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Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, Oct. 9, 2018).
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Germany's other modernity: Munich and the making of metropolis, 1895-1930; Half Title Page; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; List of illustrations; Introduction; 1. Grostadtangst: disorder and discomfort in the metropolis; 2. Grostadtfreude: joy in the metropolis; 3. The interior world of modernity; 4. The production of space and the execution of social policy; Conclusion: Germany, space and modernity; Bibliography; Index
This book is about what it meant to build a city in Germany at the turn of the twentieth century. It explores the physical spaces and mental attitudes that conditioned beliefs about the past and expectations for the future in the crucial German generations that shaped the young Reich, fought the Great War, and experienced the Weimar Republic.
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