Richard Wagner in Dritten Reich: Ein Schlof Elmanu-Symposium
M, James, Shofar
edited by Saul Friedländer and Jörn Rüsen. Beck'sche Reihe, 1356. Munich: C. H. Beck Verlag, 2000. 373 pp. DM 28.
That Richard Wagner, as ideologue and creative artist, occupied a special place in the context of Adolf Hitler's National Socialism is well known, or at least has been the subject of much discussion and debate, especially in recent years. The aim of this volume, which derives from an international symposium at Elmau Castle in Germany in July of 1999, is to provide a broad range of perspectives and well founded analysis to the relationship between Wagner's ideological and artistic legacy and the Nazi movement and its origins. Central to the nature of that relationship …
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Publication information: Article title: Richard Wagner in Dritten Reich: Ein Schlof Elmanu-Symposium. Contributors: M, James - Author. Journal title: Shofar. Volume: 20. Issue: 4 Publication date: Summer 2002. Page number: 126. © Not available. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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