Policing Western Europe: Politics, Professionalism, and Public Order, 1850-1940

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longer period and, for the most part, independently of the party- political concerns which tend to preoccupy historians. Above all, we need to remember that modern professional policing is not necessarily wedded to political democracy, and that professionalism in policing, as elsewhere, can prove a double-edged sword.


Notes
1.
On the organisation and shape of the exhibition, see: the pamphlet, "Grosse Polizeiausstellung 1926" (n.d.) (copy in the library of the Polizei-Führungsakademie, Münster-Hiltrup); Dr. Abegg, "Aufbau und Gliederung der Großen Polizeiausstellung Berlin 1926," in: Die Polizei, vol. xxiii, no. 1 ( 5 Jan. 1926): 14; Dr. Abegg, "Aufbau und Gliederung der Großen Polizeiausstellung Berlin 1926" (Fortsetzung), in: Die Polizei, vol. xxiii, no. 4 ( 20 Feb. 1926): 83-6; W. Abegg, Aufbau und Gliederung der Großen Polizeiausstellung Berlin 1926 ( Berlin, 1926); Alexander Daranyi and Oskar Daranyi , eds., Große Polizei-Ausstellung Berlin in Wort und Bild. Internationaler Polizeikongreß ( Vienna, 1927). Specifically on the conference, see: Der Internationale Polizei-Kongreß, Berlin 1926. ( 27 September bis 3 Oktober 1926); Stenographisches Protokoll der Verhandlungen ( Vienna, 1926). See also: Hsi-Huey Liang, The Berlin Police Force in the Weimar Republic ( Berkeley, Los Angeles and London, 1970): 79.
2.
Verwaltungsdirektor Hille, "Polizei-Ausstellungen," in Deutsches Polizei-Archiv, vol. v, no. 22 ( 25 Nov. 1926): 383.
3.
For the preparations made in Upper Silesia, see: Archiwum Panstwowe w Wroclawiu (APW), Rejencja Opolska (RO) I, Nr. 1280.
4.
For details of Abegg's career, see: Peter Leßmann, Die preußische Schutzpolizei in der Weimarer Republik. Streifendienst und Straflenkampf ( Diisseldorf, 1989): 90-If.
5.
Dr. Ministerialdirektor Abegg. "Die Große Polizeiausstellung Berlin 1926," in: Die Polizei, vol. xxii, no. 15 ( 5 Nov. 1925): 415.
6.
Karl (sic) Severing, "Die Große Polizeiausstellung Berlin 1926. Ein Geleitwort," in: Die Polizei, vol. 23, no. 18 ( 20 Sept. 1926): 451-2. Severing had postponed his resignation as Prussian Interior Minister by several weeks in 1926 so that he might attend the opening

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