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A Promised Land
Intellectual Collaboration with the Third Reich
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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.The book investigates the rather neglected "intellectual" collaboration between National Socialist Germany and other countries, including views on knowledge and politics among "pro-German" intellectuals, using a comparative approach. These moves were shaped by the Nazi system, which viewed scientific and cultural exchange as part and parcel of their cultural propaganda and policy. Positive views of the Hitler regime among intellectuals of all sorts were indicative of a broader discontent with democracy that, among other things, represented an alternative approach to modernization which was not limited to the German heartlands. This book draws together international experts in an analysis of right-wing Europe under Hitler; a study which has gained new resonance amidst the wave of European nationalism in the twenty-first century.
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Maria Bjoerkman is researcher at the Department of History of Science and Ideas, Uppsala University, Sweden. Patrik Lundell is professor of history at OErebro University, Sweden. Sven Widmalm is professor of history of science and ideas at Uppsala University, Sweden.
List of contributors Acknowledgements Collaboration and normalization Maria Bjoerkman, Patrik Lundell & Sven Widmalm "Zwischenvoelkisches Verstehen": Theory and practice of knowledge transfer between 1933 and 1945 Andrea Albrecht, Lutz Danneberg and Alexandra Skowronski The art of Nazi international networking: The visual arts in the rhetoric and reality of Hitler's European New Order Benjamin Martin Treason? What treason? German-foreign friendship societies and transnational relations between right-wing intellectuals during the Nazi period Johannes Dafinger Some remarks on relations between Germany and Japan in the field of research 1933-1945 Hans-Joachim Bieber Between competition, co-operation and collaboration: The International Committee of Historical Sciences, the International Historical Congresses and the German historiography, 1933-1945 Matthias Berg The Academy of Sciences of Lisbon between science, international politics, and neutrality (1932-1945) Fernando Clara Sympathy for the Devil? American support for German sciences after 1933 Helke Rausch Hektor Ammann's voelkisch idea of medieval economics and the place of Switzerland in Nazi-dominated Europe Fabian Link An agent of indirect propaganda: Normalizing Nazi Germany in the Swedish medical journal Svenska Lakartidningen 1933-1945 Annika Berg Transnational encounters in science: Knowledge exchanges and ideological entanglements between Portugal and Nazi Germany (1933-1945) Claudia Ninhos German foreign cultural policy and higher education in Brazil (1933-1942) Andre Felipe Candido da Silva The politics of "neutral" science: Swiss geneticists and their relations with Nazi Germany Pascal Germann Contributing to the cultural "New Order": How German intellectuals attributed a prominent place for the Spanish nation Maricio Janue I Miret Copenhagen Revisited Mark Walker On the structural conditions for scientific amorality Susanne Heim Index