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Germany, 1914-1933 Politics, Society and Culture

ISBN-10: 1405801360
ISBN-13: 9781405801362
Edition: 2009
Authors: Matthew Stibbe
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Book details

Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 6/10/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 288
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.210

1914 marked a significant turning point in terms of the German attitudes towards nationalism and gender and the role of violence in political life. Examining these developments, this book also includes a critical discussion of the failure of the Weimar Republic.

List of plates
List of tables
Acknowledgements
Publisher's acknowledgements
Chronology
Map of Weimar Germany
Introduction
The scope of this book
The war from above
The Burgfrieden
The war on land and at sea, 1914-1916
Bethmann Hollweg and the civilian war leadership, 1914-1917
Wilhelm II and the generals
The war from below
The food question
Home front and fighting front
Strikes and political demonstrations
The revolution of November 1918
Political and psychological consequences of the war
A fragile post-war consensus
The extreme left
The anti-republican right
Germany in the early 1920s: a violent society?
Economy and Society in the 1920s
Big business, labour and the state
The urban poor
The middle classes
The countryside
Weimar Culture
Art and politics in the Weimar Republic
Class, leisure and mass consumption
Sex and sexuality
Jewish and Gentile Germans
The final years of the Republic
The crisis of democracy
The failure of anti-fascism
The rise of the Nazis
Hitler, Hindenburg and the end of Weimar
Conclusion
Glossary
Bibliography
Index

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