Islam and nazi germanys war is the first comprehensive account of berlins remarkably ambitious attempts to build an alliance with the islamic world drawing on archival research in three continents david motadel explains how german officials tried to promote the third reich as a patron of islam he explores berlins policies and propaganda in the muslim war zones and the extensive work that authorities undertook for the recruitment spiritual care and ideological indoctrination of . Islam and nazi germanys war reveals how german troops on the ground in north africa the balkans and the eastern front engaged with diverse muslim populations including muslim roma and jewish converts to islam combining measured argument with a masterly handling of detail it illuminates the profound impact of the second world war on muslims around the world and provides a new understanding of the politics of religion in the bloodiest conflict of the twentieth century. Islam and nazi germanys war is a well written survey of nazi attempts to compensate for military manpower shortages in world war ii by seeking to mobilize support among muslims from north africa to eurasiaauthor david motadels nuanced analysis reveals the efforts of nazi policymakers to market their cause to populations with which they had little historical connectionin summation motadels study includes much original research and pulls together in a coherent narrative the . Islam and nazi germanys war is the first compre nazi officials saw islam as a powerful force with the same enemies as germany the british empire the soviet union and the jews islam and nazi germanys war is the first comprehensive account of berlins remarkably ambitious attempts to build an alliance with the islamic world
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