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The Resource The Eulenburg Affair : a cultural history of politics in the German empire, Norman Domeier ; translated by Deborah Lucas Schneider

The Eulenburg Affair : a cultural history of politics in the German empire, Norman Domeier ; translated by Deborah Lucas Schneider

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The Eulenburg Affair : a cultural history of politics in the German empire
Title
The Eulenburg Affair
Title remainder
a cultural history of politics in the German empire
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Norman Domeier ; translated by Deborah Lucas Schneider
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  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
Summary
When it broke out in 1906, the scandal surrounding Prince Philipp Eulenburg, closest confidant of Emperor Wilhelm II, shook the Hohenzollern monarchy and all of Europe to the core. Sparked by accusations by the journalist and publicist Maximilian Harden, the scandal dominated European headlines until 1909; it was the first modern scandal in which homosexuality was openly discussed. Particularly shocking was Harden's claim that Wilhelm had long been under the influence of a homosexual camarilla led by Eulenburg. Allegedly, this clique had brought about Bismarck's dismissal, cut off the emperor from his people, and, with its undue pacifism, maneuvered Germany not only into isolation, but to the brink of war during the Morocco Crisis of 1905/6. The scandal came to be a forum for the German public to debate diverse political, social, and cultural issues: honor, friendship, marriage, privacy, sexual mores, anti-Semitism, spiritualism, class struggle, submission to authority, and enthusiasm for the military. Norman Domeier's book, now in English translation, is the first scholarly monograph on the scandal. It draws on a wealth of primary material, including ca. 5,000 newspaper articles as well as minutes of court trials, private correspondence, government files, pamphlets, diaries, memoirs, and images. Domeier's historical analysis offers fascinating insights into the cultural history of German politics in the fateful years of transition from the Belle Époque to the 'Iron Age' of the world wars. Norman Domeier is Assistant Professor at the University of Stuttgart's Historical Institute
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Domeier, Norman
Dewey number
943.08/4
Index
index present
LC call number
DD228.2
LC item number
.D7313 2015
Literary form
non fiction
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dictionaries
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Schneider, Deborah Lucas
Series statement
German history in context
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  • William
  • Eulenburg, Franz
  • Scandals
  • Government and the press
  • Germany
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The Eulenburg Affair : a cultural history of politics in the German empire, Norman Domeier ; translated by Deborah Lucas Schneider
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Contents
Introduction: the eyes of the world on a German scandal -- The political scandal and intellectuals' power to shape perceptions -- Fluid boundaries: politics, the courts, and the press in a scandal -- The politicization of marriage, friendship, and sexuality -- The ruling elite of Wilhelmine Germany and its crisis of legitimation -- Suspicions of pervasive homosexuality in Germany's diplomatic corps and military forces -- Conclusion: the long end of the German scandal
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CR9781782044581
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1 online resource (x, 428 pages)
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online
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9781782044581
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(ebook)
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computer
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rdamedia
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digital, PDF file(s).
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The Eulenburg Affair : a cultural history of politics in the German empire, Norman Domeier ; translated by Deborah Lucas Schneider
Publication
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
Introduction: the eyes of the world on a German scandal -- The political scandal and intellectuals' power to shape perceptions -- Fluid boundaries: politics, the courts, and the press in a scandal -- The politicization of marriage, friendship, and sexuality -- The ruling elite of Wilhelmine Germany and its crisis of legitimation -- Suspicions of pervasive homosexuality in Germany's diplomatic corps and military forces -- Conclusion: the long end of the German scandal
Control code
CR9781782044581
Extent
1 online resource (x, 428 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781782044581
Isbn Type
(ebook)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
digital, PDF file(s).
Specific material designation
remote

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