Imperial Culture in Germany 1871–1918

@article{Joshi2005ImperialCI,
  title={Imperial Culture in Germany 1871–1918},
  author={Vandana Joshi},
  journal={Indian Historical Review},
  year={2005},
  volume={32},
  pages={304 - 306}
}
The author deplores the dearth of studies on Wilhelmian Germany in contrast to the much studied and celebrated Weimar culture. It depicts imperial culture on its own term, taking it out of the spell of the continuity syndrome under which it normally falls as a precursor to the Third Reich in dominant historiography. At the same time, it is an effort at retrieving imperial society and culture from the shadow of the towering figures of the age like. Freud, Nietzsche, Einstein, Max Plank, Weber… Expand
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