By Kurt Gerhard Klietmann
Non-fiction booklet with German textual content. released through Motor Buch Verlag, 1984. 240 pages, with many black and white illustrations. grey forums with black lettering on backbone.
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I. Title. 085dc20 93-6869 CIP 97 96 95 94 93 5 4 3 2 1 TO MY PARENTS, Jean and Henry Harsch Contents Preface ix Abbreviations xi Introduction 1 1 Social Democracy in 1928 17 The SPD's Fraternal Organizations 19 Political Tendencies in the SPD 23 Organization of the SPD 25 The Social Composition of the SPD and Its Electorate 28 The SPD's Ideology 32 2 Indian Summer 38 The 1928 Election Campaign 38 Analyzing the Election Results 41 The Panzerkreuzer Affair 46 The Controversy over Unemployment Insurance 51 Opposition, MarchAugust 1930 59 3 Where Stands the Enemy?
Depending on the issue, Social Democrats at all levels both demanded reform and resisted change. Reforms that were enacted at one level often counteracted those implemented at another and so had the effect of further immobilizing the SPD rather than revitalizing it. Even more than in the party alone, organizational diversity was both boon and bane of the broader Social Democratic movement. Most significant were the divergent priorities of ADGB officials and SPD leaders. Differences also strained relations between the SPD and the Reichsbanner, between the SPD and the cultural organizations, and between these and the ADGB.
Finally, the complicated relationship of the group to the external world needs to be elucidated. In my view, ambivalence lay at its source. Social Democracy was at once isolated from and tied to a bourgeois society whose early precepts and ideals it had internalized and re-formed. The dissonances of Social Democracy's political culture allowed for the possibility of different evolutions, depending on circumstance and leadership. Its reforming instincts could be turned outward, and its republicanism could serve as the basis for an assertive democratic movement.
Auszeichnungen des Deutschen Reiches 1936-1945: Eine Dokumentation ziviler und militarischer Verdienst- und Ehrenzeichen by Kurt Gerhard Klietmann