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by Martin Broszat
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Publisher: Oldenbourg; 2. Aufl edition (1987)
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Martin Broszat (14 August 1926 – 14 October 1989) was a German historian specializing in modern German social history. As director of the Institut für Zeitgeschichte (Institute for Contemporary History) in Munich from 1972 until his death, he became. As director of the Institut für Zeitgeschichte (Institute for Contemporary History) in Munich from 1972 until his death, he became known as one of the world's most eminent scholars of Nazi Germany. Broszat joined the Institut für Zeitgeschichte in 1955 after obtaining his PhD from the University of Cologne
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After talking about the activities of mutual friends, he completed his report by writing, For the rest, the German professors are continually in each others’ hair. Keller noted this without any surprise, as if it were a law of nature that German scholars should be contentious, and he has found more than enough corroboration in the 130 years that have passed since his letter.
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Graml, . e. Nach Hitler: Der schwierige Umgang mit unserer Geschichte: Beiträge von Martin Broszat (Munich, 1987). 64. Bethmann also had a streak of secretiveness ( I don't want to put my cards on the table! ) which reinforced ambiguity. Wolff,, Tagebücher, 1: 384. 65. For the latest round see Wehler's concessions in Wie bürgerlich war das deutsche Kaiserreich? in Kocka, . Bürger und Bürgerüchkeit im 19. Jahrhundert (Göttingen, 1987), and Eley's, G. Introduction to From Unification to Nazism: Reinterpreting the German Past (Boston, 1986). 66. Tagebücher, 1: 301;.
Martin Broszat, Nach Hitler: Der schwierige Umgang mit unsere Geschichte (Munich: Oldenbourg, 1987) .
Martin Broszat, Nach Hitler: Der schwierige Umgang mit unsere Geschichte (Munich: Oldenbourg, 1987), p. 271. Gershom Scholem, Wissenschaft des Judentums Then and Now (Hebrew) in: Selections in the Heritage of German Jewry, Collection of Essays, Avraham Tarshish, e. (Jerusalem: Leo Baeck Institute, 1975). Since its appearance Daniel Jonah Goldhagen’s book, Hitler’s Willing Executioners: Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust1 has reached a vast public in the United States and in other countries. It has prompted a public tempest and set off a tumultuous polemic among experts.
The life of the German historian Martin Broszat (1929-1989) cannot said to have been free of paradoxical touches. collected in 1986 in: Nach Hitler. Der schwierige Umgang mit unsere Geschichte (Munich, 1986, and – revised – Munich, 1987). Although much of his oeuvre was intended to counter the ‘monumentalization’ of German history, his very work helped to erect a monument in the German historiographic landscape. And although he simultaneously opposed the ‘pedagogization’ of the German past, he nevertheless – albeit unintentionally – remained an educator.
Der schwierige Umgang mit unserer Geschichte. Beiträge von Martin Broszat (Munich, 1986). 4 This German phenomenon has been a matter of much historical debate in the 1980s. For a summary see Peter, Dudek, ‘Vergangenheitsbewältigung. NS-Täter in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (Reinbek, 1984); Peter, Hüttenberger, ‘Entnazifizierung im öffentlichen Dienst Nordrhein Westfalens’, Schwegmann, Friedrich G. (e., Die Wiederherstellung des Berufsbeamtentums nach 7945 (Düsseldorf, 1986), pp. 47–74; David, Philipps, German universities after surrender.
Broszat, Martin (1988): Nach Hitler. Der schwierige Umgang mit unserer Geschichte. Jarausch, Konrad H. (2006): After Hitler: Recivilizing Germans 1945–1995. München: Deutscher Taschenbuchverlag. Brunssen, Frank (2005): Das neue Selbstverständnis der Berliner Republik. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Langenbacher, Eric (2003): Changing Memory Regimes in Contemporary Germany. In: German Politics and Society, 21(2), 46–68.