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`Opposition Machen Wir!'
Today's young Germans are largely seen as either `troublemakers' or apolitical hedonists. These designations are played off each other, sometimes by young people themselves, contributing to a tensionExpand
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What Soldiers Do
ideals like democracy. Rather, sexual fantasies ‘seduced’ soldiers into fighting (p. 63). They ‘also unleashed a veritable tsunami of male lust’ (p. 9). Moreover, Americans – or Amerilots, as theExpand
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Technology and the Culture of Modernity in Britain and Germany 1890–1945
  • Mary Nolan
  • Sociology
  • Central European History
  • 27 February 2007
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Excerpt from The Transatlantic Century: Europe and America, 1890–2010
  • Mary Nolan
  • Political Science, History
  • 16 September 2012
Author(s): Nolan, Mary | Abstract: Mary Nolan’s contribution, which comes from her new book, The Transatlantic Century, accomplishes the impressive feat of turning the historical literature on itsExpand
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Air Wars, Memory Wars
  • Mary Nolan
  • History
  • Central European History
  • 1 March 2005
The German preoccupation with the Nazi past, with issues of guilt, responsibility, and victimization “… doesn't end. Never will it end,” to quote the resigned note on which Günter Grass concluded hisExpand
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Women in Dark Times
contribution to labor history. It was also suggested that efforts be continued to attract historians of non-Western areas. In addition, much discussion centered on the relationship between laborExpand
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