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IDS 121.11: Texts and Contexts: Germany Before Hitler (Noraian): E-Books

E-books on Weimar Germany

The following titles are available as E-Books through Milner Library.

1) When Money Dies:  the nightmare of deficit spending, devaluation, and hyperinflation in Weimar Germany  by  Adam Fergusson.  [2010]
2) Salvation Through Spinoza:  a study of Jewish culture in Weimar Germany by David J. Wertheim. [2011]

3)  German Reparations, 1919-1932: a historical survey  by Leonard Gomes. [2010]

4) The Nazi Ancestral Proof:  genealogy, racial science and the final solution by Eric Ehrenreich [2007].
         Chapter 3 is on the Spread of Racial Eugenics in Weimar.

5)  Monarchism in the Weimar Republic by  Walter H. Kaufmann. [1953]
6) The Organization of Industrial Relations in the Weimar Republic by Nathan Reich. [1938]
7) Justice Imperiled: the anti-Nazi lawyer Max Hirschberg in Weimar, Germany  by Douglas G. Morris. [2005]
8) Germany's Foreign Policy:  speeches by Count Brockdorff-Rantzau delivered at the German National Constitutional Convention at Weimar [1919].
9) The Challenge of Modernity: German social and cultural studies, 1890-1960 by Adelheid von Saldern.  [2002].
          Chapters 2, 6, and 9 are in Weimar.

10)  The History of Social Law in Germany by Michael Stolleis.  [2014].
          Part V is on the Weimar Republic.

11) Weimar Thought: a contested legacy edited by Peter E. Gordon and John P. McCormick.  [2013].

12)  Max Pechstein: the rise and fall of Expressionism by Bernhard Fulda and Aya Soika.  [2012].
         Chapter 4 is on the Weimar years.
13)  Mass Education and the Limits of State Building, c. 1870-1930 edited by Laurence Brockliss and Nicola Sheldon.  [2012].
             Part II - Chapter 4 is on Germany and Weimar.
14)  Borrowing Constitutional Designs:  constitutional law in Weimar Germany and the French Fifth Republic by Cindy Skach.   [2011].

15)  The German Left and the Weimar Republic: a selection of documents... translated by Ben Fowkes. [2014].

16)  Weimar Surfaces:  urban visual culture in 1920s Germany by Janet Ward. [2001].

17) Shell Shock Cinema: Weimar culture and the wounds of war by Anton Kaes. [2009].
18) Crowds and Democracy: the idea and image of the masses from revolution to fascism by Stefan Jonsson. [2013].

19) German Colonialism in a Global Age by Bradley Naranch and Geoff Eley, editors. [2014].

20) History of Modern Germany: 1800 to the present by Martin Kitchen. [2012].
         Chapter 11 is on the Weimar Republic.

21) History of Germany, 1918-2008: the Divided Nation by Mary Fulbrook. [2011].
         Chapter 2 is on the Weimar Republic.

22) German Colonialism, Visual Culture and Modern Memory edited by Volker M. Langbehn. [2010].
         Part II, especially chapters 10 and 11 are in Weimar.

23) Disability in Twentieth Century German Culture by Carol Poore. [2007].
           Chapter 1 is on Disability in the Culture of the Weimar Republic.

24)  Weimar Culture Revisited by John Williams, [2011].

25) Film Front Weimar:  representations of the First World War in German films of the Weimar period, 1919-1933 by Bernadette Kester [2003].

26)  The Jazz Republic:  music, race and American culture in Weimar Germany by Jonathan Wipplinger [2017].

27)  The Chatter of the Visible: montage and narrative in Weimar Germany by Patrizia McBride [2016].

28)  Alfred Weber and the Crisis of Culture, 1890-1933 by Colin Loader [2012].   
        Part II is on the Weimar Republic.

29)  Crime and Criminal Justice in Modern Germany by Richard Wetzell  [2014]. 
       Parts II and III are on Weimar penal reform and the courts.

30) Inventing the Criminal: a history of German Criminology, 1880-1945 by Richard Wetzell [2000]. 
      Chapters 4 and 5 are on the Weimar era.

31) Performing the Nation in Interwar Germany: sport, spectacle and political symbolism, 1926-1936 by  Nadine Rossol [2010].

32)  Max Schmeling and the making of a national hero in Twentieth Century Germany by Jon Hughes [2018]. 
        Chapters 2 and 3 are on his early career in the Weimar era.

33)  Queer Identities and Politics in Germany:  a history, 1880 - 1945 by Clayton Whisnant [2016].  
        Chapter 5 is on the Weimar era.

34)  Origins of the German Welfare State:  social policy in Germany to 1945 by Michael Stolleis  [2013].  
        Chapter 5 is on the Weimar Republic.

 

 

 

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