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Titel: Germany and the Second World War: Volume IX/I: German Wartime Society 1939-1945: Politicization, Disintegration, and the Struggle for Survival
Autor/en: Ralf Blank, Jorg Echternkamp, Karola Fings

ISBN: 0199282773
EAN: 9780199282777
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Sprache: Englisch.
OXFORD UNIV PR

1. August 2008 - gebunden - 1074 Seiten

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Volume IX/I of this series focuses on how the war affected individuals - from soldiers to slave labourers. After examining the Party's role in moulding public attitudes and how German society related to the Holocaust, it looks at the social structure of military units, ideological indoctrination of the troops, and resistance to the regime.

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A: AT WAR, ABROAD AND AT HOME: THE ESSENTIAL FEATURES OF GERMAN SOCIETY IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR ; 1. 'War on Two Fronts' ; 2. A Coherent War Society? ; 3. Violence Given Free Reign ; 4. Principles for and Structure of the Volumes ; PART 1: RULE, DESTROY, SURVIVE ; B: THE NSDAP, THE WAR, AND GERMAN SOCIETY ; 1. Pre-war Structure and Functions of the NSDAP ; 2. Mobilizing the Troops and Moulding Minds and Behaviour at Home (September 1939 to April 1941) ; 3. 'People Management' on the Home Front (May 1941 to July 1943) ; 4. On the Road to Total War (August 1943 to May 1945) ; 5. The NSDAP and the Volksgemeinschaft ; C: SLAVES FOR THE 'HOME FRONT'. WAR SOCIETY AND CONCENTRATION CAMPS ; 1. Public Awareness of the Concentration Camps ; 2. The Initial Stages of Prisoner Deployment ; 3. Urban Satellite Contentration Camps ; 4. The Camps and German Society ; 5. Concentration Camps Anchored in German Society ; D. DECISIONS TO MURDER AND TO LIE. GERMAN WAR SOCIETY AND THE HOLOCAUST ; 1. Introduction ; 2. Holocaust and War ; 3. Society and Holocaust in the War ; 4. Normality of the Unimaginable: War within the War ; E. WARTIME DAILY LIFE AND THE AIR WAR ON THE HOME FRONT ; 1. The Bombing War seen as an Historical Event ; 2. The War, as seen on the Home Front ; 3. 'Fully Serving the Defence Efforts': The Administration, Police, and Courts ; 4. Coping with the Bombing War ; 5. Accommodation, Provisioning, and Replacement Homes ; 6. 'Revenge' and Miracle Weapons Propaganda ; 7. The 'Society in Disintegration', 1944/45 ; 8. The Bombing War in Figures ; PART II: THE UNIFORMED SOCIETY ; Introduction to Part II ; A. IDEOLOGICAL WARFARE IN GERMANY 1919 TO 1945 ; 1. The Legacy of the First World War ; 2. The Politicization of the Reichswehr/Wehrmacht ; 3. Ideological Warfare in the Early, Victorious Phase ; 4. The War of Ideology and Annihilation in the East ; 5. Between Optimism and Defiance: War Fought Under Military-Ideological Guidance ; 6. The Shock of Stalingrad and the Crisis of Military-Ideological Guidance ; 7. The 'Fuhrer Order' of 22 December 1943 ; 8. Ideological Indoctrination and Personnel Selection ; 9. The Totalness of National Socialism after 20 July 1944 ; B. THE SOCIAL PROFILE OF THE GERMAN ARMY'S COMBAT UNITS 1939-1945 ; 1. Principles and Prospects for Researching the Social Structures of Wehrmacht Units ; 2. Changes in the Organizational Structure of the Army ; 3. Analysis of a Specimen Infantry Division ; 4. Results ; C. MILITARY RESISTANCE ACTIVITIES AND THE WAR ; 1. Resistance in German War Society ; 2. The Military Conspiracy. Military Motives for Resistance ; 3. The War as Crime ; 4. Communist Resistance During the War ; 5. The Battle with the Party and the SS ; 6. The Organization of the Coup D'Etat. General Staff Plans and the Military Putsch ; 7. Resistance and Ending the War ; 8. Resistance Activities Unconnected with 20 July 1944 ; 9. Efforts and Consequences ; 10. Mutiny or Moral Revulsion ; Bibliography

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Ralf Blank, M.A. (b. 1962). Studied history and classical and prehistoric archaeology at Cologne and Bochum, as well as applied and theoretical museology at Graz; curator and head of collections and documentation department at the Historischen Centrum Hagen; lecturer in modern and recent history at the Ruhr University at Bochum; preparing a doctoral thesis on the home front and the postwar period in Southern Westphalia (Prof. Norbert Frei);


Dr. Jörg Echternkamp (b. 1963). Studied science of history and Romance studies at the University of Bielefeld, University of Poitiers, and the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore (USA); on the scientific staff of the Militärgeschichtliches Forschungsamt [Research Institute for Military History], Potsdam;

Dr. Karola Fings (b. 1962). Studied history and German language and literature at the Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf; deputy director of the National Socialism Documenta­tion Centre of the city of Cologne; lecturer at University of Cologne;

Dr. Jürgen Förster (b. 1940). Studied English language and literature, philosophy, and history at Nottingham and Cologne (Ph.D. 1974); several visiting professorships, most recently as Miegunyah Distinguished Fellow at the University of Melbourne; adjunct professor at Freiburg University

Col. Winfried Heinemann, Ph.D. (b.1956). Studied history and English language and literature at the Ruhr University, Bochum and at the Department of War Studies, King's College,London; on the scientific staff of the Militärgeschichtliches Forschungsamt [Research Institute for Military History], Potsdam;

Tobias Jersak Ph.D. (b. 1972). 1999-2000 Research assistant to the defence in Irving vs. Lipstadt; 2000-2004 lecturer in history (University of Stuttgart) and church history (University of Münster); published and edited several books and articles besides educational software on National Socialism, the Holocaust, and Enlightenment thought; moved to St. Petersburg, Russia, in 2005 where he is now working with street-children;

Armin Nolzen M.A. (b. 1968). Studied science of history, German language and literature (modern German literature), social science (political science), and philosophy at the Ruhr University, Bochum; member of the editorial board of Beiträge zur Geschichte des Nationalsozialismus; member of working group on historical peace research; preparing a doctoral thesis on the history of the NSDAP (Prof. Hans Mommsen);

Dr. Christoph A. Rass, (b. 1969). Studied economic and social history, modern history, and information science at the University of the Saarland, Saarbrücken; assistant lecturer in the teaching and research department for economic and social history at the RWTH [Rhineland-Westphalia Institute of Technology] Aachen University;

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[Part of] a succession of mighty volumes ... The portrait of German wartime society presented by this book is somber, meticulously documented, cool, reasoned. The New York Review of Books

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