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Nazis and the Cinema

Tegel, Susan

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ISBN 10: 1847250009 / ISBN 13: 9781847250001
Editorial: Hambledon Pr, 2007
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Título: Nazis and the Cinema

Editorial: Hambledon Pr

Año de publicación: 2007

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Brand New

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"Holocaust denier Leni Reifenstahl, late German filmmaker, was really in for it from UK history professor Susan Tegel, then with University of Hertfordshire, now on the historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television editorial board. Currently she writes the August 2007 Hembelton Continuum $34.95 illustrated hardcover, Nazis and the Cinema, focusing again on such works as Reifenstahl's infamous paean to Hitler, "The Triumph of the Will," and drawing on a good deal of material first appearing in the Journal, written by herself and other scholars. Black and white archival photos illustrate. Working within the largest film industry outside Hollywood at the time, German moviemakers and their anti-Semitic, pro-Nazi films, newsreels and Goebbels-controlled propaganda are examined during the 1933-1945 span of the Third Reich." -Today's Books Todays Books puts Nazis and the Cinema title on "The A-List" "It is an important volume for historians, sociologists, and film scholars alike." Cynthia J. Miller, Emerson College Title mentioned in article about film by Bas Blokker in Spiegel, March 2008. "Tegel's work offers a comprehensive, accesible introduction to the cinema of the Third Reich through the lens of antisemitism"- American Historical Review, February 2009 Title mentioned in Jewish Chronicle, 20 May 2008 "Historicallyinsightful into what was the largest film industry outside of Hollywoodbetween the two world wars, "Nazis and theCinema" is worth looking into for film and history buffs into what Germanypresented themselves at the time as a cautionary measure, plus an irony on howfilm propaganda hasn't changes much since." -"Outreach Connection" "Susan's book is a fascinating look at the cinema produce of the Nazis... The author is an authority on her subject... an excellent book" The Hornsey Magazine, December 2007 "Tegel's judicious overview is the only English-language account to build on recent German micro-histories" - The London Review of Books "Susan Tegel's book is a brilliant pulling-together of a lot of research and thinking about film in the Nazi era" - Taylor Downing in History Today, 2008 "Historically insightful into what was the largest film industry outside of Hollywood between the two world wars, "Nazis and the Cinema" is worth looking into for film and history buffs into what Germany presented themselves at the time as a cautionary measure, plus an irony on how film propaganda hasn't changes much since." -"Outreach Connection" "Susan Tegel, the historian who advised the legal team that was preparing to sue Leni Riefenstahl for Holocaust denial, is the latest scholar to analyze fully the role played by movies in the Third Reich. It's a testament to the field's richness that her Nazis and the Cinema covers territory left largely unexplored in the two major books on the subject, Linda Schulte-Sasse's Entertaining the Third Reich, and Eric Rentschler's Ministry of Illusion (both published in 1996)...[Tegel] emphasize[s], in a way that they do not, the manner in which Jews were represented on the German screen." Film Comment (Jan/Feb 2008 issue)--Sanford Lakoff "Susan Tegel deserves applause for achieving exactly what she sets out to accomplish: exploring the intersection of art and politics as well as the efficacy of Joseph Goebbels' propaganda machine ... Tegel's jargon-free prose makes this book a palatable choice for an upper-division course ... Posing questions rather than asserting overambitious claims, Nazis and the Cinema provides its readers with substantial cerebral nourishment" - German Studies Review--Sanford Lakoff

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