Der Untergang Des Dritten Reiches Im Spiegel Der Deutsch Japanischen Kulturbegegnung 1933 1945

Author: Till Philip Koltermann
Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag
ISBN: 9783447060721
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In der Studie werden die Fragen nach dem historischen Ort der deutsch-japanischen Kulturbegegnung 1933-1945 gestellt und Traditionen, Bruche und Kontinuitaten der deutschen Japan-Wahrnehmung beleuchtet, die bis in die heutige Zeit fortwirken. Zwischen 1933 und 1945 intensivierte das Deutsche Reich neben den politisch-militarischen Beziehungen insbesondere den Kulturaustausch mit Japan. Dieser bislang vernachlassigten Kulturbegegnung, die auf eine ausgepragte deutsche Affinitat fur Asiens Geisteskulturen und das wachsende Interesse fur japanische Spiritualitat (Shinto, Zen-Buddhismus, Bushido) zuruckgreifen konnte, gilt das Augenmerk der Arbeit, die sich auf zahlreiche unbekannte und unzureichend ausgewertete Quellen stutzen kann. Anhand von Meinungsausserungen und Massnahmen Hitlers, Berichten des Sicherheitsdienstes der SS, Tagebuchaufzeichnungen Goebbels' und Berichten in der NS-Presse werden die Haltung von Fuhrung und Bevolkerung des Dritten Reiches zu seinem fernostlichen Verbundeten und insbesondere Hitlers Japanbild, von den Anfangen seines politischen Aufstiegs bis zur Zeit des Kriegsbundnisses und seinem Selbstmord 1945, untersucht. Diesem deutschen "Verstandnis" Japans wird die selbstbewusste und oft kritische japanische Sichtweise auf das Dritte Reich gegenubergestellt. Reprasentative erstmals ubersetzte Nachrufe auf Hitlers Tod und Kommentare zur deutschen Kapitulation 1945 spiegeln die japanische Perspektive auf den Untergang des Dritten Reiches wider und tragen dazu bei, eine Gesamtbilanz der deutsch-japanischen Kulturbegegnung 1933-1945 zu ziehen.

Japan Im Spiegel Des Nationalsozialismus

Author: Rudolf Richter
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3656052883
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Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2011 im Fachbereich Orientalistik / Sinologie - Japanologie, Note: 1,0, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum (Fakultat fur Ostasienwissenschaften), Veranstaltung: Die japanische Geschichte des 20. Jahrhunderts, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Das Jahr 2011 steht in Japan, sowie in Deutschland fur die mittlerweile 150 Jahre alten deutsch-japanischen Beziehungen. Am 24.1.1861 begann die geschichtstrachtig Beziehung mit dem Freundschafts-, Handels- und Schifffahrtsvertrag, der zwischen dem Konigreich Preussen und dem Tokugawa Sh gunat geschlossen wurde. Grossereignisse, wie der Erste Weltkrieg und die darauf folgende politisch instabile Phase der Zwischenkriegszeit, der Zweite Weltkrieg und die damit verbundene Niederlage der beiden Bundnispartner im Jahr 1945, sowie der Wirtschaftsboom der Nachkriegsjahre, umfassen 150 Jahre deutschjapanische Beziehungen. In dieser historischen Untersuchung liegt der Fokus auf der deutsch-japanischen Kulturbegegnung der Jahre 1933 bis 1945. Der kulturelle Austausch und dessen Verwendung fur die Propaganda des dritten Reichs steht hier im Vordergrund und soll naher erlautert werden. Innerhalb der Arbeit soll auf das bewusst glorifizierte Japanbild der Nationalsozialisten erklarend eingegangen werden. Durch Hinzuziehen von deutschen und japanischen Quellen und Publikationen der Zeitspanne von 1933 bis 1945 soll dieses NS-Bild Japans kritisch erforscht und hinterfragt werden. Hitlers Mein Kampf, sowie weitere Primarliteratur aus der NS-Zeit werden verwendet, da mit Hilfe dieser Publikationen das politische und propagandistische Japanbild der NSDAP skizziert werden kann. Durch Einbezug von Quellen und Veroffentlichungen aus der damaligen Japanforschung und dem daraus folgenden Kulturaustausch soll die zeitgenossische Kritik an dem oben beschriebenen Japanbild NS-Deutschlands in diese Arbeit einfliessen. Es wird Forschungsliteratur hinzugezogen, welche den aktuellen Forschungsstand der allgemeinen Geschichtsforschung, sowie der Jap"

Pan Asian Sports And The Emergence Of Modern Asia 1913 1974

Author: Stefan Huebner
Publisher: NUS Press
ISBN: 9814722030
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The history of regional sporting events in 20th- century Asia yields insights into Western and Asian perspectives on what defines modern Asia, and can be read as a staging of power relations in Asia and between Asia and the West. The Far Eastern Championship Games began in 1913, and were succeeded after the Pacific War by the Asian Games. Missionary groups and colonial administrations viewed sporting success not only as a triumph of physical strength and endurance but also of moral education and social reform. Sporting competitions were to shape a "new Asian man" and later a "new Asian woman" by promoting internationalism, egalitarianism and economic progress, all serving to direct a “rising” Asia toward modernity. Over time, exactly what constituted a “rising” Asia underwent remarkable changes, ranging from the YMCA’s promotion of muscular Christianity, democratization, and the social gospel in the US-colonized Philippines to Iranian visions of recreating the Great Persian Empire. Based on a vast range of archival materials and spanning 60 years and 3 continents, Pan-Asian Sports and the Emergence of Modern Asia shows how pan-Asian sporting events helped shape anti-colonial sentiments, Asian nationalisms, and pan-Asian aspirations in places as diverse as Japan and Iran, and across the span of countries lying between them.

