English and German nationalist and anti-semitic discourse, 1871-1945

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p.vi, 264 pages ; (2013)


9783034302586 (alk. paper)

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19th century, 20th century, Antisemitism, Authors, German, Congresses., England, Germany, History, Music and antisemitism, National socialism., Nationalism, Political and social views, Political culture


A collection of articles presented at the international conference "English and German nationalist and anti-semitic discourse (1871-1945)" held at Queen Mary, University of London on November 10-11, 2010.Includes bibliographical references and index.Introduction / Felicity Rash -- Contextualizing nationalism and anti-semitism, 1871-1945 / Ulrich Charpa -- Anti-semitism as mental mechanism: a model suggested by some similarities between nineteenth-century anti-semitisms in music and science / Stefan Hüpping -- 'Mag der Jude seine Religion behalten, wenn er sich nur zum Deutschtum bekennt': the philo-semitic nationalism of Friedrich von Oppeln-Bronikowski (1883-1936) as a paradigm of German conservative thinking / Isabelle Engelhardt -- A political catholic view: discourses on the Judenfrage in the daily newspaper Germania 1918-1933 / Helen Roche -- In Sparta fühlte ich mich wie in einer deutschen Stadt (Goebbels): the leaders of the Third Reich and the Spartan nationalist paradigm / Karin Stögner -- On anti-semitism and nationalism at the fin de siècle: Walter Benjamin's critique of the German youth movement / Martin Weidinger -- Fridericus, Madame Dubarry and Die Nibelungen: the (nationalist) politics of historical films in Weimar Germany / Simone Borgstede -- Dr Ernst Henrici: just a "well-known arsonist" of the German Kaiserreich or foreman in the production of an Aryan "Volksgemeinschaft"? / Stephanie Seul -- British press coverage of German anti-semitism in the early Weimar Republic, 1918-1923 / Russell M. Wallis -- "Good" Germans, "bad" Nazis and British reactions to the Holocaust / Egbert Klautke -- Perfidious Albion: Wilhelm Wundt's Völkerpsychologie and anti-English propaganda during World War I.Papers.