The Nazi perpetrator : postwar German art and the politics of the right

"Who was responsible for the crimes of the Nazis? Party leaders and members? Rank-and-file soldiers and bureaucrats? Ordinary Germans? This question looms over German disputes about the past like few others. It also looms over the art and architecture of postwar Germany in ways that have been s...

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Main Author: Jaskot, Paul B. (Author)
Document Type: Book
Published: Minneapolis, Minn. [u.a.] : Univ. of Minnesota Press , 2012
Online Access:Book review (H-Net)
Related Items:Online-Ausg.: The Nazi perpetrator
Erscheint auch als: Nazi Perpetrator
Rezensiert in: [Rezension von: Jaskot, Paul B., The Nazi perpetrator. Postwar German art and the politics of the right]
Author Notes:Paul B. Jaskot
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: Political History and Postwar German Art
  • National Socialists and Art: Becoming the Perpetrator
  • Gerhard Richter and the Advent of the Nazi Past: The Persistence of the Perpetrator
  • Anselm Kiefer and the Ascendance of Helmut Kohl: The Changing Perception of the Perpetrator
  • Daniel Libeskind and the Neo-Nazi Specter: The Resurgence of the Perpetrator
  • The Nuremberg Party Rally Grounds and Local Politics: The Historicized Perpetrator
  • Afterword: The Nazi Past in Postwar Germany's Cultural History.