Private Life and Privacy in Nazi Germany

Private Life and Privacy in Nazi Germany

Wirsching, Andreas (University of Nottingham); Harvey, Elizabeth (University of Nottingham); Umbach, Maiken (University of Nottingham); Hurter, Johannes (Johannes Gutenberg Universitat Mainz Germany)

Cambridge University Press

07/2019

410

Dura

Inglês

9781108484985

15 a 20 dias

It is often assumed that there was no such thing as private life under Nazi rule. This volume challenges that view by showing how non-Jewish Germans asserted their privacy and asking how far the regime encouraged such aspirations. At the same time, it traces how 'ethnic Germans' and Jews in occupied Poland sought to defend their privacy.
Part I. Interpreting the Private under National Socialism: New Approaches: 1. Introduction: reconsidering private life under the Nazi dictatorship Elizabeth Harvey, Johannes Hurter, Maiken Umbach and Andreas Wirsching; 2. A particular kind of privacy: accessing 'the private' in national socialism Janosch Steuwer; 3. Private lives, public faces: on the social self in Nazi Germany Mary Fulbrook; 4. Private and public moral sentiments in Nazi Germany Nicholas Stargardt; 5. (Re-)inventing the private under national socialism Maiken Umbach; Part II. The Private in the Volksgemeinschaft: 6. Private life in the people's economy: spending and saving in Nazi Germany Pamela E. Swett; 7. 'Hoist the flag!': flags as a sign of political consensus and distance in the Nazi period Karl Christian Fuhrer; 8. The vulnerable dwelling: local privacy before the courts Annemone Christians; 9. Walther von Hollander as an advice columnist on marriage and the family in the Third Reich Lu Seegers; Part III. The Private at War: 10. Personal relationships between harmony and alienation: aspects of home leave during the Second World War Christian Packheiser; 11. Working on the relationship: exchanging letters, goods, and photographs in wartime Andrew Stuart Bergerson, Laura Fahnenbruck and Christine Hartig; 12. Love letters from front and home: a private space for intimacy Cornelie Usborne; 13. 'A birth is nothing out of the ordinary here ...': mothers, midwives and the private sphere in the 'Reichsgau Wartheland' 1939-1945 Wiebke Lisner; 14. Transformations of the 'private': proximity and distance in the spatial confinement of the ghettos in occupied Poland 1939-1942 Carlos A. Haas.
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