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Modern German Grammar

Author : Ruth Whittle
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Announcing an innovative, new, practical reference grammar, combining traditional and function-based grammar in a single volume. It is the ideal reference grammar at advanced secondary level and above.

Psychoanalytic Social Work

Author : George Bruns
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This book represents the first systematic account of the theory and practice of psychoanalytical social work. For students and those entering the field of social work who are interested in psychoanalytical social work it offers an overview of the diverse fields of practice of psychoanalytical social work and combines this with a description of its history, relation to other areas of social work and relevant psychoanalytical theories. The authors are convinced for this reason that both for students on degree courses as also for social workers and social education workers in further training the book offers an important contribution and fills a gap in this field. Equally, it addresses practising social workers, social educationalists, psychiatrists or psychotherapists offering comprehensive insight into this particular form of social work for those working in centres for counselling or early intervention or in social paediatrics.

Aufbruch und Krise

Author : Beate Störtkuhl
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Der Erste Weltkrieg und die nachfolgende Friedensordnung veränderten historisch gewachsene Regionen und Siedlungsgemeinschaften in Ostmittel-, Ost- und Südosteuropa nachhaltig. Während lang gehegte nationale Aspirationen verwirklicht werden konnten und die neuen Staatsvölker in Aufbruchstimmung versetzten, wurden vormalige Staatsvölker zu Minderheiten und begriffen ihre neue Situation als krisenhaft; dies galt insbesondere für die Deutschen im östlichen Europa. Die Auseinandersetzung mit dem Krieg und seinen Auswirkungen in Politik, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft prägte die Zwischenkriegszeit. Aufbruchstimmung und Krisenerfahrung spiegelten sich im Widerstreit zwischen modernen Bestrebungen und rückwärtsgewandten Ideologien - vor allem auch auf kulturellem Gebiet in Literatur, Architektur, bildender Kunst, in Film, Theater und Wissenschaften. In Fallstudien analysieren die Beiträge des vorliegenden Bandes individuell geformte, gesellschaftlich bedingte sowie staatlich gelenkte Strategien der Auseinandersetzung mit der Nachkriegssituation in Ostmitteleuropa. Beiträge von Johanna Brade, Marion Brandt, Brigitte Braun, Gertrude Cepl-Kaufmann, Helmut Freiwald, Jacek Friedrich, Michael Garleff, Sewerin Gawlitta, Maria Gierlak, Regina Hartmann, Alena Janatková, Zoran Janjetovic, Jürgen Joachimsthaler, Ryszard Kaczmarek, Mart Kalm, Róbert Keményfi, Konrad Köstlin, Primus-Heinz Kucher, Wojciech Kunicki, Olga Kurilo, Beata Lakeberg, Harald Lönnecker, Petr Lozoviuk, Tomasz Majewski, Jochen Oltmer, Malgorzata Omilanowska, Miroslaw Ossowski, Marek Podlasiak, Karsten Rinas, Matthias Schöning, Stefan Sienerth, Pascal Trees, Katharina Wessely, Anja Wilhelmi, Karolina Zimna-Kawecka

Colonialism and Modern Architecture in Germany

Author : Itohan Osayimwese
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Over the course of the nineteenth century, drastic social and political changes, technological innovations, and exposure to non-Western cultures affected Germany’s built environment in profound ways. The economic challenges of Germany’s colonial project forced architects designing for the colonies to abandon a centuries-long, highly ornamental architectural style in favor of structural technologies and building materials that catered to the local contexts of its remote colonies, such as prefabricated systems. As German architects gathered information about the regions under their influence in Africa, Asia, and the Pacific—during expeditions, at international exhibitions, and from colonial entrepreneurs and officials—they published their findings in books and articles and organized lectures and exhibits that stimulated progressive architectural thinking and shaped the emerging modern language of architecture within Germany itself. Offering in-depth interpretations across the fields of architectural history and postcolonial studies, Itohan Osayimwese considers the effects of colonialism, travel, and globalization on the development of modern architecture in Germany from the 1850s until the 1930s. Since architectural developments in nineteenth-century Germany are typically understood as crucial to the evolution of architecture worldwide in the twentieth century, this book globalizes the history of modern architecture at its founding moment.

Honecker s Germany RLE German Politics

Author : David Childs
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Picking up many of themes of David Childs’ earlier book, The GDR: Moscow’s German Ally, this book discusses the German Democratic Republic (GDR) from 1971 until the mid 1980s. Written at a time when the GDR was one of the most modern and successful socialist states, with a growing importance within the socialist bloc and the global stage, this books examined a number of important topics such as GDR relations with the USSR and the USA, the GDR Navy, the church in the GDR and the economy of the GDR.

Germany and the Second World War Volume IX II

Author : Jörg Echternkamp
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Volume IX/II of this series draws on a range of historical sources to explore the effect that the Second World War had on the people of Germany, whether they were practically involved in the war effort, or struggling to maintain a normal existance

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Tempo Tempo

Author : Marianne Brandt
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Tempo, Tempo!: The Bauhaus Photomontages of Marianne Brandt~ISBN 3-936314-55-1 U.S. $35.00 / Hardcover, 8 x 10 in. / 160 pgs / 50 color and 60 b&w. ~Item / March / Art

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Author : Frank Biess
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This book focuses on one of the most visible and important consequences of total defeat in postwar Germany: the return to East and West Germany of the two million German soldiers and POWs who spent an extended period in Soviet captivity. These former prisoners made up a unique segment of German society. They were both soldiers in the war of racial annihilation on the Eastern front and then suffered extensive hardship and deprivation themselves as prisoners of war. The book examines the lingering consequences of the soldiers' return and explores returnees' own responses to a radically changed and divided homeland. Historian Frank Biess traces the origins of the postwar period to the last years of the war, when ordinary Germans began to face the prospect of impending defeat. He then demonstrates parallel East and West German efforts to overcome the German loss by transforming returning POWs into ideal post-totalitarian or antifascist citizens. By exploring returnees' troubled adjustment to the more private spheres of the workplace and the family, the book stresses the limitations of these East and West German attempts to move beyond the war. Based on a wide array of primary and secondary sources, Homecomings combines the political history of reconstruction with the social history of returnees and the cultural history of war memories and gender identities. It unearths important structural and functional similarities between German postwar societies, which remained infused with the aftereffects of unprecedented violence, loss, and mass death long after the war was over.