
 Abuse of Power: Andrew Jackson and the Indian Removal Act of 1830, Afred A. Cave.
 The Antebellum Era: Primary Documents on Events from 1820 to 1860, David A. Copeland.
 The Politics of Indian Removal: Creek Government and Society in Crisis, Michael D. Green.
 The Indian Frontier of the American West, 1846-1890, Robert M. Utley.
 Archived in Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. As Public Documents And Executive Documents: 14th Congress, 1st Session-48th Congress, 2nd Session And Special Session, pages 359-371.
 The Plains Sioux and U.S. Colonialism, Jeffrey Ostler.
 The Destruction of the Bison, Andrew C. Isenberg.
 From the Frontier to German South-West Africa, Jens-Uwe Guettel.
 The American West and the World, Janne Lahti.
 Absolute Destruction: Military Culture and the Practices of War in Imperial Germany, Isabel V. Hull.
 The Ideological Origins of Nazi Imperialism, Woodruff D. Smith.
 Lebensraum: a biogeographical study  [translated into English by Tul’si (Tuesday) Bhambry], Friedrich Ratzel.
 Friedrich Ratzel and the Origins of Lebensraum, Woodruff D. Smith.
 The Holocaust as Colonial Genocide, Carroll P. Kakel.
 Mein Kampf [Mannheim Translation], Adolf Hitler.
 Hitler's World View: A Blueprint for Power, Eberhard Jackel.
 Hitler's Second Book [Gerhard Weinburg translation], Adolf Hitler.
 The Role of the Romantic West in Shaping the Third Reich, W. Raymond Wood.
 German Indianthusiasm, Hartmut Lutz.
 The Lublin Reservation and the Madagascar Plan, Philip Friedman.
 The Other Slavery: The Uncovered Story of Indian Enslavement in America, Andres Resendez.
 Indian Wars of Canada, Mexico, and the United States, 1812-1900, Bruce Vandervort.
 Nazi Empire: German Colonialism and Imperialism from Bismarck to Hitler, Shelley Baranowski.
I guess you watched it but if not, that chill goblin vid I posted had a few details on German east africa (and a few more sources)
*The Wretched of the Earth, Frantz Fanon
*Discourse on Colonialism, Aimé Césaire
Canada in the World: Settler Capitalism and the Colonial Imagination, Tyler A Shipley
*Open Veins of Latin America, Eduardo Galeano
The Genocidal Gaze: From German Southwest Africa to the Third Reich, Elizabeth R Baer
Colonialism, Antisemitism, and Germans of Jewish Descent in Imperial Germany
“The Imperial Boomerang: How colonial methods of repression migrate back to the metropolis” by Connor Woodman (5 part series)
“King Mwanga II of Buganda, the 19th century Ugandan king who was gay” by Bridget Boakye