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Don't mention the war : the British and the Germans since 1890
Don't mention the war : the British and the Germans since 1890
Ramsden, John, 1947-2006
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Imprint:
London : Little, Brown, 2006.
Collation:
xiv, 433 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references ( p. [418]-422) and index.
Contents:
1 'An amiable, unselfish, kindly people' : Anglo-German perceptions before 1900 -- 2 'When will Germany strike? : who knows?' : 1890-1914 -- 3 'When the English learned to hate' : 1914-18 -- 4 'The Germans are unchanged' : good Germans and Nazis in the age of Adolf Hitler -- 5 'Don't let's be beastly to the Germans' : war and post-war the second time around -- 6 'Putting poor Germany on its feet again' : re-educating the Germans and the British after 1945 -- 7 'I tries 'ard, Brian, but I 'ates 'em' : normalising relations in the 1950s and 1960s -- 8 'Hardy comes through' : Germans in British war films -- 9 'Bert Trautmann's helmet' : English soccer and the German problem -- 10 'People to people, there is a problem'
ISBN:
0316861227 (hbk)9780316861229 (hbk)
Dewey class:
327.41043327.41043
Language:
English
LocationCollectionCall numberStatus/Desc
Brighton LibrarySociety and Beliefs327.41043 RAMAvailable
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