Item Details

Enemies to Allies: Cold War Germany and American Memory

Brian C. Etheridge
Format
Book
Published
Lexington, Kentucky : The University Press of Kentucky, [2016]
Language
English
Series
Studies in Conflict, Diplomacy, and Peace
ISBN
9780813166407, 0813166403, 9780813166414, 9780813166421
Contents
  • Introduction: answering the German question
  • "Tomorrow the world" : images of Germany before the Cold War
  • "Germany belongs in the western world" : Germany and consensus politics in America, 1945-1959
  • "Your post on the frontier" : Germany in an age of consensus, 1945-1959
  • "The anti-German wave" : maintaining and challenging consensus in an age of chaos, 1959-1969
  • "We refuse to be 'good Germans'" : Germany in a divided decade, 1959-1969
  • "The hero is us" : representations of Germany since the 1960s
  • Conclusion : the significance of the German question in the twenty-first century.
Description
370 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 321-348) and index.
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