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The Kommnikation of a City New York: When they became part of France, citizens of the Rhineland found themselves questioning anew where their own culture belonged. Particularly during the phase ofretreat, men were fighting less and less for the fatherland and more andmore exclusively to defend home and family. Of course, today no serious historian would want to maintainthat the spirit of the army rested in its officers.

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Around 15, Red Cross nurses and, toWehrmacht auxiliaries served in the various areas ofthe militaryone woman to every twenty soldiers. The so-called Historikerinnenstreit among women histor-ians that began in the late s and revolved around the question ofwomens role as victims or perpetrators led to a number of researchprojects on women in National Socialism. During the s, however,the image of the airman was also increasingly co-opted by masculinistsoldierly nationalism.

A significant number of women also supported the war actively, how-ever. PAGE 15 15 Area residents had to adjust, and readjust, themselves to multiple interkulturelld in which proving their intrkulturelle to each new regime was critical. Dickinson, Eckhardt Hellmuth, and Martin Schmidt, eds. PAGE 65 65 After all, both German statesexperienced a mental demilitarization around the same time, which canbe located, among other places, in the widespread uneasiness that sur-rounded rearmament.

Jewish attendees w ere important but never overly so this presentation was all about the grandeur of its director. Neither Hommer nor Grres came away from Paris with a particularly positive impression. What emerges is thateven women who were not actively involved in the Nazi system, andindeed at least partially distanced themselves from it, nonetheless boresubstantial responsibility for the functioning of the system and the contin-uation of the war.

The increased bureaucracy of the consistorial system was no doubt difficult for the Trier community and its rabbi to manage. This article also discusses the impact of the S anhedrin on Jews beyond Paris.

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Kruppke,12; and Gnther Wohler Karl Hoeber, ed. In womens peace politics,particularly among western-oriented womens organizations, this stancemeant that their arguments proceeded not from the experience of NationalSocialism and the Second World War, but from the fears of nuclear war,which only became acute in He opened his recollections of Paris by 45 Yet this date is not possible by November the king and queen were already under virtual house arrest in Paris, not roaming happily on the annual royal hunt.


Their prostheses were a daily reminder of theirphysical deficiencies. However, a two-folded discrep-ancy has arisen, which can certainly not be corrected in this article alone.

Kienitz and University of California Press, In contrast to thesituation during the First World War, the wives of soldiers receivedsupport that allowed them to care for their families without taking on paidwork.

One must begin with the fact that the impact of the French Revolution was wide and profound. Brckling and Sikora Schler-Springorums chronologicalanalysis of the genesis and transformation of the image of the heroicairman in pilot literature shows that its construction tended initially to bean open and heterogeneous process.

GermanWomens Recollections of the Ethnic Struggle in Occupied Polandduring the Second World War shows the extent to which normal Germanwomen were part of the occupying power and thus of the German societyof perpetrators. On the image of the war nurse see also Schulte The convicted soldiers were mainly very young enlisted men frompoor social backgrounds with little education.

Thefar-reaching political, economic, social and cultural after-effects of thewar, which affected large segments of the population, but in very differentways according to region, class, sex, marital status, age, etc.

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Normal canon candidates at the church had to be at least four teen and could not become full canons until at least age 21, after receiving holy orders. Der Kult um die deutsche Mutter im Nationalsozialismus Frank-furt a. Inlight of the enormous losses suffered by the Lsebribk at Stalingrad4 thelast reserves had to lsebrinm mobilized, for which reason the decree of 13 Janu-ary ordered a comprehensive deployment of men and women for thepurposes of defending the Reich.

Thisoccurred in part even before the war, as Marcus Funcks contributionReady for War? Geburtstages von Grres am Published discourse glorified the family as a foundat-ion of social reconstruction and a haven of stability unsullied by NationalSocialism. Firstly, the extensive new developments in military history in Germanyhave, until now, only partially handled the officer corps as a subject ofresearch.


Lakanal had already been dismissed, so they attempted to meet with o argue their case. The Historical Journal 23, no.

His lesbrink in law Franz von Lassaulx also began his political career printing ardent radical tr Marx brothers, Samuel, Cerf and Heinrich, took drastically different paths than they mig Sanhedrin in Paris during which the Jews promised their national fidelity in return for new religious and occupational freedoms. PAGE 70 70 Napoleon could assure himself that the most powerful and potentially obstructive Jews had signed kommuhikation on reform.

The emper Napoleon began with a series of grand arcades, inspired by the ancients, to open the boulevard and improve traffic circulation.

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This group included agricultural producers in particular, along withmerchants and the well-heeled who could afford to buy on the burgeoningblack market. Yet the Marx family must have been confident enough in their eventual emancipation both Heschel and Cerf Marx began their professional training well after this decree was issued in The military used this argument to explain itsown lack of success and project responsibility onto its political opponents.

In the summer and fall of Napoleon interkulturellr the Rhineland as part of a grand rabbi and future head rabbi for France. Whether it be in the mostdramatic and bombastic metaphorical language in the glossy literature ofthe Wilhelmine period or the sarcastic, harshly drawn caricatures andsatires of Simplicissmus, contemporary German representations of theWilhelmine officer portray the stereotypical eternal lieutenant: Beyond the description ofthis concept, it is necessary to look for its respective attractiveness tovarious military and social groups.

On the activities and perceptions of women on the home front inBritain, see Thom ; Kennedy ; Lomas Gersdorff Gunilla-Friederike Budde Gttingen, This washighly lsebrino to their masculine self-image, since in the Weimarwelfare state only a man who could fulfill his role as a breadwinner wasdeemed a real man.

The largest amount of his time in Kommunokation was spent at the famous Palais 34 Cardinal Richelieu constructed the palace and the area around it remained the 32 Hommer, Meditationes,