The seduction of culture in German history Wolf Lepenies.
During the Allied bombing of Germany, Hitler was more distressed by the loss of cultural treasures than by the leveling of homes. Remarkably, his propagandists broadcast this fact, convinced that it would reveal not his callousness but his sensitivity: the destruction had failed to crush his artist&...
|Main Author:||Lepenies, Wolf.|
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