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Confrontation and Cooperation : Germany - Hans-Jurgen (ed) Schroder

Confrontation and Cooperation

Germany

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Published: 1st April 1993
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This volume represents a comprehensive analysis, by the best known experts in the field on both sides of the Atlantic, of how and why Germany and the United States found themselves at war against each other in 1917 and how the end of their confrontation in 1918/19 paved the way for an era of renewed cooperation. Perspectives offered go well beyond the diplomatic and military aspects of the German-American relationship and include cultural and economic questions. Germany and the United States of America: The Krefeld Historical Symposia

Preface
Introduction: The Past is Prologue: On the Significance of Twentieth-Century American-German Relationsp. 1
The Globalization of the European System of Powers
From Anglophobia to Fragile Rapprochement: Anglo-American Relations in the Early Twentieth Centuryp. 13
The United States and Germany in the World Arena, 1900-1917p. 33
Continentalism and Mitteleuropa as Points of Departure for a Comparison of American and German Foreign Relations in the Early Twentieth Centuryp. 69
The Advantages of Cooperation: German-American Friendship as a Fundamental Principle of German Weltpolitik and Theodore Roosevelt's Big Stick Diplomacyp. 87
Discussionp. 93
Cultural Relations in Decline
Inventing the Enemy: German-American Cultural Relations, 1900-1917p. 99
The Kultur Clubp. 127
Promoting Kaiser and Reich: Imperial German Propaganda in the United States during World War Ip. 135
German Imperial Propaganda and the American Homefront in World War I: A Response to Reinhard R. Doerriesp. 167
The War on German Language and Culture, 1917-1925p. 177
Discussionp. 207
Economic and Social Change
American Political Culture in a Time of Crisis: Mobilization in World War Ip. 213
War Economy and Controlled Economy: The Discrediting of "Socialism" in Germany during the First World Warp. 229
"Zwangswirtschaft" and "Socialism": Critical Remarks on Gerald D. Feldman's Contributionp. 253
Discussionp. 257
Imperialism and Revolution
The United States, the German Peril, and a Revolutionary World: The Inconsistencies of World Order and National Self-Determinationp. 263
The German Challenge to the Monroe Doctrine in Mexico, 1917p. 281
German Economic War Aims Reconsidered: The American Perspectivep. 315
German Disappointment and Anti-Western Resentment, 1918-19p. 323
Imperialism and Revolution: Wilsonian Dilemmasp. 337
Discussionp. 349
Isolation or Reconstruction?
German and American Concepts to Restore a Liberal World Trading System after World War Ip. 353
Origins of American Stabilization Policy in Europe: The Financial Dimension, 1918-1924p. 377
Trade, Debts, and Reparations: Economic Concepts and Political Constraintsp. 409
The Limits of American Stabilization Policy in Europep. 415
Discussionp. 419
1917 Reconsideredp. 423
Notes on Contributorsp. 437
Select Bibliographyp. 439
Indexp. 455
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ISBN: 9780854967896
ISBN-10: 0854967893
Series: Krefeld Historical Symposia : Book 2
Audience: BAC
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 472
Published: 1st April 1993
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 13.8  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 0.68
Edition Number: 1