A translation of the eollaborative volume, deutsche geschichte im uberblick, editedby peterrassow stuttgart, 1958, wouldstill bewelcome. Historical essays, new york 1970, sowie hajo holborn, history and the humanities, new york 1972. Buy germanys aims in the first world war by fritz fischer, hajo holborn from waterstones today. See his deutsche geschichte im 19 jahrhundert, 5 vols. Historical essays in honor of hajo holborn leonard krieger, fritz stern eds. German emigre scholars including hajo holborn, felix gilbert, and social theorists. Bachelorarbeit, masterarbeit, hausarbeit oder dissertation. This thesis has been ably proven by herbert marcuse, reason and revolution 2d ed. A scholar of german and european history, hajo holborn fled nazi germany with his family in 1933, first arriving in the united kingdom, then emigrating to america. John lothrop motley, the rise of the dutch republic ueber. The splendid fourvolume oxford encyclopedia of the reformation, ed. German historians did not agree on its precise nature, on. Holborn himself critically raised the question of philosophy and social history soon after the war.
Hajo holborn was sterling professor of history at yale university. Hajo holborn as a teacher of power and responsibility, s. The treaty of labiau was a treaty signed between frederick william i, elector of brandenburg and charles x gustav of sweden on 10 november 20 november 1656 in labiau now polessk. Perspective, tel aviver jahrbuch fur deutsche geschichte 27 1998. Hajo holborn contradicted the old master in his quiet and considerate way. Hajo holborn s history of modern germany volume 3 issue 12 hans kohn. Bartholomews day massacre, and finally the importance of the event and political developments for toleration. Dietrich gerhard, hajo holborn, felix gilbert, hans rosenberg dokumentiert. The paperback of the a history of modern germany, volume 3.
Le programme en 25 points du parti ouvrier allemand nationalsocialiste en allemand. The papers of hajo holborn came to manuscripts and archives from the history department of. One might well agree with hajo holborns suggestion that hitler, the supreme propagandist of his nazi party nsdap and of the third reich. Pdf germany and the holy roman empire offers a new interpretation of the. The french revolution and the modernization of germany. A complete list of the papers and selected pdf files are also. The letters published here to meinecke from hans rothfels, dietrich gerhard, hajo holborn, felix gilbert, hans rosenberg, and others show these scholars deep respect for their old teacher, but also their growing distance from his historical interests and methods.
Conference group for central european history of the. He taught at yale and tufts before becoming sterling professor of history at yale. Oppositionelle burschenschafter aus dem lande braunschweig in. This concluding volume of a threevolume reassessment of the last five centuries of german history develops the theme of power into what gordon a. Imperialism, particularism and toleration in the holy. He is notable for his joint victory with swedish forces at the battle of warsaw, which, according to hajo holborn, marked the beginning of prussian military history, but the swedes turned on him at the behest of king louis xiv and invaded. Everyday antisemitism in prewar nazi germany yad vashem.
After establishing at heidelberg in 1926 as lecturer in medieval and modern history, he became privatdozent there until he was called back to. Taylors the course of german history2 is a wild mixture of insight and perversity, immensely stimulating but marred by an extreme ger. And dont forget will durants volume the reformation in the durants ever useful the story of civilization. Germanys aims in the first world war by fritz fischer. Lander mittelalter, fruhe neuzeit arbeiten publizieren. Hajo holborn, felix gilbert, dietrich gerhard, hans rosenberg. Bismarcks foreign policy and german historiography, 1919. It deals with the period of nationalism and imperialism, from the abortive. Refugee historians from nazi germany united states holocaust. Frederick william was a military commander of wide renown, and his standing army would later become the model for the prussian army.
Hillerbrand, oxford up 1996, is still in print and an indispensable reference. The phenomenology of freedom in the german philosophical. Conference group for central european history of the american. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books youve read. A translation of the eollaborative volume,deutsche geschichte im uberblick, editedby peterrassow stuttgart, 1958, wouldstill bewelcome. Hajo holborns history of modern germany central european. Studien zur geschichte des deutschen judentums, heidelberg, 1963 hereafterkampmann. Hajo holborn 18 may 1902, berlin 20 june 1969, bonn was a german american historian and specialist in modern german history. Imperialism, particularism and toleration in the holy roman. In considering the blood wedding in paris and its significance for the holy roman empire, we shall treat first the political and religious situation in the empire between the peace of augsburg and the outbreak of the thirty years war, next the impact of the st. With several concessions, the most important being the elevation of frederick william i from a swedish vassal to a full sovereign in the duchy of prussia and in ermland ermeland, warmia, charles x.957 1367 1263 1345 191 641 1067 570 369 751 397 501 1284 1135 788 70 1197 841 863 934 225 852 1249 608 1093 79 577 27 1336 43 1550 481 813 451 1324 255 116 708 188 189 30 1113 406 276 754