This is a compelling, frequently shocking and revelatory guide to the Third Reich that has been collated and presented by two of the world's leading World War II historians.
Author: Tim Newark
Hitler's Third Reich is still the focus of numerous articles, books and films: no conflict of the twentieth century has prompted such interest or such a body of literature. Approaching the canon of World War II literature is a challenge for a general reader but the 100 objects approach is a novel and accessible presentation. This is a compelling, frequently shocking and revelatory guide to the Third Reich that has been collated and presented by two of the world's leading World War II historians. The photographs gathered by Roger Moorhouse and Roger Moorhouse include Pervitin, Hitler's Mercedes, Wehrmach toilet paper, Hitler's grooming kit, the Nuremberg courtroom, the Tiger Tank, fragments of flak, the Iron Cross and, of course, the Swastika and Mein Kampf.
Collated and presented by one of the world's leading historians of Nazi Germany and illustrated with photographs throughout, this book is an accessible, compelling and often revelatory guide to the Third Reich.
Author: Roger Moorhouse
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Hitler's Third Reich is still the focus of numerous articles, books and films: no regime of the twentieth century has prompted such interest or such a body of literature. Collated and presented by one of the world's leading historians of Nazi Germany and illustrated with photographs throughout, this book is an accessible, compelling and often revelatory guide to the Third Reich. Ranging from documents and postcards to weapons and personal effects, these objects include Pervitin, Hitler's Mercedes, Hitler's grooming kit, the Messerschmitt 262, the Luger pistol, the Tiger Tank, Eva Braun's lipstick case, the underpants of Rudolf Hess, and, of course, the Swastika and Mein Kampf.
When Owens returned to a divided and stillbattered West Berlin in 1951, Mayor
Walter Schreiber told him, “Hitler wouldn't ... “The Americans ought to be
ashamed of themselves for letting their medals be won by Negroes,” he told a
Nazi Youth ...
Author: Cait Murphy
Publisher: Hachette UK
Beautifully designed and carefully curated, a fascinating collection of the things that shaped the way we live and play in America What artifact best captures the spirit of American sports? The bat Babe Ruth used to hit his allegedly called shot, or the ball on which Pete Rose wrote, "I'm sorry I bet on baseball"? Could it be Lance Armstrong's red-white-and-blue bike, now tarnished by doping and hubris? Or perhaps its ancestor, the nineteenth-century safety bicycle that opened an avenue of previously unknown freedom to women? The jerseys of rivals Larry Bird and Magic Johnson? Or the handball that Abraham Lincoln threw against a wall as he waited for news of his presidential nomination? From nearly forgotten heroes like Tad Lucas (rodeo) and Tommy Kono (weightlifting) to celebrities like Amelia Earhart, Muhammad Ali, and Michael Phelps, Cait Murphy tells the stories of the people, events, and things that have forged the epic of American sports, in both its splendor and its squalor. Stories of heroism and triumph rub up against tales of discrimination and cheating. These objects tell much more than just stories about great games-they tell the story of the nation. Eye-opening and exuberant, A History of American Sports in 100 Objects shows how the games Americans play are woven into the gloriously infuriating fabric of America itself.
ISTISCHE * Fascinating images that expose the poisonous reality of Hitler's
Germany . ' DAN SNOW feice M178852 Ernst Leitz Wetzlar HITLER'S THIRD
REICH IN 100 OBJECTS SAVNO Jude LLUN NATI ROGER MOORHOUSE
Foreword by ...
Author: Klaus G Förg
Publisher: Greenhill Books
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The first in a series of books, I Somehow Survived is an extraordinary collection of true stories giving testimony to those who survived World War II. Based on interviews with numerous veterans from across the spectrum of wartime experience, the book documents and reflects upon one of the most gruesome times in history. From anti-partisan warfare in the French mountains and atrocities in East Prussia to the experience of a Norwegian concentration camp, the accounts include rarely heard stories from a range of people caught up in the war. With the distance of time, these survivors have been able to offer new perspectives on their experiences and expose truths they would not have dared admit several decades ago. German Army officers reveal their role in the Vercors and Kiev massacres. A Luftwaffe officer-applicant who never flew describes service on the ground. And a Norwegian woman writes of marrying a German Kriegsmarine while her mother was in a Norwegian concentration camp for political activity and her father was in hiding from the Gestapo. "I have no objection to your marrying him, her father told her, I just want them to give us our country back."
