""This is an ambitious volume that provides in-depth coverage of German attitudes and interpretations of 'the West,' and how these have changed over time . . . A particular value of this volume is its use of German sources, making German-based arguments and interpretations available to English-speaking academia."" , Leiden University ""[This] volume provides an impressive overview of the history of German images and perceptions of 'the West,' its changing meanings and importance over a long period of time. It unites the foremost experts on this subject."" · Egbert Klautke, University College
Part 1. Rises and silences of 'the West' Part 2. East-West entanglements Part 3. Liberal ambiguities and strategies of 'Westernization' Part 4. Nationalists.
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