Nazi Culture Intellectual, Cultural, and Social Life in the Third Reich

ISBN-10: 0299193047

ISBN-13: 9780299193041

Edition: 2003

Authors: George L. Mosse

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This extensive analysis of Nazi culture contains selections from newspapers, novellas, plays and diaries as well as the public pronouncements of Nazi leaders, churchmen and professors. It describes national Socialism in practice and explores what it meant for the average German.
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List price: $32.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: University of Wisconsin Press
Publication date: 10/9/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 456
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Hitler Sets the Tone
Editor's Introduction
From Culture as the Faith in an Ideal Reich to Its Diffusion Among the Masses
The Power of Ideals
The Aryan as Custodian of Culture
The State Is Not an End But a Means
The Jew Has No Culture
The Necessity of Propaganda
How Hitler Viewed the Masses
Education Must Be Based on Ideals
Education, Instinct, and Will
Hitler Defines Culture in Defining Art
The Cultural Renascence
What Sort of a Revolution?
Editor's Introduction
The Good Fight
Here Marched the New Germany
A Meeting-Hall Brawl
The Bonds of Family
National Socialism Has Restored the Family
The German Volk Is an Interlacing of Families
Marriage, Morality, and Property
The Ideal of Womanhood
The Tasks of Women
Emancipation from the Emancipation Movement
Domestic Diligence from Blood and Soil
The Female Bird
Women That We Can Love
Frau Goebbels on German Women
The Blond Craze
A Shiny Nose and the German Nation
Faith and Beauty
Right Conduct
The Honor Cross of the German Mother
The Woman Student
Against the Political Woman
The Social Reality
Does the Five O'Clock Tea Suit Our Time?
Fairytale Scenes on Peacock Island
Beautiful Gowns at the Annual Press Ball
Wanted: Croupiers
The Foundation: Racism
Editor's Introduction
The Nordic Race as "Ideal Type"
Racial Soul, Landscape, and World Domination
The Earth-Centered Jew Lacks a Soul
Heredity and Racial Biology for Students
The New Biology: Training in Racial Citizenship
To Preserve the Strength of the Race: Compulsory Sterilization
Building Myths and Heroes
Editor's Introduction
Nietzsche and National Socialism
A Soldier Believes in Plain Talk
Michael: A German Fate
Germany Must Live
The Difference Between Generations
Fritz Todt: Contemporary Hero
Frederick the Great: Prussian Hero
The Diary of an SA Man's Bride
On Festivities in the School
Toward A Total Culture
Editor's Introduction
Intellectuals Must Belong to the People
The Birth of Intellectuals
Streicher the Intellectual
A Balance Is Necessary
The German Peasant Formed German History
Freedom and Organization
On the National Responsibility of Publishers
Goebbels Forbids Art Criticism
What Is German in German Art?
The Poet Summoned by History
Wulfe's Manor: Two Episodes in a Peasant's Life
A Rowdy as Hero: From an Anti-Jewish Novel
Events at the Prussian State Theater
Playbills of the Herne City Theater, 1936-1940
The Winter Program of the German Radio, 1936
Fundamental Features of Radio Programming, 1938
German Films for Venice, 1938
The Film Public Is Not So Stupid
Science and National Socialism
Editor's Introduction
The Limits of Science
Respect for Facts and Aptitude for Exact Observation Reside in the Nordic Race
Nature Presupposes a Spiritual Disposition
Psychotherapy and Political World View
The Physician Must Come to Terms with the Irrational
Editor's Introduction
The Fuhrer Bequeathed to Me by the Lord
Christ in the Community of Blood and Fate
The Task of Proclaiming Christ among the German People
National Socialist and Christian Concepts Are Incompatible
The Epistle of St. Paul Is in Error
To Capture Youth
Judaism, Christianity, and Germany
Nurses and Philosophy
The Key: Education of Youth
Editor's Introduction
Inside the School
To Be Part of a Movement!
The Parents Abdicate
Skepticism and Participation
The Lively Youngster
The Test
Physical Education and National Socialism
Ten Calories More Character
The Fellowship of Battle
Racial Instruction and the National Community
Do Not Stand Apart!
Can Youth Be National Socialist?
A Schoolbook Sampler
The Fuhrer of Elementary-School Children
From the Oak Tree to Certain Victory
The Sun as a Symbol of Dedicated Youth
A Flight Through the Storm and Hitler's Mission
Essays with Right Answers
The Pressures Outside the School
The Hitler Youth
The Development of the SS Man
The University Community
The Renovation of the Academic Community
Work Is Future
Admission to the Friedrich-Wilhelm University of Berlin
New Courses for a New Reich
The Nature of Academic Freedom
Jewish Graduates Are Numbers, Not Persons
What is the State and Who are its Citizens?
Editor's Introduction
Public Law in a New Context
Civil Rights and the Natural Inequality of Man
The Reich Citizenship Law
The Jew Is Outside the Law
Anchoring the Civil Service in the Nation
Workers and Shopkeepers
Editor's Introduction
The Worker: Ideal and Reality
Statistics on Occupational Composition of Members of the Nazi Party
The Struggle for the Achievement of German Socialism
The Correct Attitude Toward Work
Plant Managers--This Must Not Be!
A Wage Freeze for Stenographers
The Conversion of "Comrade" Muller
The Bill is Presented
What the German People Pay in Taxes, 1939
The Cost of Living, 1933-1937
They Who Serve Are Well Paid
The Situation of the German Retail Trade
Throttling the Retail Trade
The Price Police
A Butcher Resists
The Assumption of Power
Editor's Introduction
Our Town under the Swastika
The Changed Tempo of Life: The City of Herne
The Nazis Take Over Cologne
Little Things Create Pressures
Vanishing Friends
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