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Press and politics in the Weimar Republic

Author: Bernhard Fulda
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Explores the role of the press in the politics of the Weimar Republic, and asks how influential it really was in undermining democratic values and paving the way for Hitler's Third Reich.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bernhard Fulda
ISBN: 9780199547784 0199547785
OCLC Number: 799976810
Description: xvii, 324 p. : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction ; 1. The Berlin Press, 1918 to 1932 ; 2. Media Personalities, 1918 to 1924 ; 3. Competing Stories, 1924-1925 ; 4. The 'Unpolitical' Press: Provincial Newspapers Around Berlin, 1925 to 1928 ; 5. Conquering Headlines: Violence, Sensations, and the Rise of the Nazis, 1928 to 1930 ; 6. War of Words: the Spectre of Civil War, 1931 to 1932 ; 7. Conclusion ; Notes ; Bibliography ; Index
Responsibility: Bernhard Fulda.
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This is a highly original study that fills a gaping hole in the literature on Weimar Germany. Focusing on Berlin, but always with an eye to the 'national' picture, Fulda's work offers not so much a Read more...

 
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