The New Europe 1933-1945: German Thought Patterns About Europe

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The term Europe has not always been understood in the same way. Europe is a construct. That is as true today as in the period before 1945. This monograph focuses on nonfiction books, travelogues and literary-political writings by eight authors who played a key role in the discourse on Europe in the Third Reich and also partly in the early German Federal Republic. The term "The New Europe" became generally accepted in Germany during the 1930s, and by the beginning of World War II it was an integral part of the German ...

The New Europe 1933-1945: German Thought Patterns About Europe 2016, Edition Axel Menges, Fellbach

ISBN-13: 9783936681963

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