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100 1  Karina, Lilian,|eauthor. 
240 10 Tanz unterm Hakenkreuz.|lEnglish 
245 10 Hitler's dancers :|bGerman modern dance and the Third 
       Reich /|cLilian Karina and Marion Kant ; translated by 
       Jonathan Steinberg. 
246 30 German modern dance and the Third Reich 
250    1st pbk. ed. 
264  1 New York :|bBerghahn Books,|c2004. 
300    1 online resource (xiii, 364 pages, 18 unnumbered pages of
       plates) :|billustrations 
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500    Translated from German. 
500    Originally published: 2003. 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 337-351) and 
505 00 |tTranslater's Foreword /|rJonathan Steinberg --|tPreface 
       /|rMarion Kant --|gpt. I.|tRecollections /|rLilian Karina 
       --|gCh. 1.|tHistorical Overview of the Labanist Period --
       |gCh. 2.|tArt and Culture under National Socialism --|gCh.
       3.|tSectarianism and Dance: The Historical Path of Racial 
       Hygiene --|gCh. 4.|tFates of Emigrants --|gCh. 5.
       |tSituation in Scandinavia --|gCh. 6.|tLaban's Downfall 
       and Post-Labanism --|gpt. II.|t"Dance Is a Race Question."
       The Dance Politics of the Reich Ministry of Popular 
       Enlightenment and Propaganda /|rMarion Kant --
       |tIntroduction: The State of Dance Research --|gCh. 7.
       |tReich Ministry for Popular Enlightenment and Propaganda 
       --|gCh. 8.|tNazi Redirection of Dance --|gCh. 9.
       |tMinisterial Dance Politicos -- Rudolf von Laban and Otto
       von Keudell --|gCh. 10.|tGerman Dance Theater and The 
       German Master Workshops --|gCh. 11.|tNext Stage: The Laban
       Case, The Wigman Case --|gCh. 12.|tAfter Laban's Fall --
       |gpt. III.|tNazi Attempt to Suppress Jazz and Swing: A 
       Case Study /|rMarion Kant --|gpt. IV.|tDance Under the 
       Nazis: Documentary Appendix /|rEdited by Marion Kant --
       |gApp.|tAdministrative Structure of the Reich Ministry of 
       Popular Enlightenment and Propaganda and the Reich Culture
506 1  Legal Deposit;|cOnly available on premises controlled by 
       the deposit library and to one user at any one time;|eThe 
       Legal Deposit Libraries (Non-Print Works) Regulations 
520 8  Annotation|bThe Nazis burned books and banned much modern 
       art. However, few people know the fascinating story of 
       German modern dance, which was the great exception. Modern
       expressive dance found favor with the regime and 
       especially with the infamous Dr. Joseph Goebbels, the 
       Minister of Propaganda. How modern artists collaborated 
       with Nazism reveals an important aspect of modernism, 
       uncovers the bizarre bureaucracy which controlled culture 
       and tells the histories of great figures who became 
       enthusiastic Nazis and lied about it later. The book 
       offers three perspectives: the dancer Lilian Karina writes
       her very vivid personal story of dancing in interwar 
       Germany; the dance historian Marion Kant gives a 
       systematic account of the interaction of modern dance and 
       the totalitarian state, and a documentary appendix 
       provides a glimpse into the twisted reality created by 
       Nazi racism, pedantic bureaucrats and artistic ambition. 
       Lilian Karina, born in Russia, studied ballet with 
       Eduardova and Gsovsky in Berlin in the 1920s and danced 
       with Sascha Leontieff, Aurel von Milloss and many others. 
       She fled from Germany to Hungary and later Sweden, where 
       she opened a ballet studio and still lives in Stockholm. 
       Marion Kantwas raised in East Berlin and began dancing at 
       the Comic Opera at the age of 14. She took her PhD at 
       Humboldt University in musicology and dance history and 
       has taught at the Free University of Berlin, Kings College
       London, Cambridge University, the University of Surrey and
       now at the University of Pennsylvania. Jonathan 
       Steinbergis Walter H. Annenberg Professor of Modern 
       European History, University of Pennsylvania. 
540    Restricted: Printing from this resource is governed by The
       Legal Deposit Libraries (Non-Print Works) Regulations (UK)
       and UK copyright law currently in force.|5WlAbNL 
588 0  Print version. 
648  7 1900-1999|2fast 
650  0 Modern dance|zGermany|xHistory|y20th century. 
650  0 National socialism and dance. 
650  0 Dance|xPolitical aspects|zGermany|xHistory. 
650  7 PERFORMING ARTS|xTheater|xGeneral.|2bisacsh 
650  7 SOCIAL SCIENCE|xGender Studies.|2bisacsh 
650  7 Cultural policy.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00885007 
650  7 Dance|xPolitical aspects.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00887439 
650  7 Modern dance.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01024421 
650  7 National socialism and dance.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01033788 
651  0 Germany|xCultural policy|y20th century. 
651  7 Germany.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01210272 
700 1  Kant, Marion,|eauthor. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aKarina, Lilian.|sTanz unterm Hakenkreuz.
       English.|tHitler's dancers.|b1st pbk. ed.|dNew York : 
       Berghahn Books, 2004|z1571813004|z1571816887|w(DLC)  
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