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2010 | 108 | 2 | 258-277
Article title

Sebereflexe a sebestylizace konzervativního německého vzdělance druhé poloviny 20. století. Nad knihou Joachima Festa „Já ne! Bolestné zrání v době nacismu“

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THE SELF-REFLECTIONS AND SELF-STYLIZATION OF A CONSERVATIVE GERMAN INTELLECTUAL FROM THE SECOND HALF OF THE 20TH CENTURY. ON JOACHIM FEST'S BOOK 'Ich nicht! Erinnerungen an eine Kindheit und Jugend'
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CS
Abstracts
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This study is devoted to the German conservative intellectual Joachim Fest, an influential journalist and cultural publicist of the post-war period. Above all, he was best known internationally as the exceptionally successful author of popular books and films on Nazism and its protagonists, Adolf Hitler and Albert Speer. A Czech edition of his Memoirs, highly stylized and specifically manipulative of the past, provides the impetus for this critical contemplation of his life and work. The Memoirs are then analysed in the second part of this review, with an emphasis on making the retro-active self-stylization of the German nationalist and conservative elites clear to understand.
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108
Issue
2
Pages
258-277
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ARTICLE
Contributors
  • Jiri Pesek, Institut mezinarodnich studii, Fakulta socialnich ved UK v Praze, U Krize 8, 150 00 Praha 5 - Jinonice, Czech Republic
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10CZAAAA084511
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