How Green Were the Nazis? Nature, Environment and Nation in the Third Reich



The Nazis created nature preserves, contemplated sustainable forestry, curbed air pollution, and designed the autobahn highway network as a way of bringing Germans closer to nature How Green Were the Nazis is the first book to examine the ideology and practice of environmental protection in Nazi Germany Environmentalists and conservationists in Germany welcomed the rise of the Nazi regime with open arms, for the most part, and hoped that it would bring about legal and institutional changes However, environmentalists soon realized that the rhetorical attention that they received from the regime did not always translate into action By the late 1930s, nature and the environment became less pressing concerns as Nazi Germany prepared and executed its extensive war Based on prodigious archival research, and written by some of the most important scholars in the field of twentieth century German history, How Green Were the Nazis illuminates the ideological overlap between Nazi ideas and conservationist agendas Moreover, this landmark book underscores that the green policies of the Nazis were than a mere episode or aberration in environmental history BLURB The environmental ideas, policies, and consequences of the Nazi regime pose controversial questions that have long begged for authoritative answers At last, a team of highly qualified scholars has tackled these questions, with dispassionate judgment and deep research Their assessment will stand for years to come as the fundamental work on the subject and provides a new angle of vision on 20th century Europe s most disruptive force John McNeill, author of Something New Under the Sun An Environmental History of the Twentieth Century World EDITORS Franz Josef Brueggemeier is a professor of history at the university of Freiburg, Germany He has published extensively in the field of environmental history in nineteenth and twentieth century Europe.Mark Cioc is a professor of history at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and editor of the journal Environmental History He is the author of The Rhine An Eco Biography, 1815 2000 Thomas Zeller is an assistant professor in the department of history at the University of Maryland, College Park He is the author of Stra e, Bahn, Panorama, translated as Driving Germany. New Download eBook How Green Were the Nazis? Nature, Environment and Nation in the Third Reich Author Franz-Josef Bruggemeier – e17streets4all.co.ukHow Green Were the Nazis? Nature, Environment and Nation in the Third Reich

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • How Green Were the Nazis? Nature, Environment and Nation in the Third Reich
  • Franz-Josef Bruggemeier
  • English
  • 15 January 2017
  • 0821416472

10 thoughts on “How Green Were the Nazis? Nature, Environment and Nation in the Third Reich

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  2. says:

    Now that Wal Mart and the Nazi s are a part of the green movement I want to stop recycling and have a lot of babies.

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