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The architecture of oppression : the SS, forced labor and the Nazi monumental building economy

Author: Paul B Jaskot
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2000.
Series: Architext series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book re-evaluates the architectural history of Nazi Germany and looks at the development of the forced-labour concentration camp system.

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Named Person: Albert Speer
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Paul B Jaskot
ISBN: 0415173663 9780415173667 0415223415 9780415223416
OCLC Number: 41527965
Description: xv, 207 pages : illustrations, 1 map ; 26 cm.
Contents: 1 Introduction: the Architectural Policy of the SS 1 --
2 Interest of the SS in the Monumental Building Economy 11 --
Development of the SS and the concentration camp system 13 --
German building economy, 1933-8 15 --
SS concentration camps and the formation of DEST 19 --
DEST and the monumental building economy during the war 25 --
Productivity and punishment at the DEST stone quarries 34 --
3 Party Rally Grounds at Nuremberg: SS Economic Goals and National Socialist Architectural Policy 47 --
Function of the Party Rally Grounds at Nuremberg 50 --
Creation of the Zweckverband Reichsparteitag Nurnberg 53 --
Building at Nuremberg, 1935-9 56 --
Building at Nuremberg during the war 61 --
SS economic goals and the Party Rally Grounds 68 --
4 Rebuilding of Berlin: the Interdependence of the GBI and the SS 80 --
Function of National Socialist building in Berlin 82 --
Formation of the GBI 85 --
Redesign of Berlin, 1937-9 88 --
Building in Berlin during the war 94 --
SS economic concerns and Speer's plans for Berlin 103 --
Soldiers' Hall and KL Flossenburg 108 --
5 Political Function of SS Architecture 114 --
Function of architecture for the SS 117 --
Building at KL Flossenburg 126 --
Building at KL Mauthausen 132.
Series Title: Architext series.
Responsibility: Paul B. Jaskot.
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"Mentioned in a publication of "The Architectural Review, ."June 2001

 
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