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Title Buchumschl ge in Der Weimarer Republik
Author Jürgen Holstein
Publisher
Release 2015
Category History
Total Pages 451
ISBN 9783836549806
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

"This book catalogs the Jürgen and Waltraud Holstein collection, presenting approximately one thousand books from some 250 Berlin-based publishers. With few exceptions, the books were published between 1919 and 1933"--Page 19.

Rethinking the Weimar Republic by Anthony McElligott

Title Rethinking the Weimar Republic
Author Anthony McElligott
Publisher A&C Black
Release 2013-12-19
Category History
Total Pages 384
ISBN 1849664412
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"McElligott's impressive mastery of an enormous body of research guides him on a distinctive path through the dense thickets of Weimar historiography to a provocative new interpretation of the nature of authority in Germany's first democracy.Â?? Sir Ian Kershaw, Emeritus Professor of Modern History at the University of Sheffield, UK This study challenges conventional approaches to the history of the Weimar Republic by stretching its chronological-political parameters from 1916 to 1936, arguing that neither 1918 nor 1933 constituted distinctive breaks in early 20th-century German history. This book: - Covers all of the key debates such as inheritance of the past, the nature of authority and culture - Rethinks topics of traditional concern such as the economy, Article 48, the Nazi vote and political violence - Discusses hitherto neglected areas, such as provincial life and politics, the role of law and Republican cultural politics

The Weimar Republic by John Hiden

Title The Weimar Republic
Author John Hiden
Publisher Routledge
Release 2014-09-25
Category History
Total Pages 128
ISBN 1317888839
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

It is often assumed that the Weimar Republic was bound to fail due to the harsh terms of the Versailles Settlement. Professor Hiden dispels this simplistic view and shows that it was a complex set of factors which finally brought Hitler to power. This clear and balanced study is now fully revised - for the first time since its publication in 1974 - to take account of the latest research.

The Weimar Republic by Detlev Peukert

Title The Weimar Republic
Author Detlev Peukert
Publisher Lane, Allen
Release 1991
Category Germany
Total Pages 334
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Weimar Germany by Paul Bookbinder

Title Weimar Germany
Author Paul Bookbinder
Publisher Manchester University Press
Release 1996
Category History
Total Pages 275
ISBN 9780719042874
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The Weimar Republic, from 1919 to 1933, was a time of political violence, economic crisis, generational and gender tension, and cultural experiment and change. Despite these major issues, the Republic is often treated only as a preface to the study of the rise of fascism in Germany. This book seeks to correct the balance, exploring Weimar for what it was as well as where it led. Weimar Germany was the avant-garde artistic center of Europe in the 20s, and many cultural figures were politically engaged in an atmosphere charged with controversy. The Republic was wracked by conflict pitting traditional morality against ideas of greater sexual freedom for women, homosexual rights, abortion and birth control. In this atmosphere, German women for the first time played a significant political role, many beginning the 1920s as supporters of the Republic only to join its enemies within a decade. Weimar Germany also witnessed a struggle to win the hearts and minds of the youth, a struggle won decisively by the political right wing. In this same arena, Jews were attacked by racist anti-Semites who transformed them into the embodiment of the "other". In this electrically-charged and polarized environment, political, industrial, labor and religious leaders confronted each other and were unwilling to put aside their own short-term, narrow interests to save the Republic. This concise and readable textbook will provide the ideal introduction for students of 20th century European history and German studies. - Back cover.

The Weimar Republic by Eberhard Kolb

Title The Weimar Republic
Author Eberhard Kolb
Publisher Psychology Press
Release 2005
Category History
Total Pages 292
ISBN 9780415344425
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The Weimar Republic provides both a clear historical narrative of this critical period in German history and a detailed analysis of the scholarly research in the field.

Title The German Right in the Weimar Republic
Author Larry Eugene Jones
Publisher Berghahn Books
Release 2014-07-30
Category History
Total Pages 340
ISBN 1782383530
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Significant recent research on the German Right between 1918 and 1933 calls into question received narratives of Weimar political history. The German Right in the Weimar Republic examines the role that the German Right played in the destabilization and overthrow of the Weimar Republic, with particular emphasis on the political and organizational history of Rightist groups as well as on the many permutations of right-wing ideology during the period. In particular, antisemitism and the so-called "Jewish Question" played a prominent role in the self-definition and politics of the right-wing groups and ideologies explored by the contributors to this volume.

Title A Short History of the Weimar Republic
Author Colin Storer
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release 2013-04-10
Category History
Total Pages 254
ISBN 0857723847
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

It is impossible to understand the history of modern Europe without some knowledge of the Weimar Republic. The brief fourteen-year period of democracy was marked by unstable government, economic crisis and the rise of extremist political movements. Yet at the same time a vibrant cultural scene flourished, which continues to influence the international art world, whether indirectly via the enduring popularity of Christopher Isherwood's Berlin Novels and Bob Fosse's Cabaret, or in more concrete ways through the aesthetics of Expressionism and the Bauhaus movement. Historians have seen the Weimar Republic as a democratic experiment set between the authoritarian monarchism of the Wilhelmine Empire and the tyranny of the Third Reich, but contemporaries were not so pessimistic. While some disparaged the new democratic system and fulminated against Weimar cosmopolitanism and 'decadence', most praised attempts to bring social improvement and the emancipation of women, or celebrated the exciting forays into the avant-garde of Weimar's artistic elite. In the fields of visual art, literature, theatre, cinema, music and architecture - not to mention chemistry, physics and psychology - Germany became a world leader during the 1920s, while her perilous political and economic position ensured that no US or European statesman could afford to ignore her. Weimar Germany was thus much more than merely a cul-de-sac off Germany's difficult 'special path' to modernity, it was a key period in German and European history whose influence continues to be felt. Incorporating original research and a synthesis of the existing historiography, this book will provide students and a general readership with a clear and concise introduction to the history of the first German Republic. It highlights key concepts and themes in the study of German history in general and the Weimar Republic in particular.

Title The Weimar Republic 1919 1933
Author Ruth Henig
Publisher Routledge
Release 2002-01-22
Category History
Total Pages 112
ISBN 1134786832
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This book represents a much-needed reappraisal of Germany between the wars, examining the political, social and economic aims of the new republic, their failure and how they led to Nazism and eventually the Second World War. The author includes: * an examination of the legacy of the First World War and the Treaty of Versailles * discussion of the early years of crisis culminating in the Ruhr Invasion and the Dawes Settlement * assessment of the leadership of Stresemann and Bruning * exploration of the circumstances leading to the rise of Hitler * an outline of the historiography of the Weimar Republic.

Weimar Germany by Eric D. Weitz

Title Weimar Germany
Author Eric D. Weitz
Publisher Princeton University Press
Release 2007
Category History
Total Pages 425
ISBN 9780691016955
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Looks at the political, economic, and cultural history of the Weimar Republic.

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