3 edition of The German catastrophe found in the catalog.
The German catastrophe
|Statement||Translated by Sidney B. Fay.|
|Contributions||Fay, Sidney Bradshaw, 1876- tr.|
|LC Classifications||DD256.5 .M42|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 121 p.|
|Number of Pages||121|
|LC Control Number||50005221|
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The German catastrophe: Reflections and recollections (Beacon paperback) Paperback – January 1, by Friedrich Meinecke (Author)Cited by: Meinecke was a leading professor in Germany.
Lived and endured Hitlerism. Insights presented with regret - and hope others can learn from this 'catastrophe'. Gives European wide analysis /5(2). Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.
A prominent German historian analysis of how Germany allowed itself to come under the domination of Hitler. Published immediately after the end of World War II he sees modern history as the confluence of the rise of nationalism and the massive population growth leading to the decline of the aristocratic world.3/5.
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Buy a cheap copy of The German catastrophe: Reflections and book by Friedrich Meinecke. A study of the historical and social forces that led to the rise and ruin of Hitler and his country. Free shipping over $ As one of the major symbols of German suffering, the Allied bombing war left a strong imprint on German society.
To a much wider extent than is often claimed, the Allied bombings became part of German debates on the Second World War. In both the GDR as well as the Federal Republic before and after the air war became a topic of public and political interest as well as the.
The book ends with reflections on the future of Germany and how it can find “redemption” under the foreign rule of the Victors. In the future, the only place of power that Germany should find should be in some type of European Federation.
His book Catastrophe: An Investigation into the Origins of the Modern World, based on years of careful research spanning five continents, argues that sometime in A.D.a worldwide disaster struck and uprooted nearly every culture then extant.
Given contemporary reports of the sun being blotted out or weakened Cited by: Buy The German catastrophe: Reflections and recollections by Meinecke, Friedrich (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(2). The German Catastrophe Germxn first wave, socialism, sought to care for the needs of all members of society, to safeguard their standard of living. Friedrich Meinecke, The German Catastrophe: Within a year the unity was shattered and the German people were again separated upon various paths.
The German Catastrophe Paperback – January 1, by Friedrich Meinecke (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsPrice: $ Which is why Meinecke’s book, written inis better viewed as a balm to wounded German souls while their country was still under Allied occupation than as a serious work of history.
He meant to tell the German people that they were fundamentally good and that they would soon recover. Viewed as a homily, it may have had the intended effect.
In The German Catastrophe (originally published in ), Meinecke seeks to explain the degeneration of the German state under Hitler. The German Catastrophe. By Friedrich Meinecke. Harvard University Press. $ Purchase.
This little book, written in by the dean of. I picked this book up because Pflanze mentioned it in his biography of Bismarck. The question that anyone had to ask after World War II was.
The German Catastrophe: Reflections and Recollections. Front Cover. vii, p. The German catastrophe: reflections and recollections / translated by Sidney B. Fay. --Pages: Posts about German Catastrophe, The written by stevereads.
I picked this book up because Pflanze mentioned it in his biography of Bismarck. The question that anyone had to ask after World War II was whether Bismarck planted the seeds for Hitler’s later rise to power, and apparently Friedrich Meinecke — an esteemed German historian whose life stretched from.
This little book, written in by the dean of German historians, is one of the most significant to come out of his country since the war. Once an anti-Semite and apostle of Treitschke, Meinecke at 84, and after two disastrous world wars, had come to believe that Germany, to resume her historic function in Europe.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Meinecke, Friedrich, German catastrophe.
Cambridge, Harvard University Press, OCLC Number: Description: pages: Contents: The two waves of the age --The German people before and after the founding of the empire --The German people during the First World War --The postwar situation --Homo sapiens and homo faber --Militarism and Hitlerism --Mass Machiavellism --Chance and general tendencies --The positive elements in Hitlerism.
One of Meinecke's best-known books, Die Deutsche Katastrophe (The German Catastrophe) ofsees the historian attempting to reconcile his lifelong belief in authoritarian state power with the disastrous events of Born: OctoSalzwedel, Prussia.
The catastrophe here is in the future, bookended by the cosiness of the present, which (the present being the late 19th century) is all drinks by the fire and helpful butlers. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Meinecke, Friedrich, German catastrophe. Boston: Beacon Press, (OCoLC) Catastrophe Europe Goes to War is an outstanding achievement by noted historian Max Hastings.
Hastings revisits the course of events from the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand through Christmas and in doing so revises the conventional wisdom on German and Austrian war guilt for the Great War/5(). " Genesis and Catastrophe: A True Story " is a short story written by Roald Dahl first published in Playboy magazine and included in his book Kiss Kiss.
It is a fictionalized account based upon a true historical incident. It is also known as " A Fine Son ". Klara, an Austrian German woman, has just given birth to a son. Max Hastings is the author of more than twenty books, including Catastrophe Europe Goes to War, Inferno: The World at War, /5(17).
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The Ratastrophe Catastrophe book. Read 30 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Diek Wutspah is a normal shepard boy. That is until a d /5. “Catastrophe brilliantly shows how, within its first few months, World War I came to assume the dispiriting and bloody form it would hold for the next four years.” —The New York Times Book Review “Hastings is in top form A lively and opinionated account.
Catastrophe: How Obama, Congress, and the Special Interests Are Transforming a Slump into a Crash, Freedom into Socialism, and a Disaster into a Catastrophe and How to Fight Back is a book co-written by American political commentator Dick Morris and his wife Eileen McGann, which spells out hypothetical catastrophic consequences of the Barack Obama administration Author: Dick Morris, Eileen McGann.
The Order of the Day by Éric Vuillard review – creeping towards catastrophe In this obsidian gemstone of a book, when Hermann Göring and Adolf Hitler invite 24 German industrialists to.
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threatening to seize German property — including the Goethe Institute and the German Archaeological Institute, along with German schools and Author: Joshua Hammer. In each case, Hölderlin is examined as the occasion for salvaging that legacy after, from, and in view of the catastrophe.
This first full-length study of Hölderlin's postwar reception will be of interest to students and scholars working in the fields of German literature, European philosophy, the politics of cultural memory, and critical theory. In 7 libraries. "Thilo von Bose's book The Catastrophe of 8 August was the 36th and last volume in a series of popular semi-official German histories of the First World War.
It documents in great detail the 'black day of the German Army' at the Battle of Amiens in Augusta turning point that set the Allies on the road to victory just days later.
With. The Economic Catastrophe That Germany Can't Forget: Planet Money To understand why Germany is so freaked out by what Europe's central bank is doing, you need to go back nearly a century.
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It documents in great detail the ‘black day of the German Army’ at the Battle of Amiens in Augusta turning point that set the Allies on the road to victory just days later.“Catastrophe ” is one of them.
In Sir Winston Churchill wrote “No part of the Great War compares in interest with its opening”. Max Hastings’s book addresses only the last six months of The book is well researched and Hastings draws on a wide range of documents and firsthand account to chronicle the events.