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Between reform, reaction, and resistance : studies in the history of German conservatism from 1789 to 1945 / edited by Larry Eugene Jones and James Retallack.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: DD204 .B48 1993

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    Providence : Berg, 1993
    Locale
    Germany
    Contents
    German conservatism reconsidered
    Politics of revival
    Conservatives and the social question in nineteenth-century Prussia
    Victor Aimé Huber and the emergence of social conservatism
    Court Camarilla and the politics of monarchical restoration in Prussia, 1848-58
    Between economic interests and radical nationalism
    Anti-Semitism, agrarian mobilization, and the Conservative Party
    Agrarian conservatism in Wilhelmine Germany : Diederich Hahn and the Agrarian League
    Road to Philippi : the Conservative Party and Bethmann Hollweg's "Politics of the diagonal", 1909-14
    Breakdown or breakthrough?
    Conservatism, National Socialism, and the cultural crisis of the Weimar Republic
    Government without parties
    Organized rural women and the conservative mobilization of the German countryside in the Weimar Republic
    Convergence on the right
    Conservative resistance to Hitler and the fall of the Weimar Republic, 1932-34
    Limits of collaboration : Edgar Jung, Herbert von Bose, and the origins of the conservative resistance to Hitler, 1933-34.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Jones, Larry Eugene.
    Retallack, James N.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (p. 503-523) and index.
    German conservatism reconsidered -- Politics of revival -- Conservatives and the social question in nineteenth-century Prussia -- Victor Aimé Huber and the emergence of social conservatism -- Court Camarilla and the politics of monarchical restoration in Prussia, 1848-58 -- Between economic interests and radical nationalism -- Anti-Semitism, agrarian mobilization, and the Conservative Party -- Agrarian conservatism in Wilhelmine Germany : Diederich Hahn and the Agrarian League -- Road to Philippi : the Conservative Party and Bethmann Hollweg's "Politics of the diagonal", 1909-14 -- Breakdown or breakthrough? -- Conservatism, National Socialism, and the cultural crisis of the Weimar Republic -- Government without parties -- Organized rural women and the conservative mobilization of the German countryside in the Weimar Republic -- Convergence on the right -- Conservative resistance to Hitler and the fall of the Weimar Republic, 1932-34 -- Limits of collaboration : Edgar Jung, Herbert von Bose, and the origins of the conservative resistance to Hitler, 1933-34.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0854967877
    Physical Description
    xv, 551 p. ; 23 cm.

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