Germany, 1914-1933 Politics, Society and Culture
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Description: 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.
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Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 6/10/2010
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
|List of plates|
|List of tables|
|Map of Weimar Germany|
|The scope of this book|
|The war from above|
|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|
|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|