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German Historical Institute London Bulletin
Vol 34 (2012), No. 1

 

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CONTENTS

Special Theme

Objects and Emotions: Loss and Acquisition of Jewish Property (Andreas Gestrich and Daniel Wildmann) 4

Articles

Emblems and Heirlooms. Restitution, Reparation, and the Subjective Value of Chattels: A Legal Perspective (Norman Palmer) 8
Diasporic Home or Homelessness: The Museum and the Circle of Lost and Found (Hanno Loewy) 41
Family Files: Emotions and Stories of (Non-)Restitution (Atina Grossmann) 59

Review Article

Objects and Emotions Exhibited: Two Catalogues on Raub und Restitution (Chloe Paver) 79

Book Reviews

Frank Rexroth (ed.), Beiträge zur Kulturgeschichte der Gelehrten im späten Mittelalter (Hannah Skoda) 88
Thomas Brockmann, Dynastie, Kaiseramt und Konfession: Politik und Ordnungsvorstellungen Ferdinands II. im Dreißigjährigen Krieg (Peter H. Wilson) 94
Andrew C. Thompson, George II: King and Elector (Ulrich Niggemann) 98
Benno Gammerl, Untertanen, Staatsbürger und Andere: Der Umgang mit ethnischer Heterogenität im Britischen Weltreich und im Habsburgerreich 1867-1918 (R. J. W. Evans) 102
Norbert Friedrich, Uwe Kaminsky, and Roland Löffler (eds.), The Social Dimension of Christian Missions in the Middle East: Historical Studies of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Catriona Laing) 106
Anne Sudrow, Der Schuh im Nationalsozialismus: Eine Produktgeschichte im deutsch-britisch-amerikanischen Vergleich (Neil Gregor) 113
Dietmar Süß, Tod aus der Luft: Kriegsgesellschaft und Luftkrieg in Deutschland und England (Stefan Goebel) 118
Olaf Blaschke, Verleger machen Geschichte: Buchhandel und Historiker seit 1945 im deutsch-britischen Vergleich (Stephan Petzold) 123
Christian L. Glossner, The Making of the German Post-War Economy: Political Communication and Public Reception of the Social Market Economy after World War Two (Jan-Otmar Hesse) 126
Paul Betts, Within Walls: Private Life in the German Democratic Republic (Dorothee Wierling) 129
Janet Ward, Post-Wall Berlin: Borders, Space and Identity (Hanno Hochmuth) 132

Conference Reports

Crime and Punishment: Criminal Justice in Modern Europe, 1870-1990 (Richard F. Wetzell) 136
The Dilemmas of International Humanitarian Aid in the Twentieth Century (Johannes Paulmann) 143
The Cold War: History, Memory, and Representation (Jula Danylow, Jasmin Heermann, Claudia Schumacher, Andreas Etges) 160
Staging Empire: New Perspectives on the 1911 Coronation Durbar and Imperial Assemblage (Justin Siefert) 165
The Fischer Controversy Fifty Years On (Annika Mombauer) 169
Medieval History Seminar (Jan-Hendryk de Boer) 176
Listening Spaces: Art Music and its Audiences in the Concert Hall and Beyond, c.1850-1945 (Neil Gregor) 180
Sport in Early Modern Culture (Amelie Rösinger and Angela Schattner) 185
Screen Culture and the Social Question: Poverty on Screen 1880-1914 (Lydia Jakobs) 191
Ninth Workshop on Early Modern Central European History (Linnéa Rowlatt) 197

Noticeboard

203

Library News

Recent Acquisitions 210