Krammer, Arnold, 'Fueling the Third Reich', Technology and Culture, 19(3):394-
422, 1978. Krouse, Peter, Charles Brush used wind ... MacGregor, Neil, A History
of the World in 100 Objects, Penguin, 2.O.L.I. MacKenzie, Debora, “Why the ...
Author: Lewis Dartnell
Publisher: Random House
If the world as we know it ended tomorrow, how would you survive? A nuclear war, viral pandemic or asteroid strike. The world as we know it has ended. You and the other survivors must start again. What knowledge would you need to start rebuilding civilisation from scratch? How do you grow food, generate power, prepare medicines, or get metal out of rocks? Could you avert another Dark Ages, or take shortcuts to accelerate redevelopment? Living in the modern world, we have become disconnected from the basic processes and key fundamentals of science that sustain our lives. Ingenious and groundbreaking, The Knowledge explains everything you need to know about everything, revolutionising your understanding of the world. ‘A glorious compendium of the knowledge we have lost in the living...the most inspiring book I’ve read in a long time’ Independent ‘A terrifically engrossing history of science and technology’ Guardian http://the-knowledge.org/
In Art as Politics in the Third Reich, Jonathan Petropoulos explores the elite's cultural aspirations by examining both the formulation of a national aesthetic policy Explores the cultural aspirations of Nazi leaders by examining both their ...
Author: Jonathan Petropoulos
Publisher: UNC Press Books
The political elite of Nazi Germany perceived itself as a cultural elite as well. In Art as Politics in the Third Reich, Jonathan Petropoulos explores the elite's cultural aspirations by examining both the formulation of a national aesthetic policy
ever , he and the Nazis disagreed about the degree of lawfulness to be
preserved ( Beck , Verdict on Schacht , p . ... 100 ; cf. Vermeil , Third Reich , p .
304. Toynbee's internal proletariat comes to mind here along with Erich Fromm's
concept of " alienation " : A ... gas that penetrates the most solid objects ” (
opponents ' institutions and faith ) , effecting their internal decomposition :
Vermeil , Third Reich , p .
Author: Henry Ashby Turner
Many German commanders feared the imminent arrival of the new Boeing B - 29
“ Superfortress " and Consolidated B - 32 ... This would have required
approximately 3 , 000 batteries of all types for the defense of about seventy large
towns with a population of more than 100 , 000 . If , instead of defending specific
objects , the whole Reich could have been surrounded by an antiaircraft defense
Author: Manfred Griehl
Publisher: Motorbooks International
Category: Jet planes, Military
Om tyske jet- og raketdrevne flyprojekter designet og udvikle, men ikke prøvefløjet før hen imod slutningen af den 2. verdenskrig. Flere af projekterne blev senere overtaget af de allierede og videreudviklet efter krigen. Dette bind I indeholder udviklingen af tyske dagjagere og interceptors.
... Month 580 Objects Inventoried Total Inventoried 5.574 2,232 1,926 Inventori
ed During Month 1,588 100 100 Objects ... As the regular picture galleries are
badly damaged , the paintings are hung in the Haus der Deutschen Kunst , a
Author: Germany (Territory under Allied occupation, 1945-1955 : U.S. Zone) Military Governor
Consists of the general report of the military governor and a varying number of "functional reports" (with special title pages and separate paging) a few of which are "confidential" or "restricted". Beginning with April 1946, these functional reports are bimonthly and alternated, so that approximately half of them appear each month.
