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Arts In Nazi Germany, The : Continuity, Conformity, Change.

Author: Jonathan Huener; Francis R Nicosia
Publisher: New York, NY : Berghahn Books, 2007.
Series: Vermont Studies on Nazi Germany and the Holocaust.
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Culture and the arts played a central role in the ideology and propaganda of National Socialism from the early years of the movement until the last months of the Third Reich in 1945. Hitler and his followers believed that art and culture were expressions of race, and that "Aryans" alone were capable of creating true art and preserving true German culture. This volume's essays explore these and other aspects of the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Huener, Jonathan.
Arts In Nazi Germany, The : Continuity, Conformity, Change.
New York, NY : Berghahn Books, ©2007
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Huener; Francis R Nicosia
ISBN: 9780857457004 0857457004
OCLC Number: 879549598
Description: 1 online resource (235 pages).
Contents: Title Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Introduction; Chapter 1 Anti-Semitism and the Arts in Nazi Ideology and Policy; Chapter 2 The Impact of American Popular Culture on German Youth; Chapter 3 The Legacy of Nazi Cinema: Triumph of the Will and Jew Suss Revisited; Chapter 4 Music in the Third Reich: The Complex Task of ""Germanization""; Chapter 5 A Command Performance? The Many Faces of Literature under Nazism; Chapter 6 The Art World in Nazi Germany: Choices, Rationalization, and Justice; Appendixes; List of Contributors; Bibliography; Index.
Series Title: Vermont Studies on Nazi Germany and the Holocaust.

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Culture and the arts played a central role in the ideology and propaganda of National Socialism from the early years of the movement until the last months of the Third Reich in 1945. Hitler and his followers believed that art and culture were expressions of race, and that "Aryans" alone were capable of creating true art and preserving true German culture. This volume's essays explore these and other aspects of the arts and cultural life under National Socialism, and are authored by some of the most respected authorities in the field: Alan Steinweis, Michael Kater, Eric Rentschler, Pamela Po.

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