8 edition of Dealing with Germans found in the catalog.
English with parallel German text.
|Other titles||Umgang mit Deutschen.|
|Statement||Paul A. Schons, Gudrun Clay|
|LC Classifications||DD258.25 .S36 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||89052072|
Extract from the XXVIIIth book illustrating Roman policy in dealing with the Germans. Series Title: Translations and reprints from the original sources of European history, v. 6, no. 3. Homeland Book of the Bessarabian Germans: Personal Name Index. By Pastor Albert Kern, Germans from Russia Heritage Collection, North Dakota State University Libraries Fargo, North Dakota, , 28 pages, $ Softcover.
Introduction The Germans are an enigma not only to the rest of the world iors when dealing with Germans. The insidious thing about such stereotypes is that they often have a core of truth, which when used in this book Germany and Germans will refer exclusively to . Hitler's Willing Executioners: Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust is a book by American writer Daniel Goldhagen, in which he argues that the vast majority of ordinary Germans were "willing executioners" in the Holocaust because of a unique and virulent "eliminationist antisemitism" in German political culture which had developed in the preceding : Daniel Goldhagen.
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Learn about Author Central. Susan Neiman (Author) out of 5 stars 23 ratings/5(50). Her book is a challenging and unsettling read, and it is for this reason that I recommend it.” —Jeremy Rutledge, The Post and Courier (Charleston, SC) “[Neiman] declares a different kind of hope Learning from the Germans is an important book for showing us a path we can follow.” —Y.S.
Fing, Washington Independent Review of Books. Using new archival sources--including previously secret documents of the East German secret police and Communist Party--M. Sarotte goes behind the scenes of Cold War Germany during the era of d etente, as East and West tried negotiation instead of confrontation to settle their differences.
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Germans don’t learn about the Holocaust in just one way. “You really can’t escape it,” she said. “It’s in art works, in literature, in movies, in television, done in different keys and. Interesting thread. Dealing with Germans book I started visiting Germany back in the 80's, my American friends who had spent a lot of time over there in the military had the almost universal belief that the Germans from the Catholic areas of the south of Germany and Austria were much more friendly and gregarious than those form the north or at least more pro-American.
This book deals mainly with the German efforts to stave off defeat by numericaly superior foes through technology. There are chapters dealing with the East Front, the Western Front, Party Militias (the post war Wehrwolf movement is described here), Opposition to Hitler, Military Organization and most of all Weapons and Devices.5/5(1).
And sitting down to write about how to deal with Germans, I find myself thinking: 11 years of marriage to a German, countless hours and festivities with German in-laws, 11 years of living in the country and speaking the language do I really know how to deal with Germans.
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Neiman is an unexpected apologist for the communist German Democratic Republic. While she insists that all Germans must feel bad for everything the Nazis did, she claims Germans just need to get over the Stalinist regime. In fact, Neiman argues that the GDR was superior in dealing with the Nazi past.
In his book, Mounk explores German attitudes toward Jews during the 70 years following the Holocaust (Mounk's parents and grandparents are Eastern European Jews, and he was born in Germany). Are Germans book buyers.
% of Germans bought a book in the last 12 months, a figure that has been steady over the last years: in and59% of Germans reported buying at least one book a year. Who is reading and buying books. Split by gender, women read far more than men: 54% of the women read a book at least once a week.
Germans will be measured by what we've learned from this history, especially in dealing with the murderous neo-Nazi assaults against minorities in Germany.
Some German intellectuals are calling. T he two questions that make up the title of the German scholar Götz Aly’s latest book are the ones that many historians of the Holocaust have been attempting to answer for decades.
And as the book’s subtitle suggests, the answer that Aly supplies is not radically new. The novel twist in his argument consists of the way he links envy and race hatred as causal factors: Aly argues.
Get this from a library. Dealing with Germans: a guide for the business traveler = Umgang mit Deutschen: ein Führer für den Geschäftsreisenden. [Paul A Schons; Gudrun Clay]. Keeping Up with the Germans switches between justifications for this decision, portraits of other Germans who have tried it too (Heine, Adorno, Schwitters), and analyses of some key Anglo-German Author: Simon Winder.
The book s copies last year, making it one of the best-selling non-fiction titles in Germany, according to its publisher, the Institute. Order our bilingual book now: English/German ISBNthird edition, pages, paperback, €29, Order options: (if you are in Germany) or ; directly from the authors via credit card, bank transfer or paypal.
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Her book is a challenging and unsettling read, and it is for this reason that I recommend it.” —Jeremy Rutledge, The Post and Courier (Charleston, SC) “[Neiman] declares a different kind of hope Learning from the Germans is an important book for showing us a path we can follow.” —Y.S.
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