7 edition of Women in contemporary Germany found in the catalog.
by Berg, Distributed in North America by New York University Press in Providence, RI, [New York]
Written in English
|Series||German studies series|
|LC Classifications||HQ1623 .K649 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 340 p. :|
|Number of Pages||340|
|ISBN 10||085496391X, 0854968180|
|LC Control Number||92040870|
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Women in contemporary Germany by Eva Kolinsky,Berg, Distributed in North America by New York University Press edition, in English - Rev. Second revised edition- Thoroughly updated and includes a new chapter on the implications of the events in for women in both East and West emerged in from the shackles of Nazi ideology, German women have played a major part in postwar economic and social reconstruction.
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History of Germanic women covers gender roles, personalities and movements from medieval times to the present in German-speaking lands. Modern Germany Reconsidered book.
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As a result of the political, social and economic upheavals caused by the unification of West and East Germany in the s, a lot of women became unemployed or had to take part-time positions and also day-care and after-school clubs were shut down, which made it much.
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German Women Writers of the Twentieth Century is an anthology of German women writers of the twentieth century and includes English translations of their German-language short stories.
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10) is not set in Germany but. Extended title: Women in early modern Germany: an anthology of popular texts / edited and translated by Joy Wiltenburg. Subjects. German literature. Related names. associated with: Wiltenburg, Joy.
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Women in Nazi Germany book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From images of jubilant mothers offering the Nazi salute, to E /5(3). Another point you make in the book is that 98% of women were employed in East Germany.
As an economic system, communism doesn’t work as well as capitalism—but there were some good things about it. For a lot of the East German interviewees in your book, important things were lost—like social cohesion and working towards a common goal.
The contributors to this collection track the Modern Girl as she emerged as a global phenomenon in the interwar rs of history, women’s studies, literature, and cultural studies follow the Modern Girl around the world, analyzing her manifestations in Germany, Australia, China, Japan, France, India, the United States, Russia, South.were culpable in the Nazi atrocities.
Claudia Koonz’s book Mothers in the Fatherland: Women, the Family, and Nazi Politics, is one piece that is cited by most historians of women in Nazi Germany since its publication.9 Her book published in the s is really the first one to look specifically at women.
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