||Making sense of history ; volume 22
Making sense of history v. 22. ^A523264
||Introduction: The German youth movement and the problem of history -- 1. Wandervogel, Freideutsche Jugend and the Spirit of 1813 -- 2. The experience of the past -- 3. The post-war crisis of experience and the religious turn -- 4. Immanent eschatology and medieval forms -- 5. In search of the spiritual motherland.
||"The Weimar era in Germany is often characterized as a time of significant change. Such periods of rupture transform the way people envision the past, present, and future. This book traces the conceptions of time and history in the Germany of the early 20th century. By focusing on both the discourse and practices of the youth movement, the author shows how it reinterpreted and revived the past to overthrow the premises of modern historical thought. In so doing, this book provides insight into the social implications of the ideological de-historicization of the past."-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|ISBN||9781782387688 (hardback ; alk. paper)|
|ISBN||1782387684 (hardback ; alk. paper)|