• Germany: A Nation in Its Time

Germany: A Nation in Its Time

Before, During, and After Nationalism, 1500-2000

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For nearly a century, conventional historians have depicted Germany as a rabidly nationalist land, born in a sea of aggression, its nineteenth-century ascent accompanied by militarism and brought to a murderous apex in the Third Reich. Not so, asserts Helmut Walser Smith, who, beginning in 1500, reveals pacific conceptions of the nation and allows us to see the Nazis' extreme form of nationalism not as the dark culmination point of German history but as an essential episode in Germany's centuries-long history of continually conceiving the nation in radically different ways. Whether chronicling the Thirty Years War, the German Enlightenment, the Weimar Republic, the Holocaust or the era of Angela Merkel, Smith has created a new standard for the twenty-first-century. Helmut Walser Smith is the Martha Rivers Ingram Professor of History at Vanderbilt University, a recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship, and the author of the acclaimed The Butcher's Tale: Murder and Anti-Semitism in a German Town. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Einband

    gebundene Ausgabe

  • Erscheinungsdatum

    01.04.2020

  • Verlag Norton & Company
  • Seitenzahl

    608

  • Maße

    24,5/16,7/4,5 cm

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  • Einband

    gebundene Ausgabe

  • Erscheinungsdatum

    01.04.2020

  • Verlag Norton & Company
  • Seitenzahl

    608

  • Maße

    24,5/16,7/4,5 cm

  • Gewicht

    981 g

  • Reihe Liveright
  • Sprache

    Englisch

  • ISBN

    978-0-87140-466-4

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