Speeches And Proclamations 1932 1945

Author: Adolf Hitler
Publisher: Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers
ISBN: 9780865162310
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This four-volume work carries the collected statements of Adolf Hitler, available now for the first time in English. Through Hitler's own words, and the accompaning detailed commentary on their historical background, we receive a unique, and most comprehensive, day-to-day chronicle of the Third Reich.Max Domarus has published numerous works on Franconian and German history, in particular the Baroque age. In 1950, he began his first publications on contemporary history describing the Allies' strategic air raids on major German cities.When, in 1932, Hitler became the most important political figure in Germany, Dr. Domarus began to collect his public statements, speeches, proclamations, interviews, and letters, being conscious of their eventual documentary value. Friends at home and abroad persuaded him to make comments on this unique collection and publish it in its entirety.

The Alexandreis

Author: Walter Chatillon
Publisher: Broadview Press
ISBN: 1460402839
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Walter of Châtillon’s Latin epic on the life of Alexander the Great was a twelfth- and thirteenth-century “best-seller:” scribes produced over two hundred manuscripts. The poem follows Alexander from his first successes in Asia Minor, through his conquest of Persia and India, to his progressive moral degeneration and his poisoning by a disaffected lieutenant. The Alexandreis exemplifies twelfth-century discourses of world domination and the exoticism of the East. But at the same time it calls such dreams of mastery into question, repeatedly undercutting as it does Alexander’s claims to heroism and virtue and by extension, similar claims by the great men of Walter’s own generation. This extraordinarily layered and subtle poem stands as a high-water mark of the medieval tradition of Latin narrative literature. Along with David Townsend’s revised translation, this edition provides a rich selection of historical documents, including other writings by Walter of Châtillon, excerpts from other medieval Latin epics, and contemporary accounts of the foreign and “exotic.”

The Devils Alliance

Author: Roger Moorhouse
Publisher: Basic Books
ISBN: 0465054927
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antly, the pact laid the groundwork for Soviet control of Eastern Europe, a power grab that would define the post-war order. Drawing on memoirs, diaries, and official records from newly opened Soviet archives, The Devils' Alliance is the authoritative work on one of the seminal episodes of World War II. In his characteristically rich and detailed prose, Moorhouse paints a vivid picture of the pact's origins and its enduring influence as a crucial turning point, in both the war and in modern history.

Deadly Pretender

Author: Karen Kingsbury
Publisher: Dell Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780440215073
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An account of the crimes of David Miller describes how, posing as, variously, a CIA agent, an attorney, and a lobbyist, he conned people out of their money and their lives. Original.

Deadly Assets

Author: W.E.B. Griffin
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698164466
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The dramatic new novel in the Philadelphia police saga by #1 New York Times–bestselling author W. E. B. Griffin. In Philadelphia—suffering among the country’s highest murder rates—the tension between the Philadelphia Police Department and its Citizens Oversight Committee has long been reaching a boiling point. That turmoil turns from bad to worse shortly after the committee begins targeting police shootings—especially those of twenty-seven-year-old Homicide Sergeant Matt Payne, the “Wyatt Earp of the Main Line”—and then the committee’s combative leader is found shot dead point-blank on the front porch of his run-down Philly row house. As chanting protesters fill the streets, the city threatens to erupt. Payne, among many others accused of being complicit in the leader’s death, becomes quietly furious. He suspects there’s something deeper behind it all, but what? Ordered to stay out of the line of fire, he struggles ahead to do what he does best—his job. He’s been investigating the murder of a young family. A reporter, working on an illicit drug series for Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Mickey O’Hara, has been killed with his wife and child, a note stapled to his chest warning that the drug stories are to stop. Period. While Payne knows that he, like his pal O’Hara, cannot back down, he also knows that they damn sure could be among the next to die. . . .

Seeing Further

Author: Bill Bryson
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 006203622X
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“Bryson is as amusing as ever….As a celebration of 350 years of modern science, [Seeing Further] it is a worthy tribute.” —The Economist In Seeing Further, New York Times bestseller Bill Bryson takes readers on a guided tour through the great discoveries, feuds, and personalities of modern science. Already a major bestseller in the UK, Seeing Further tells the fascinating story of science and the Royal Society with Bill Bryson’s trademark wit and intelligence, and contributions from a host of well known scientists and science fiction writers, including Richard Dawkins, Neal Stephenson, James Gleick, and Margret Atwood. It is a delightful literary treat from the acclaimed author who previous explored the current state of scientific knowledge in his phenomenally popular book, A Short History of Nearly Everything.