Pan-Germanism 1871-1914 Research Paper by cee-cee

Pan-Germanism 1871-1914
An in-depth look at the development of beliefs in Austria which influenced Hitler and presaged the rise of Nazism in Germany.
# 109416 | 5,219 words | 16 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Nov 30, 2008 in History (European - World Wars) , Holocaust Studies (General)


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The paper explores the movements of Pan-Germanism, the Linzer Programm, the Deutsche Verband and the beliefs of nationalists and the fringe philosophers of post-Empire Vienna. The paper then discusses their influence on Adolf Hitler and the subsequent founding of the Nazi Party. The paper therefore shows how the philosophical, cultural and historical underpinnings of the Austrian Pan-Germanist movement are important precedents to the subsequent rise of Nazism, the Anschluss and the Holocaust.

Outline:
Introduction
Historical Underpinnings in Austria
Rise of Nationalistic and Linguistic Minorities
Liberalism's Flower and the Conservative Backlash
Conservative Ascendancy in Austria
The Linzer Programm
Sources of Anti-Semitism
Influence on Adolf Hitler and the Founding of the Nazi Party
Conclusion

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Burant, S. R. Hungary: A Country Study. Washington: Library of Congress, 1989.
  • Campbell, D. P. THE SHADOW OF THE HABSBURGS: MEMORY AND NATIONAL IDENTITY IN AUSTRIAN POLITICS AND EDUCATION 1918-1955. PhD Thesis, College Park: University of Maryland, 2006.
  • Grandner, M. Conservative Social Politics in Austria, 1880-1890. Working Papaer 94-2, Vienna: University of Vienna, 1994.
  • Habe, H. Our Love Affair with Germany. New York: Putnam, 1953.
  • Hamann, B. Hitlers Wien. Lehrjahre eines Diktators. Munich: Piper, 2001.

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