The Continuities of German History: Nation, Religion, and Race Across the Long Nineteenth Century / Edition 1by Helmut Walser Smith
Smith reexamines German continuities and sheds new light on nationalism, anti-Semitism and genocide.See more details below
Smith reexamines German continuities and sheds new light on nationalism, anti-Semitism and genocide.
- Cambridge University Press
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Table of Contents1. The vanishing point of German history; 2. The mirror turn lamp: senses of the nation before nationalism; 3. On catastrophic religious violence and the national belonging: the Thirty Years' War and the massacre of Jews in social memory; 4. From play to act: anti-Semitic violence in German and European history during the long nineteenth century; 5. Eliminationist racism; 6. Afterword: where the Sonderweg debate left us.
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