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The border changes following World War I put enormous pressure on both the central German authorities and on social and political relations in the borderlands. Coal-rich Upper Silesia was one such area of change, one of the regions designated by the Allies for a border plebiscite. This book is an in-depth examination of the Upper Silesian plebiscite and the ways in which the new Weimar Republic and the people of the borderland chose to react in this postwar crisis.
|Statement||T. Hunt Tooley.|
|LC Classifications||DK4600.S468 T66 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 320 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||96034613|
Is cleanliness next to Germanness, as some nineteenth-century nationalists insisted? This book explores the relationship between gender roles, domesticity, and German national identity between – After German unification, approaches to household management that had originally emerged among the bourgeoisie became central to German national identity by Jewish Domination Of Weimar Germany Read the book and don't pay attention to the angry naysayers who've been using the same old, An excellent resource for revisionist historians or those just wanting to know about the conditions in Weimar Germany that gave rise to National Socialism and trates clearly that.
Weimar Cinema and After offers a fresh perspective on this most 'national' of national cinemas, re-evaluating the arguments which view genres and movements such as 'films of the fantastic', 'Nazi Cinema', 'film noir' and 'New German Cinema' as typically . Look at the formation of the German national identity after the end of World War II and the emergence of modern Germany. Germany’s attitude towards its own identity was shaped by events in the 20th century, such as the two World Wars and German division and reunification, and a new generation of Germans are ready to embrace their national s: 4.
The Weimar Republic A democratic and more centralized federal constitution was adopted at Weimar in , and Germany became known as the Weimar Republic. Friedrich Ebert, a Social Democrat, became the first president. Dr. Kara Ritzheimer is an associate professor of Modern European History at Oregon State University. Her research concentrates on the history of Germany, particularly the development of commercial mass culture, national censorship laws in Imperial, Weimar, and Nazi Germany, federalism, and the formation of national identity in the early twentieth century.
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National Identity and Weimar Germany thereby contributes to our understanding of the Weimar period, which has been intensely scrutinized for clues to its fall and the consequent rise of Nazism.
Seeing Upper Silesia as a laboratory for the question of German self-identity, Tooley also provides the valuable corrective that Silesians often voted as much in response to local and contingent issues Cited by: Read the full-text online edition of National Identity and Weimar Germany: Upper Silesia and the Eastern Border, ().
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Get this from a library. National identity and Weimar Germany: Upper Silesia and the eastern border, [T Hunt Tooley]. 'Ritzheimer's ['Trash', Censorship, and National Identity in Early Twentieth-Century Germany] is a multifaceted, well-researched book that has much to offer scholars of widely varying by: 2.
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This author argues that German liberalism failed because of the irreconcilable conflict between two competing visions of German identity. In Pages: It seems rather strange that such a statement appeared in a book written by a Social Democratic author and published by an official Social Democratic publishing house.
Social Democracy was the rare example of a political force in Weimar Germany that was not dominated by nationalist ideology. To be sure. The Photography of Crisis. The Photo Essays of Weimar Germany.
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National censorship, as Ritzheimer puts forward, was also facilitated by the Weimar constitution’s concern with social rather than individual rights. In the new Weimar Sozialstaat, protection of the youth by censoring media could be labeled as social welfare.
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