The Political Role of the Military: An International Handbook

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2.
See, e.g., Volker R. Berghahn, Militarism: The History of an International Debate 1861-1979 ( New York: St. Martin's Press, 1982); Wilfried von Bredow, Moderner Militarismus: Analyse und Kritik ( Stuttgart:Kohlhammer, 1983).
3.
Gerhard Ritter concept of militarism is the fundament of his famous book in four volumes: Staatskunst und Krieghandwerk ( Munich: Oldenbourg, 1954- 1959).
4.
Morris Janowitz: The Last Half-Century: Societal Change and Politics in America ( Chicago, Ill. University of Chicago Press, 1978), p. 183.
5.
It would be an endless task to list all these books and articles here. One bibliographical hint may be helpful for those interested in the transatlantic aspect of West Germany's rearmament: Robert McGeehan, The German Rearmament Question: American Diplomacy and European Defense after World War II (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1971).
6.
Bernhard Fleckenstein, "Federal Republic of Germany", in Charles C. Moskos and Frank R. Wood, eds., The Military: More Than Just A Job? ( Washington, D.C.: Pergamon-Brassey's, 1988), p. 188.
7.
It seems paradoxical, but is a kind of symbolic hint of the "conversion" of German society to a decidedly civil mind that the right to conscientious objection was put into the constitution in 1949, when no German armed forces existed.
8.
See Juergen Kuhlmann, "National Service Options in Germany". Paper presented at the International Conference National Service: A Global Perspective, Racine, Wisconsin, June 1992.
9.
The author of this definition is the former Inspector General, Ulrich de Maizière.
10.
Wolf Graf von Baudissin: Soldat fuer den Frieden: Entwuerfe fuer eine zeitgemaesse Bundeswehr (Soldiers for peace: Designing German armed forces for our times) ( Munich: Piper, 1969), p. 206.
11.
A collection of articles of Bonin is Heinz Brill, ed., Bogislaw von Bonin im Spannungsfeld zwischen Wiederbewaffnung-Westintegration-Wiedervereinigung, vol. 2 ( Bogislaw von Bonin and the conflicting goals of reunification, integration into the West, and rearmament) (Baden-Baden: Nomos, 1989).
12.
See Wilfried von Bredow and Rudolf H. Brocke Krise und Protest: Urspruenge und Elemente der Friedensbewegungen in Westeuropa (Crisis and protest: Origins and elements of West European peace movements) (Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1987).
13.
A recent example is Wolfram Wette, "Kein Kind der Demokratie", Die Zeit, 19 February 1993.

REFERENCES

Bredow Wilfried von. Moderner Militarismus: Analyse und Kritik. Stuttgart: Kohlhamruer, 1983.

Bredow Wilfried von, and Rudolf H. Brocke. Krise und Protest: Urspruenge und Element der Friedensbewegungen in Westeuropa. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1987.

Fleckenstein Bernhard. "Federal Republic of Germany". In Charles C. Moskos and Frank R. Wood, The Military: More Than Just a Job? Washington: Pergamon- Brassey's, 1988.

Ritter Gerhard. Staatskunst und Krieghandwerk, 4 vols. Munich: Oldenbourg, 1954- 1959.

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