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Autonomy in the Great War: the experience of the German soldier on the Eastern Front
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2012)
From 1914 to 1919, the German military established an occupation zone in the territory of present day Poland, Lithuania, and Latvia. Cultural historians have generally focused on the role of German soldiers as psychological ...
Imagining and performing The Self in NAZI Germany: Leisure and travel in the correspondence of Hilde Laube and Roland Nordhoff, 1938-39
and expressed their identities through the self-narratives created in their letters. They particularly showed how they defined themselves in their narratives of leisure and travel. They frequently incorporated their travel experiences into their narratives...
The spectacle haunting Europe: colonialism, commercialism, and everyday images of Africa in imperial Germany
This study examined the simultaneous creation of a visual, consumer, and colonial culture in a rapidly industrializing and newly formed German nation-state from 1884-1914. By juxtaposing state policies and German colonial ...