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Soncino – Gesellschaft der Freunde des jüdischen Buches. Ein Beitrag zur Kulturgeschichte

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Book Series: Europäisch-jüdische Studien – Beiträge ISSN: 2192-9602 ISBN: 9783110339208 Year: Volume: 17 Pages: 256 DOI: 10.1515/9783110339208 Language: German
Publisher: De Gruyter
Subject: Religion
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In May 1924, the Soncino Society of the Friends of the Jewish Book was founded in Berlin. Named after the Soncinos, a 15th to 16th century Jewish-Italian family of printers, it was the first society of Jewish bibliophiles, and set the goal of publishing rare Jewish books and Hebrew printings. The eight essays in this volume explore the history of the Society and its commitment to Hebrew book culture.

Faust und Geist

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ISBN: 9783205205456 Year: Pages: 446 Seiten Language: German
Publisher: Böhlau Grant: Austrian Science Fund - PUB 458
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Faust und Geist shall set out to find answers to the following questions: what are the motifs and continuing themes for the close link between fist fighting and writing? Which means are employed, what is the intent and what are the linguistic and formal techniques with which the fist fighting combat sport is translate into literature.

Bildungsbürgertum und völkische Ideologie. Konstitution und gesellschaftliche Tiefenwirkung eines Netzwerks völkischer Autoren (1919-1959)

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Book Series: Quellen und Darstellungen zur Zeitgeschichte ISSN: 0481-3545 ISBN: 9783110415537 Year: Volume: 109 Pages: 479 DOI: 10.1515/9783110415537 Language: German
Publisher: De Gruyter
Subject: History
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The moderate folk-nationalist (völkisch) authors Hans Grimm, Erwin Guido Kobenheyer, and Wilhelm Stapel found great appeal among the German social elites. The author analyzes the ideological proclivity of the Weimar educated middle class and the personal networks, construction of self-image, and mentality of völkisch-oriented intellectuals between the end of the First World War and early West Germany.

Die Hungerunruhen in Hamburg im Juni 1919 - eine zweite Revolution?

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Book Series: Beiträge zur Geschichte Hamburgs ISBN: 9783937816630 Year: Pages: 238 DOI: 10.15460/HUP.BGH.65.106 Language: German
Publisher: Hamburg University Press
Subject: History
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With the end of the First World War, the defeat of the German Empire, was sealed in November 1918. Even after the end of the subsequent revolutionary phase, political conditions in Hamburg remain unstable. On the one hand, they were marked by militant clashes between radical groups; on the other hand, hunger and misery continued to dominate the everyday life of the population. This was the breeding ground for a short section of the history of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, which had not received much attention so far: the "Aspic Riots" or "Hunger Riots" (Sülze- oder Hungerunruhen) .They broke out in the city at the end of June 1919.The discovery of scandalous production and processing methods of a jelly manufacturer led to turmoil throughout the city. These civil war-like conditions, which lasted only a few days, were the reason for the invasion of the Reichswehr troops under General Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck. The background, process and effects of the "hunger riots" are examined and presented in this paper.

Nationalsozialistisches Strafrecht

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Book Series: Grundlagen des Strafrechts ISBN: 9783845297149 Year: Volume: 6 DOI: https://doi.org/10.5771/9783845297149 Language: German
Publisher: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG
Subject: History
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This innovative study regards National Socialist criminal law—in accordance with the theories of continuity and radicalisation—as the racist (anti-Semitic), nationalistic (Germanic) and totalitarian updating of the authoritarian and anti-liberal tendencies found in German criminal law at the turn of the 20th century and during the Weimar Republic. The author proves this thesis through systematic analysis of the works of relevant authors, focusing primarily on the texts, which speak for themselves, rather than on morally judging the people who wrote them. In doing so, he also examines the reception of German (National Socialist) criminal law in Latin America. The aforementioned continuity did not only exist from a past perspective (post-Weimar), but also from a forward-looking perspective (‘the Bonn Republic’ 1949–1990). In short, neither did National Socialist criminal law appear from nowhere, nor did it completely disappear after 1945, which has seamlessly led to the modern-day attempt to reconstruct the identity of this Germanic myth through the so-called ‘neue Rechte’ or ‘New Right’ political movement.

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