Artists Under Hitler

Artists Under Hitler Author Jonathan Petropoulos
ISBN-10 9780300210613
Release 2014-11-28
Pages 424
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“What are we to make of those cultural figures, many with significant international reputations, who tried to find accommodation with the Nazi regime?” Jonathan Petropoulos asks in this exploration of some of the most acute moral questions of the Third Reich. In his nuanced analysis of prominent German artists, architects, composers, film directors, painters, and writers who rejected exile, choosing instead to stay during Germany’s darkest period, Petropoulos shows how individuals variously dealt with the regime’s public opposition to modern art. His findings explode the myth that all modern artists were anti-Nazi and all Nazis anti-modernist. Artists Under Hitler closely examines cases of artists who failed in their attempts to find accommodation with the Nazi regime (Walter Gropius, Paul Hindemith, Gottfried Benn, Ernst Barlach, Emil Nolde) as well as others whose desire for official acceptance was realized (Richard Strauss, Gustaf Gründgens, Leni Riefenstahl, Arno Breker, Albert Speer). Collectively these ten figures illuminate the complex cultural history of Nazi Germany, while individually they provide haunting portraits of people facing excruciating choices and grave moral questions.



GETTY and HITLER

GETTY and HITLER Author Sir Grant Macdonald
ISBN-10 9780557608584
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Corporal Hitler and the Great War 1914 1918

Corporal Hitler and the Great War 1914 1918 Author John F Williams
ISBN-10 9781134244485
Release 2005-07-05
Pages 256
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Adolf Hitler enlisted in the Bavarian Army in august 1914 as a war volunteer. Fanatically devoted to the German cause, between 1914 and 1918 Hitler served with distinction and sometimes reckless bravery, winning both classes of Iron Cross. Using memoirs, military records, regimental, divisional and official war histories as well as (wherever possible) Hitler's own words, this book seeks to reconstruct a period in his life that has been neglected in the literature. It is also the story of a German regiment (16th Bavarian Reserve Infantry, or List Regiment), which fought in all the main battles on the Western Front. As a frontline soldier Hitler began his 'study' of the black art of propaganda; and, as he himself maintained, the List Regiment provided him with his 'university of life'. This is not only an account of the fighting, however. Some of the most profound influences on Hitler occurred on home leave or as a result of official wartime propaganda, which he devoured uncritically. His conversion from passive pathological anti-Semitism began while invalided in Germany in 1916-17. The language of anti-Bolshevik 'Jewish virus' propaganda became Hitler's language, confirmed, as he saw it, by the 'infected' recruits to the List Regiment in 1918. Hitler is here presented less as the product of high-cultural forces than as an avid reader and gullible consumer of state propaganda, which fed his prejudices. He was a 'good soldier' but also a 'true believer' in fact and practice. It is no exaggeration to say that every military decision made by Hitler between 1939 and 1945 was in some way influenced or coloured by his experiences with the List Regiment between 1914 and 1918.



Art in Battle

Art in Battle Author Frode Sandvik
ISBN-10 9783838270142
Release 2017-09-05
Pages 256
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The exhibition Art in Battle at KODE – Art Museums of Bergen portrays the battles over art initiated by Nazi policies for their European conquests. It examines propaganda exhibitions in occupied Norway as well as hitherto unseen art by soldiers stationed in Norway. This exceptional catalog documents this ground-breaking show and assembles leading experts on the history and ideology of Nazi cultural campaigns in both Germany and Norway to initiate a fresh discussion of the relationships between center and periphery within the art worlds of the Third Reich outside the overfamiliar dichotomy of “Degenerate“ versus “Great German“ art. Beyond historical re-assessment, this project also asks more pressingly: How do we encounter these battles over art today?



Art as Politics in the Third Reich

Art as Politics in the Third Reich Author Jonathan Petropoulos
ISBN-10 0807848093
Release 1999-02-01
Pages 439
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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



Goethe s Faust and Cultural Memory

Goethe s Faust and Cultural Memory Author Lorna Fitzsimmons
ISBN-10 9781611461220
Release 2012
Pages 222
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This book is an interdisciplinary collection of essays examining Goethe's Faust and its derivatives in European, North American, and South American cultural contexts. Topics include the authority of the word in Faust and Dr. Faustus, cultural memory of Herder, the Eternal-Feminine, Coleridge's responses to Faust, Argentinean adaptations, performances by Peter Stein and the Goetheanum, Canadian reception of Faust, Werner Fritsch's multimedia project Faust Sonnengesang, and the relevance of Faust for models of artificial intelligence.



Anne FRANK n Hat ra Defteri Sadece Bir K sm

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The Third Reich in Power 1933 1939

The Third Reich in Power  1933 1939 Author Richard J. Evans
ISBN-10 UOM:39015062844868
Release 2005
Pages 941
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Documents the radical transformation of Germany under Nazi rule, exploring how virtually every area of life was reordered to comply with the regime's preparations for war, and describes the increasing brutality towards marginalized groups.



Sprengel Museum Hannover Text

Sprengel Museum Hannover  Text Author Sprengel Museum Hannover
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105114739696
Release 2003
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Kunst in Deutschland 1933 1945

Kunst in Deutschland  1933 1945 Author Mortimer G. Davidson
ISBN-10 3878471114
Release 1995-08-22
Pages 621
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V r tids kunst og diktning i Skandinavia Danmark

V  r tids kunst og diktning i Skandinavia  Danmark Author Haakon Shetelig
ISBN-10 WISC:89056197072
Release 1948
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Kunst Kunst Kunst

Kunst Kunst Kunst Author John Sailer
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105112471425
Release 2003
Pages 467
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Die Weltb hne

Die Weltb  hne Author Maud von Ossietzky
ISBN-10 IND:30000093415838
Release 1973
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Wochenschrift für Politik, Kunst, Wirtschaft.



Blaue Blume unterm Hakenkreuz

Blaue Blume unterm Hakenkreuz Author Ralf Klausnitzer
ISBN-10 3506744526
Release 1999
Pages 708
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Kunst f rs Kino

Kunst f  rs Kino Author Hans-Martin Heider
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105029744021
Release 2002
Pages 183
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The Berlin State Theater Under the Nazi Regime

The Berlin State Theater Under the Nazi Regime Author Elisabeth Schulz Hostetter
ISBN-10 0773463542
Release 2004-01
Pages 215
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This study uses semiotic methodology to explain how artists and state appointed administrators at the Berliner Staatstheater created and implemented an aesthetic that fulfilled the political needs of the Nazi Party in Germany from 1933 through 1944. Three propaganda plays, two classic repertory plays, and a resistance play are analyzed to determine how stage designs, costumes, repertory, publicity, and acting choices translated or resisted Nazi cultural policy in production practice. Analysis of the changes occurring in the Berliner Staatstheater during Hitler's reign reveals specific production elements used by the Nazis to aesthetically translate their ideology for general, bourgeois distribution. Findings indicate that, while plays written as pure propaganda by avid party members like Hanns Jost dies quickly in repertory, avenues of propaganda remained open through carefully staged NSDAP productions of classic plays by playwrights such as Goethe and Schiller. Casting, character portrayals, thematic emphasis, design elements, and publicity for these productions displayed pointed references to Nazi cultural aims. The study verifies that theater became a means by which a centralize



Stile Ismen Etiketten

Stile  Ismen  Etiketten Author Jost Hermand
ISBN-10 UOM:39015031959789
Release 1978
Pages 198
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