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This collection provides a comprehensive treatment of the German colonial empire and its significance. Leading scholars show not only how the colonies influenced metropolitan life and the character of German politics during the Bismarckian and Wilhelmine eras (–), but also how colonial mentalities and practices shaped later histories during the Nazi : Paperback. General Overviews. There are a number of excellent overviews that focus on different aspects of German colonialism. Speitkamp is a condensed, easily readable general introduction, whereas Conrad is based on an up-to-date transnational history approach. Stoecker represents the former GDR school of studying German imperialism. Forster, et al. concentrates on the early years.
– Henderson W. O. “The German Colonial Empire ” p. illustrated maps Longman – Henderson, W. O. “Studies in German Colonial History” pp. Frank Cass & Co. Ltd, , London, UK. – Woodruff Smith, D. “The German Colonial Empire” pp. maps, University of North Carolina Press, , Chapel Hill, USA. AFRICA. German Studies Review (GSR) is the scholarly journal of the German Studies Association (GSA), the world's largest academic association devoted to the interdisciplinary study of the German-speaking countries. Recent issues have covered topics from Alexander von Humboldt and postcolonial theory to Krupp housing estates in the Ruhr Valley to the popularity of German gangsta rap.
Germany’s Colonial Pasts is a wide-ranging study of German colonialism and its legacies. Inspired by Susanne Zantop’s landmark book Colonial Fantasies, and extending her analyses there, this volume offers new research by scholars from Europe, Africa, and the United also commemorates Zantop’s distinguished life and career (–). Germany’s Colonial Pasts is a wide-ranging collection of studies of German colonialism and its ed by Susanne Zantop’s landmark book Colonial Fantasies and commemorating Zantop’s life and distinguished career (–), this volume offers new research by scholars from Europe, Africa, and the United States. Some essays in this volume focus on Germany’s formal colonial.
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The establishment of German authority in the interior of the overseas territories, the setting up of organs of administration, the 'colonial scandals', and the 'new era' of colonial policy in which Dr.
Dernburg played a leading role are a significant aspect of German history in the reign of Wilhelm II. Some of the works inter-relate with the Colonial Picture Archive: Kultur- und Vegetations-Bilder aus unseren deutschen Kolonien von Ferdinand Wohltmann () shows images also available Studies in German colonial history book the image caption below the pictures in the book offer much more detailed information than the meta-data in the Colonial Picture Archive, e.g.
the image on page 14 shows the. Mahon Murphy recently completed his PhD at the History department at the LSE where he also received his researches on empires during war. His PhD thesis looked at the treatment of European prisoners in a colonial context with a focus on the fall of the German colonies and protectorates in Africa, China and the Pacific.
15/07/, by CLAS. German literature rediscovers Germany’s neglected colonial history. In the late s, a surge of historical novels about German colonialism in Africa and its previously neglected legacies hit the German literary scene. While most studies of European colonialism tend to focus on the British and French empires, German colonialism in the late th and early 20 th centuries had a significant impact not only on German colonies, but also on German society itself.
In this book, a number of scholars assess German colonialism during the Bismarckian and Wilhelmine eras (–) and how colonial mentalities. German History continues its series of virtual round-table discussions with this forum on the German colonial imagination, a topic very much at the centre of current historical controversy.
By European standards, the period of formal German colonialism was extremely brief. Yet work inspired by cultural and literary studies has suggested that a ‘colonial imagination’ was much more deeply. This thoroughly researched and contextualized study draws on a wide range of sources from the Afrikabücher (Africa books, an umbrella term for books on the German colonies from travel accounts to colonial novels) and schoolbooks of –45 to ‘hitherto unexplored files from the archives in the East and West German Foreign Offices’ (p.
Image Collection of the German Colonial Society During the second half of the 19th century numerous societies arose that concerned themselves with caring for German emigrants, and spreading of colonial ideas.
The most important was the "German Colonial Society" (Deutsche Kolonialgesellschaft, DKG) founded in For their propaganda activities its members collected not only books.
Germany's trade with her colonies British economic activity in the German colonies German economic penetration in the Middle East The war economy of German east Africa The conquest of the German colonies German colonization and the colonial problem of the s.
Responsibility: W.O. Henderson. Pre-colonial history As early as 25 B.C., the first humans lived in the Huns Mountains in the South of Namibia. The painted stone plates that exist from that time not only prove that these settlements existed, they also belong among the oldest works of art in the world.
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While its focus is upon the relatively short history of Germany’s relationship with its protectorates (–), the author also draws on a looser definition of ‘German colonialism’ to bring in discussion of the ‘pre-colonial fantasies and projects’ associated with these and other overseas territories, and German interaction with.
Being overshadowed by the two World Wars, it is up to recent historical studies to fully bring it into the light.
Even if – in terms of gaining territory, compared to its rivals - Germany’s colonial endeavors weren’t exactly successful, German colonial forces are guilty of terrible crimes against peoples indigenous to their colonies.
The German colonial empire constituted the overseas colonies, dependencies and territories of Imperial Germany. Unified in the early s, the chancellor of this time period was Otto von Bismarck. Short-lived attempts of colonization by individual German states had occurred in preceding centuries, but crucial colonial efforts only began in with the Scramble for Africa.
Claiming much of the left-over uncolonized areas in the Scramble for Africa, Germany Capital: Berlin. While most studies of European colonialism tend to focus on the British and French empires, German colonialism in the lateth and early 20th centuries had a significant impact not only on German colonies, but also on German society itself.
In this book, a number of scholars assess German colonialism during the Bismarckian andFile Size: KB. The contributors also examine Germany's colonial past with debates over the country's identity and history and compare its colonial crimes with other European ventures. Other issues explored include the denial or marginalization of German genocide and the place of colonialism and the Holocaust within German and Israeli postwar relations.Best History Books Proper nonfiction history books, not historical fiction, about any period, event, area or topic you like.
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