Otto Glagau und "Der Kulturkämpfer" : zur Entstehung des modernen Antisemitismus im frühen Kaiserreich (Book, 2004) [WorldCat.org]
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Otto Glagau und "Der Kulturkämpfer" : zur Entstehung des modernen Antisemitismus im frühen Kaiserreich

Author: Daniela Weiland
Publisher: Berlin : Metropol, 2004.
Series: Reihe Dokumente, Texte, Materialien, Bd. 53.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : GermanView all editions and formats
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Glagau (1834-1892) first became known through his series of articles (later published as a book) in the popular journal "Die Gartenlaube" (1874-75), in which he exposed the entrepreneurs, the "Gründer", whose machinations had led to the stock market crash of 1873; he claimed that most of them were Jews. He contended that these machinations were made possible by liberal, amoral "Manchesterian" economics, also  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
History
Biography
Named Person: Otto Glagau; Otto Glagau; Otto Glagau; Otto Glagau; Otto Glagau; Otto Glagau
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Daniela Weiland
ISBN: 3936411441 9783936411447
OCLC Number: 56686192
Description: 239 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series Title: Reihe Dokumente, Texte, Materialien, Bd. 53.
Responsibility: Daniela Weiland.
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Glagau (1834-1892) first became known through his series of articles (later published as a book) in the popular journal "Die Gartenlaube" (1874-75), in which he exposed the entrepreneurs, the "Gründer", whose machinations had led to the stock market crash of 1873; he claimed that most of them were Jews. He contended that these machinations were made possible by liberal, amoral "Manchesterian" economics, also promoted by the Jews and by the liberal Jewish press. From 1880-88 Glagau published "Der Kulturkämpfer", a journal embracing topics of interest to an educated public, but always linking them to antisemitism. Jews were held responsible for all the ills of society: "rapacious" (as opposed to "productive") capitalism, revolutionary socialism, the economic depression, the degeneration of culture, immorality, secularization, urbanization, and feminism. Rapacious Jewish capitalists (the "Golden International") conspired with Jewish socialists (the "Red International") to subjugate Germany and the world. Glagau deplored the disunity in the antisemitic movement, but himself supported Henrici's radical racist antisemitism rather than Stöcker's more moderate social antisemitism.

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