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Art as politics in the Third Reich

Author: Jonathan Petropoulos
Publisher: Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, ©1996.
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Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Petropoulos
ISBN: 080782240X 9780807822401 9780807848098 0807848093
OCLC Number: 32242353
Notes: Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--Harvard University.
Description: xviii, 439 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Ch. 1. The Establishment of the National Socialist Cultural Bureaucracy, 1933-1936 --
Ch. 2. Degenerate Art and State Interventionism, 1936-1938 --
Ch. 3. From Confiscation to Aryanization: The Radicalization of Cultural Policy, 1938-1939 --
Ch. 4. Art and Avarice Abroad: The Advent of Nazi Plundering in Poland, the Baltic States, and the South Tyrol 1939-1940 --
Ch. 5. Occupation and Exploitation, 1940-1943 --
Ch. 6. The Contraction of the Cultural Bureaucracy, 1943-1945 --
Ch. 7. An Overview of the Leaders' Collections and Methods of Acquisition. Adolf Hitler. Hermann Goring. Joseph Goebbels. Joachim von Ribbentrop. Heinrich Himmler. Baldur von Schirach. Hans Frank. Robert Ley. Albert Speer. Martin Bormann. Arthur Seyss-Inquart. Josef Burckel --
Ch. 8. Art Collecting as a Reflection of the National Socialist Leaders' Worldviews --
Ch. 9. Art Collecting and Interpersonal Relations among the National Socialist Elite --
Ch. 10. Art Collecting, Luxury, and the National Socialist Elite's Conception of Status.
Responsibility: Jonathan Petropoulos.
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