Heimat

Author: Axel Müller-Schöll,Hermann Weber

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Architecture

Page: 134

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Heimat Breslau

Author: Heinrich Trierenberg

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Wrocław (Poland)

Page: 254

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Vorliegender Bild-/Textband zeigt die Stadt Breslau von ihrer historischen Seite. Einleitend wird die wechselvolle Geschichte der Stadt geschildert. Ein alphabetisch geordnetes Bildverzeichnis erleichtert die Suche nach bestimmten Sehenswürdigkeiten. Zu jedem Schwarz-Weiß-Foto gibt es einen erklärenden Text.

Horror oder Heimat?

Author: Anja Tuckermann,Nikolaus Becker

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Adolescence

Page: 144

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Heimat – Vaterland – Europa

Author: Bernhard Vogel

Publisher: Böhlau Verlag Köln Weimar

ISBN: 341250193X

Category: Political Science

Page: 513

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Der Dreiklang von Heimat, Vaterland und Europa stellt die Dimensionen des politischen Wirkens des Europapolitikers Hans-Gert Pöttering dar. Von der ersten Direktwahl 1979 bis zu seinem Ausscheiden im Jahr 2014 gehörte der CDU-Politiker dem Europäischen Parlament an, dessen Präsident er von 2007 bis 2009 war. In dieser Funktion, aber auch als Vorsitzender der EVP/ED-Fraktion zwischen 1999 und 2007, war Pöttering u.a. maßgeblich an der Erweiterung der Europäischen Union um die mittel- und osteuropäischen Staaten sowie am Zustandekommen des Vertrags von Lissabon beteiligt. Politische Weggefährten aus Niedersachsen, Deutschland und Europa, die Pöttering in den vergangenen vier Jahrzehnten begleitet haben, würdigen in dieser Festschrift sein Engagement für die Einigung Europas in Frieden und Freiheit.

Heimat

Author: Peter Blickle

Publisher: Camden House

ISBN: 9781571133038

Category: History

Page: 186

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Heimat - A German Dream

Author: Elizabeth Boa,Rachel Palfreyman

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 0191583545

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 242

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The discourse of Heimat, meaning homeland or roots, has been a medium of debate on German identity between region and nation for at least a century. Four phases parallel Germany's discontinuous history: Heimat literature as a response to modernization and to regional tensions before the First World War; the inter-war period when Heimat divided into racist ideology, left-wing opposition, and inner resistance to the Third Reich; a post-war dialectic between escapist 1950s Heimat films and right-wing claims to the lost lands in the East to which anti-Heimat theatre and films in the 1960s and 1970s were a response, with the urban Heimat in GDR films adding a socialist twist; regionalism and green politics in the 1980s and German identity beyond Cold War divisions. A key point of reference in current debates on German history, Heimat looks likely to continue in postmodern and multicultural mode.

From Hitler to Heimat

Author: Anton Kaes

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674324565

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 273

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Examines changing attitudes among Germans as evident in films of the modern German era, leading away from guilt and atonement and seeking national identity.

Reclaiming Heimat

Author: Jacqueline Vansant

Publisher: Wayne State University Press

ISBN: 9780814329511

Category: History

Page: 204

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As a result, their individual life stories reflect group experiences that are notably different from the collective memories of the general Austrian population.".

The Heimat Abroad

Author: K. Molly O'Donnell,Renate Bridenthal,Nancy Reagin

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

ISBN: 0472025120

Category: History

Page: 336

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Germans have been one of the most mobile and dispersed populations on earth. Communities of German speakers, scattered around the globe, have long believed they could recreate their Heimat (homeland) wherever they moved, and that their enclaves could remain truly German. Furthermore, the history of Germany is inextricably tied to Germans outside the homeland who formed new communities that often retained their Germanness. Emigrants, including political, economic, and religious exiles such as Jewish Germans, fostered a nostalgia for home, which, along with longstanding mutual ties of family, trade, and culture, bound them to Germany. The Heimat Abroad is the first book to examine the problem of Germany's long and complex relationship to ethnic Germans outside its national borders. Beyond defining who is German and what makes them so, the book reconceives German identity and history in global terms and challenges the nation state and its borders as the sole basis of German nationalism. Krista O'Donnell is Associate Professor of History, William Paterson University. Nancy Reagin is Professor of History, Pace University. Renete Bridenthal is Emerita Professor of History, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York.