Neighbors and Enemies: The Culture of Radicalism in Berlin, 1929-1933

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Cambridge University Press, 27 wrz 2004 - 337
Neighbors and Enemies provides a new interpretation of the collapse of Germany's first democracy, the Weimar Republic, which ended with the naming of Adolf Hitler as chancellor in January 1933. This study focuses on individuals workers in Berlin and their strategies to confront the crises in their daily lives introduced by the transformation of society after 1918 and intensified during the Depression. Tensions between the sexes and generation, among neighbors, within families, and between citizens and their political parties led to the emergence of a radical--and at times violent--neighborhood culture that signaled a loss of faith in political institutions.
 

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Introduction I
1
Neighborhoods and Metropolis
24
Rebellion at Home and in the Community
79
Appeals to Berlins Workers
137
Political Independence in Berlins
188
The Logic of Violence
232
Conclusion
286
The Culture of Radicalism
294
Bibliography
301
Index
319
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