... Objects Inventoried To tal Inventori ed 5.574 2,232 1,926 Inventori ed During
Month 1,588 100 100 Objects Restituted ... As the regular picture galleries are
badly damaged , the paintings are hung in the Haus der Deutschen Kunst , a
Author: Germany (Territory under Allied occupation, 1945-1955 : U.S. Zone). Office of Military Government
I do so as a warning to travelers , and to stimulate the groping imagination of the
German hotel manager . ... the new invention , and the poor devils risking their
lives in those smelly tin cans that chase each other on the road and are in turn
chased by the police , would have been objects of contempt . About 1 , 100 are
being injured in Germany QUESTION PERIOD : 167 Railway pleasure; highway
Author: Rudolf Walter Leonhardt
Publisher: Greenwich, Conn. ; New York : Graphic Society Publishers
98 ( Hitler was thinking the same thing when he spoke of the necessity of
decisive intervention in cultural matters during periods of revolutionary
development – see pp . ... 100 In this passage Mao is simply paraphrasing the
Zhdanov - Stalin definition of Socialist Realism with its emphasis on ... Like Hitler
in his Munich speech he said that the moving forces of this development were the
main objects to be ...
Author: Igor Golomshtok
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Author: Tim BradyGames
Category: Games & Activities
A guide to the computer game covers missions, characters, tactics, and strategy.
ULLSTEINBILD Hitler looking over plans for the museum of world art he intended
to build in Linz , Austria , designed by ... 100 objects , were made available for the
decoration of offices ; and those in the third category were to be liquidated .
94 But perhaps the most significant aspect of this event is the fact that a Nazi
ceremonial sermon of this nature—in Munich, of all ... increasingly messianic
portrayal of Hitler that were mediated by a new set of Nazioriented sacramental
symbols and objects of veneration. ... cult of aesthetics that fueled Nazi political
spectacle during the Third Reich.100 Others have documented the
transformation in Hitler's ...
Author: Derek Hastings
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Derek Hastings here illuminates an important and largely overlooked aspect of early Nazi history, going back to the years after World War I--when National Socialism first emerged--to reveal its close early ties with Catholicism. Although an antagonistic relationship between the Catholic Church and Hitler's regime developed later during the Third Reich, the early Nazi movement was born in Munich, a city whose population was overwhelmingly Catholic. Focusing on Munich and the surrounding area, Hastings shows how Catholics played a central and hitherto overlooked role in the Nazi movement before the 1923 Beerhall Putsch. He examines the activism of individual Catholic writers, university students, and priests and the striking Catholic-oriented appeals and imagery formulated by the movement. He then discusses why the Nazis embarked on a different path following the party's reconstitution in early 1925, ultimately taking on an increasingly anti-Catholic and anti-Christian identity.
The Third Reich in the Perspective of the 1980s', in Aspects of the Third Reich, ed
. by H. W. Koch (London: Routledge, 1985), 36. ... Harvard University Press, 1992
), 100-25; Eric L. Santner, .Stranded Objects: Mourning, Memory, and Film in
Postwar Germany (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1990), 1-35; and Jean-Paul ...
Author: Alex Houen
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Category: Literary Criticism
Is terrorism's violence essentially symbolic? Does it impact on culture primarily through the media? What kinds of performative effect do the various discourses surrounding terrorism have? Such questions have not only become increasingly important in terrorism studies, they have also been concerns for many literary writers. This book is the first extensive study of modern literature's engagement with terrorism. Ranging from the 1880s to the 1980s, the terrorism examined is as diverse as the literary writings on it: chapters include discussions of Joseph Conrad's novels on Anarchism and Russian Nihilism; Wyndham Lewis's avant-garde responses to Syndicalism and the militant Suffragettes; Ezra Pound's poetic entanglement with Segregationist violence; Walter Abish's fictions about West German urban guerrillas; and Seamus Heaney's and Ciaran Carson's poems on the 'Troubles' in Northern Ireland. In each instance, Alex Houen explores how the literary writer figures clashes or collusions between terrorist violence and discursive performativity. What is revealed is that writing on terrorism has frequently involved refiguring the force of literature itself. In terrorism studies the cultural impact of terrorism has often been accounted for with rigid, structural theories of its discursive roots. But what about the performative effects of violence on discourse? Addressing the issue of this mutual contagion, Terrorism and Modern Literature shows that the mediation and effects of terrorism have been historically variable. Referring to a variety of sources in addition to the literature—newspaper and journal articles, legislation, letters, manifestos—the book shows how terrorism and the literature on it have been embroiled in wider cultural fields. The result is not just a timely intervention in debates about terrorism's performativity. Drawing on literary/critical theory and philosophy, it is also a major contribution to debates about the historical and political dimensions of modernist and postmodernist literary practices.
