10 edition of Heinrich Brüning and the dissolution of the Weimar Republic found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 331-351) and index.
|Statement||William L. Patch, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||DD247.B7 P38 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 358 p. :|
|Number of Pages||358|
|LC Control Number||97043388|
Chancellor of Germany from to , during the Weimar Republic. He was the longest serving Chancellor of the Weimar Republic. Soon after Brüning took power, he was confronted by an economic crisis caused by the Great Depression. Brüning responded with a tightening of credit and a rollback of all wage and salary increases. Brüning remains a controversial figure in Germany's history, as historians debate whether he was the 'last bulwark of the Weimar Republic' or the 'Republic's undertaker', or both. Scholars are divided over how much room for manoeuvre he had during the depression and period of great political instability.
Expand/Collapse Synopsis This book represents a much-needed reappraisal of Germany between the wars, examining the political, social and economic aims of the new republic, their failure and how they led to Nazism and eventually the Second World War. Heinrich Brüning, född den 26 november i Münster, död den 30 mars i Norwich, Vermont, USA, var en tysk ekonom och politiker (Centrumpartiet). Han var rikskansler – Heinrich Brüning.
Chapter "The rise of the Nazi Party and Hitler in Germany and the collapse of the Weimar Republic" pp NESA Sample HSC question. Outline reasons for the collapse of the Weimar Republic. Heinrich Hoffmann. Chapter page 50 "The Weimar Years: a The book provides an insight into Hitler’s Weltanschauung - his world view - and. Weimar Republic, Administration. Foreign Policy. Domestic Policy. The Economy. Demography. Cultural History: Administration. President Paul von Hindenburg (non-party) ; Chancellor Heinrich Müller (SPD) , Heinrich Brüning (Zentrum) , Franz von Papen (non-party) , Kurt von Schleicher (non-party)
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Book Description. This is the first scholarly biography of Heinrich Bruning, chancellor of Germany from toand the last politican with a real chance to prevent the Nazi seizure of power.
This book analyzes Bruning's cabinet's economic and fiscal policies for coping with the Great Depression, the diplomatic campaign to redress Germany's Cited by: Professor of History at Washington and Lee University William Patch’s ,word book makes a convincing case for Brüning. Heinrich Brüning and the Dissolution of the Weimar Republic isn’t the usual biography, though there are details of Brüning’s early life, education, war service and career/5.
Heinrich Brüning and the Dissolution of the Weimar Republic. Scholars have long debated whether Heinrich Brüning, head of the German government from towas the “last democratic chancellor” of the Weimar Republic or the trail-blazer of the Nazi dictatorship.
His memoirs (published in ) damaged his reputa- tion badly by terming the restoration of. Heinrich Bruning and the Dissolution of the Weimar Republic by William L. Patch Jr Jr () Hardcover – January 1, by William L.
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by William L. Patch Jr Jr (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings See all formats and editionsReviews: 2. Scholars have long debated whether Heinrich Brüning, head of the German government from towas the 'last democratic chancellor'of the Weimar Republic or the trailblazer of the Nazi.
Heinrich Brüning and the dissolution of the Weimar Republic. Cambridge, UK ; New York, NY, USA: Cambridge University Press, This biography of Brüning offers a systematic analysis of the economic, foreign, and military policies of his cabinet as it sought to cope with the Great Depression in Germany.
Print book: English: 1. publView all editions and formats Summary: This first scholarly biography of Chancellor Bruning analyses his economic and fiscal policies, the diplomatic campaign to redress Germany's grievances against the Treaty of Versailles, and his strategy for creating a broad anti-fascist political coalition.
Heinrich Bruning and the Dissolution of the Weimar Republic, by William L. Patch, Jr. New York, Cambridge University Press, ix, pp. $ One of the last Reich Chancellors of the Weimar Republic before Hitler came to power, Dr Heinrich Brüning was enabled to flee to Britain in (having been provided with a laissez-passer by Deputy Führer Rudolf Hess).From there he made his way to the USA and took up a teaching position at Harvard University.
Scholars have long debated whether Heinrich Brning, head of the German government from towas the 'last democratic chancellor'of the Weimar Republic or the trailblazer of the Nazi dictatorship.
His memoirs (published in ) damaged his reputation badly by terming the restoration of monarchy the 'crux' of his policies. Heinrich Bruning and the Dissolution of the Weimar Republic by William L.
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Patch Excerpt More. Collapse of the Weimar Republic - bruning's chancellorship to schleicher 1. Bruning’s Chancellorship to Schleicher 2. Between to Januaryfour men held the position of German Chancellor: Hermann Muller June – March Heinrich Bruning March – May Franz von Papen June – November Kurt von Schleicher.
McElligott’s textured analysis of Weimar culture as a test case in the crisis of republican authority is one of the most intriguing sections of the book. No less intriguing is the penultimate chapter on the crisis of constitutional authority in the last years of the Weimar Republic.
Heinrich Aloysius Maria Elisabeth Brüning (26 November in Münster – 30 March in Norwich, Vermont) was a German politician during the Weimar n and he was the Chancellor of Germany. Brüning opposed Nazism and stayed during the Nazi period in the United States, where he taught political science, after the war also in Germany.
Weimar Republic - Weimar Republic - The Ruhr and inflation: During these immediate postwar years the value of the mark steadily deteriorated. This was due to a number of factors, among them reparation payments, the flight of German capital abroad, obstacles to the revival of German foreign trade, and a consequent adverse balance of payments.
In the German academic world was startled by the publication of a massive study called Die Auflösung der Weimarer Republik (The Dissolution of the Weimar Republic), which constituted the.Essential reading for anyone interested in modern German history, this book sheds new light on the Weimar Republic's struggle for survival and the reasons for its failure.