The First World War, German Nationalism, and the Transformation of German Zionism
- UNWRITTEN LETTERS TO THE KAISER. Von Bernhardi // Punch or the London Charivari, Vol. 147, December 2, 1914;1/1/1914, p7
An unwritten letter is presented from General Von Bernhardi to the Kaiser in Germany regarding his views and insinuation related to the First World War in France, Flanders, and other European countries in 1914.
- Not So Guilty Germany. Connolly, Ciarán // History Today;Nov2013, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p66
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "The Great War Was a Just War" by Gary Sheffield, which appeared in the August 2013 issue.
- Germany's war aims. CARRAGHER, MICHAEL // History Ireland;Jan/Feb2015, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p13
A letter to the editor is presented in response to a letter to the editor by D.R. O'Connor Lysaght on the subject of Germany's goals in World War I, or the Great War, which appears in volume 22.6 of the November/December 2014 issue.
- Parliament and Parliamentarism in Germany during the First World War. SENIGAGLIA, Cristiana // Studia Universitatis Cibiniensis. Series Historica;2015, Vol. 12, p115
The paper considers the progressive transformation of the role of the German Parliament (Reichstag) during the First World War. At the beginning, the Parliament occupied a subordinate position and was not directly involved in the decision concerning the declaration of war. This depended on the...
- AVIATION HISTORY. // Military History;May2014, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p14
A review of the article "The Reckless Richthofe" by O'Brien Browne related to Lothar von Richthofen, German First World War fighter ace, which appeared in the March 2014 issue of the journal "Aviation History" is presented.
- CulturÄƒ, politicÄƒ ÅŸi studenÅ£i strÄƒini Ã®n Republica de la Weimar. NASTASĂ-MATEI, IRINA // Studia Politica: Romanian Political Science Review;2013, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p499
At the end of World War I, Germany was neither politically, nor culturally "attendable", for most of the European countries. In this context, one of the main cultural aims of the Weimar Republic will be the resumption of the cultural and academic relations with other countries. The foreign...
- Warum Germania bewaffnet war und trotzdem nicht wÃ¤hlen durfte. ELLERBROCK, DAGMAR // Werkstatt Geschichte;okt2014, Issue 64, p31
The article discusses history of enforcement of gender and gun rights in Germany in 19th century. Various topics discussed include bourgeois revolution in Germany, political rights for arm possession, use of weapon in everyday life, voting rights in the country during the First World War and...
- Robert Weltsch and the Paradoxes of Anti-Nationalist Nationalism. Vogt, Stefan // Jewish Social Studies;Apr2010, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p85
This article analyzes the specific version of Zionism developed in Central Europe by examining the life and work of Robert Weltsch. Born in Prague in 1891, Weltsch was the editor of the official journal of the German Zionist federation, the JÃ¼dische Rundschau, from 1919 until 1938. I trace...
- Book Review: The German-Jewish Soldiers of the First World War in History and Memory by Tim Grady. Weber, Thomas // War in History;Jul2013, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p424
The article reviews the book "The German-Jewish Soldiers of the First World War in History and Memory," by Tim Grady.