Politics and Culture in Wilhelmine Germany: The Case of Industrial Architecture

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Acknowledgements

This book would not have been possible without the support of a large number of institutions and individuals. Financial assistance was provided by the British Academy, the DAAD and a 'Hanseatic Scholarship' from Hamburg's Stiftung FVS. I am grateful to the numerous archivists and librarians in Great Britain and Germany who helped in the gathering of source material, and to the academic staff of the Universities of Sussex, Oxford, Hamburg and Cologne, who were responsible for fostering and developing my interest in German history. Particular thanks are due to John Röhl, Hermann Hipp, Roland Günter, Michael John, Anthony Nicholls, James Joll and Joan Campbell. Above all I must thank Hartmut Pogge von Strandmann, for a steady stream of perceptive comments and valuable suggestions.

All photographs in this book are by the author unless otherwise stated. They were prepared for publication by the staff of the Photographic Department of Manchester University and published with financial assistance from the University's research support fund. The final manuscript was typed by Liz Brock, whose efforts deserve a special thank you, and copy-edited by Julie Ward. Some of the material included in Chapter Two first appeared in History and parts of Chapter Seven were first published in the Journal of Design History; I would like to express my gratitude to the editors and publishers concerned. Last but not least, I am indebted to my parents, who have been a source of patience, support and understanding for as long as I can remember. This book is dedicated to them.

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