Changing Places Society, Culture, and Territory in the Saxon-Bohemian Borderlands, 1870-1946 / Caitlin E. Murdock.
Ann Arbor :
University of Michigan Press,
|Series:||Social history, popular culture, and politics in Germany.
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Table of Contents:
- Birth of a borderland
- A region on the move : labor migration and the rethinking of space, 1870-1914
- "Every reason to be on their guard!" : German nationalism across the frontier, 1880-1914
- What's in a state? : citizens, sovereignty, and territory in the Great War, 1914-19
- The ties that bind : economic mobility, economic crisis, and geographies of instability, 1919-29
- Connecting people to places : foreigners and citizens in frontier society, 1919-32
- Borderlands in crisis, 1929-33
- "No border is eternal" : the road to dissolution, 1933-38
- Epilogue: Occupation, expulsion, and resurrection.