Nationalsozialismus und Regionalbewusstsein im östlichen Europa
[National Socialism and Regional Awareness in Eastern Europe: Ideology, Power Struggle, and Inertia]
Ed. by Olschowsky, Burkhard / Loose, Ingo
- Country studies offer new insights on National Socialism’s expansionist policies and its ideological “exploitation” of German minorities
Aims and Scope
The essays in this volume examine the relationship of National Socialist territorial and population policy to regional identities in the countries of Eastern Europe. A focus is placed on the role of “Auslandsdeutschen” (ethnic Germans in foreign countries), including their relationships to their nations of residence and to the Third Reich given their cultural ties and the exigencies of the Second World War.
- 460 pages
- 60 Fig.
- DE GRUYTER OLDENBOURG
- Type of Publication:
- Minorities; Third Reich; ethnic Germans in foreign countries