Art, Culture, and Media Under the Third Reich

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University of Chicago Press, Oct 15, 2002 - Art - 384 pages
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This work explores the ways in which Nazi Germany used art and media to portray their country as a champion of Kultur and civilization. Revealing how multiple domains of cultural activity served to conceptually de-humanize Jews, this work shows how the seeds of the Holocaust were sown.
  

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Contents

II Propaganda
137
III Empire Building
203
IV Appeasement
285
List of Contributors
369
Index
373
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Page 35 - And the spiritual world of a volk is not its cultural superstructure, just as little as it is its arsenal of useful knowledge and values; rather, it is the power that comes from preserving at the most profound level the forces that are rooted in the soil and blood of a Volk, the power to arouse most inwardly and to shake most extensively the Volk's existence.
Page 31 - There is no lunacy people under the domination of an archetype will not fall prey to. If thirty years ago anyone had dared to predict that our psychological development was tending towards a revival of the medieval persecutions of the Jews, that Europe would again tremble before the Roman fasces and the tramp of legions, that people would once more give the Roman salute, as...
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Page xxi - It is safe to say that nowhere else will the English-speaking peoples find a more accurate, a more comprehensive or a more just examination and interpretation of the Germany of today. Professor Lichtenberger is a scholar far too thorough and far too wise to indulge in a criticism which is merely violent and emotional.

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About the author (2002)

Richard A. Etlin is a Distinguished University Professor at the School of Architecture, University of Maryland. He is the author of five books, most recently In Defense of Humanism: Value in the Arts and Letters and Symbolic Space: French Enlightenment Architecture and Its Legacy, the latter published by the University of Chicago Press.

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