FRIEDRICH MEINECKE THE GERMAN CATASTROPHE PDF

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The German Catastrophe. By Friedrich Meinecke. Harvard University Press, . pp. $ Purchase. This little book, written in by the dean of. I picked this book up because Pflanze mentioned it in his biography of Bismarck. The question that anyone had to ask after World War II was. The German Catastrophe: Reflections and Recollections. Front Cover. Friedrich Meinecke. Harvard University Press, – Germany – pages.

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German Catastrophe: Reflections & Recollections by Friedrich Meinecke

It seems there were two social movements in the background that aided Hitler’s rise to power. Brittany rated it it was ok Jan 20, Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Notify me of catastropbe posts via email.

To the extent that he seeks out answers, he finds those answers in chance and historical contingency. He was educated at the University of Bonn and the University of Berlin. Post was not sent – check your email addresses!

You are commenting using your Twitter account. After the Nazis invaded Poland in he praised this event in a letter to Siegfred August Kaehler, stating: His solution for the Germans was to go back to the idealism of Goethe’s romanicism with a heafty dose of C This short book read like it was pages long.

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Meinecke acknowledges that in order to combine nationalism and socialism, the firm power of the state is needed. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Friedrich Meinecke. Piper rated it liked it. C marked it as to-read Sep 17, We generally believed indeed that this had already commenced and that it would progress further in the common experiences of catastrope war, which was looked upon as a war of defense and self-protection. Want to Read saving….

When the First World War broke out, it seemed once more that a kind angel might lead the German people back to the right path.

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Inhe helped to found the Free Friedrkch of Berlin in West Berlinand remained an important figure to the end of his life. InMeinecke helped to found the Free University of Berlin.

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German Catastrophe: Reflections & Recollections

Cory Ilgenfritz added it Jul 15, To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: This page was last edited on 28 Decemberat Join other followers. His solution for the Germans was to go back to the idealism of Goethe’s romanicism with a heafty dose of Christianity. In the book Meinecke interprets National Socialism as an “alien force occupying Germany”, [13] while at the same time expressing anti-semitic prejudice towards the Jews.

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Published immediately after the end of World War II he sees modern history as the confluence of the rise of nationalism and the massive population growth leading to the decline of the aristocratic world. Anyone who is interested in exploring what history could suggest about potentially repeating itself in America should try to get a copy of this friedrrich and read it.