A variety of objects were transported , including an Fi 156 , a Bf 109 fuselage and
the twin tail booms of an ... a circuit of the airfield at an altitude of 100 m ( 328 ft )
followed by a helicopter landing , initially with dual controls and then solo .
Author: Steve Coates
Publisher: Ian Allan Publishing
Describes the development and use of helicopters by Germany, from the pre-World War II years to their deployment by the Luftwaffe.
... the same way as the whole group of objects but the connection between
Technical and New Functionalism becomes clearer : from 1950 to 1970 both
functions follow the same line . ... The first five - year period is dominated by
Historicism ( 40 % ) and Third Reich design ( 60 % ) . ... 100 100 80 New
Functionalism 80 Third Reich design 60 New Functionalism Third Reich design
Americanism 60 Design ...
Category: Architectural design
Journal of urban planning and design. Publishes research in the application of formal methods, methods models, and theories to spatial problems involving the built environment and the spatial structure of cities and regions. Includes the application of computers to planning and design, in particular the use of shape grammars, artificial intelligence, and morphological methods to buildings and towns, the use of multimedia and GIS in urban and regional planning, and the development of ideas concerning the virtual city.
Author: Robert Charles Reimer
Publisher: Twayne Publishers
Category: Performing Arts
At the end of the 1991 film Europa Europa the protagonist, now an elderly man, steps outside the action of the film to reflect on the extraordinary story it has told of how as a youth he managed to conceal his Jewish identity during World War II in Nazi Germany. The pull of the painful, complex years of the Third Reich, 1933-45, remains so powerful that five decades later Salomon Perel is still trying to understand and explain his experience of them. In Nazi-retro Film: How German Narrative Cinema Remembers the Past, Robert and Carol Reimer cite the more than 100 German films made since 1946 that, like Salomon Perel, look back on those years in an effort to comprehend them. "Since the end of World War II and the collapse of the Third Reich, Germans have been trying to come to terms with the legacy bequeathed them by Hitler and the Nazis," the Reimers write, "The essence of the legacy is so powerful that single words convey the hold the past has on the psyche: Auschwitz, genocide, the Holocaust." Beginning with Wolfgang Staudte's The Murderers Are among Us, German filmmakers have consistently made remarkably diverse works on the subject. Their films focus on Hitler's megalomania, on the callously rational ways the Nazis formulated his policies, on the acquiescence of the average citizen to those policies, on the bravery of those who resisted them, on the relentless persecution and murder of Jews that resulted from them, and on the shame, guilt, and denial of responsibility that followed. Unlike other treatments of German films on the war, which are often organized chronologically or biographically by director, the Reimers' study revolves around these and other themes, thereby elucidating in all its guises the portrayal of nazism on film.
Some three hundred objects systematically denied their status as art objects and
for the most part decorated with the image of ... Closer to our time , that is , in the
Third Reich : the Nazi Eagle ( conspicuously absent from the Düsseldorf catalog
Author: Thierry de Duve
Category: Art, Belgian
A catalog to the exhibition Voici at the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels). In companion essays, Duve, the curator of the exhibition, discusses such matters as presentational devices, Manet in five paintings, and pacts. Distributed in the US by Distributed Art Publishers. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.