Cinema in Democratizing Germany: Reconstructing of National Identity After Hitler

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Univ of North Carolina Press, 1995 - 364 pages
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Heide Fehrenbach analyzes the important role cinema played in the reconstruction of German cultural and political identity between 1945 and 1962. Concentrating on the former West Germany, she explores the complex political uses of film--and the meanings a
 

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CINEMA AND GERMAN SOCIETY BEFORE 1945
12
FROM MILITARY SURVEILLANCE TO SELFSUPERVISION AMERICAN OCCUPATION AND THE POLITICS OF FILM 19451949
51
DIE SŰNDERIN OR WHO KILLED THE GERMAN MAN? EARLY POSTWAR CINEMA AND THE BETRAYAL OF FATHERLAND
92
THE FIGHT FOR THE CHRISTIAN WEST FILM CONTROL AND THE RECONSTRUCTION OF CIVIL SOCIETY
118
POPULAR CINEMA SPECTATORSHIP AND IDENTITY IN THE EARLY 1950s
148
FROM FECKLESS MASSES TO ENGAGED CRITICS GERMAN FILM CLUBS AND THE QUEST FOR CULTURAL RENEWAL
169
LOCAL CHALLENGES TO THE DOMINANT CULTURE MANNHEIM OBERHAUSEN AND THE STIRRINGS OF YOUNG GERMAN CINEMA
211
MASS CULTURE AND COLD WAR POLITICS THE BERLIN FILM FESTIVAL OF THE 1950s
234
CONCLUSION
254
APPENDIXES
261
NOTES
265
BIBLIOGRAPHY
329
INDEX
351
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Heide Fehrenbach is assistant professor of history at Colgate University.

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