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German geopolitics

Hans Werner Weigert

German geopolitics

by Hans Werner Weigert

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Haushofer, Karl, -- 1869-1946,
  • World politics -- 1933-1945,
  • Geopolitics,
  • Germany -- Politics and government -- 1933-1945

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby H.W. Weigert
    SeriesAmerica in a world at war -- no. 19, America in a world at war -- no. 19
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14637447M

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Excerpt The purpose of this work is to determine whether present-day German geopolitics is a contribution to modern political theory and human geography, or merely an outgrowth of a distorted National Socialist ideology. My introduction to this field came through one of Karl Haushofer earlier books, Grenzen.

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It is impossible to describe briefly the contents of Haushofer's "Geopolitics of the Pacific Ocean," which, as already indicated, is not only a political book but an attempt to educate the German people for a global view of world by: 5.

German geopolitics reassessed POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY QUARTERLY, Vol. 6, No. 2, Aprill 14 German geopolitics reassessed J. PATERSON Department of. Popular Geopolitics Books. The Demon of Geopolitics: How Karl Haushofer “Educated” Hitler and Hess by Holger H. Herwig. Karl Haushofer, the man who popularized the term Lebensraum(living space), has been accused of many misdeeds.

InUS Chief of Counsel, Sidney S. Alderman, writing for Justice Robert H. Jackson at Nuremberg, wrote that “Haushofer was Hitler’s intellectual godfather. Ostensibly based upon the geopolitical theory of American naval expert Alfred Thayer Mahan, and British geographer Halford J.

Mackinder, German geopolitik adds older German ideas. Enunciated most forcefully by Friedrich Ratzel and his Swedish student Rudolf Kjellén, they include an organic or anthropomorphized conception of the state, and the need for self-sufficiency through the top-down. The Foundations of Geopolitics: The Geopolitical Future of Russia is a geopolitical book by Aleksandr book has had a large influence within the Russian military, police, and foreign policy elites and it has been used as a textbook in the Academy of the General Staff of the Russian military.

Its publication in was well-received in Russia and powerful Russian political figures. geopolitics offers a revealing window into the great struggles over power and space that have dominated this century. Implicated in the Great Power imperialism of the early twentieth century and in the rise of Nazi Germany, geopolitics provides an insight into historical struggles over the organization of.

In recent years, the Anglo-American media landscape has pondered over an old problem: that of German hegemony in Europe. At the heart of this debate lies the question of geopolitics. Is Germany, deliberately or by accident, a regional hegemon, and do its political elites seek to reorganize Berlin’s neighbours into a pan-European architecture.

Geopolitik rises Friedrich Ratzel. Ratzel's writings coincided with the growth of German industrialism after the Franco-Prussian war and Rudolph Kjellén.

Rudolph Kjellén was Ratzel's Swedish student who would further elaborate on organic state theory and Haushofer's contribution. Haushofer's. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of o results for "Geopolitics" Skip to.

Francis P. Sempa is the author of Geopolitics: From the Cold War to the 21st Century, and has written introductions to Mahan's The Problem of Asia and The Interest of America in International Conditions and Bullitt's The Great Globe Itself, all available from s: 1. Karl Haushofer, (born Aug.

27,Munich, Bavaria [Germany]—died MaPähl, ), German army officer, political geographer, and leading proponent of geopolitics, an academic discipline prominent in the period between the two World Wars but later in disrepute because of its identification with Nazi doctrines of world domination.

By George Friedman Ever since German unification inGermany’s fate has defined Europe’s future. Germany’s economic energy enabled it to dwarf France and rival the British Empire by the eve of This outspoken book looks behind the official façade of Adenauer's Germany.

What it discloses is of vital importance to every American. T.H. Tetens, a leading expert on German geopolitics, was born in Berlin and worked during the 's in Germany as an economist and newspaper editor.

Weißmann first made a name for himself as a fervent nationalist, a key figure in the revival of geopolitics in the s and a critic of the Atlanticist discourses of the Cold War era. Having written books on a range of topics including German history, national mythology and the conservative revolution, Weißmann is also a public.

Defence of German Geopolitics. Karl Haushofer. Geopolitics, Generals and the State in Brazil. Leslie Hepple. Popular geopolitics, the nation and comic book discourse. Jason Dittmer. Licensed to Stereotype: Popular geopolitics, James Bond and the spectre of Balkanism.

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Spykman's book caught the moment when the geographical scope of U.S. grand strategy was expanding to a global scale. He argued that a postwar return to isolationism was unwise, and his geopolitical perspective provided a rationale for a U.S.

commitment to maintaining an equilibrium of power on the Eurasian continent. Nevertheless, German forces swiftly penetrated into the Belgian fortress of Liege in early August and reached the Meuse River.

Allied armies fell back under the German onslaught but held at the Marne River where the German advance was stopped in a battle that Mackinder called “one of the decisive battles of the world’s history.” “The great German rush had been foiled,” he wrote.book was being updated to keep it in step with the developments in the field, and thought that the editors might have added a new chapter on the subject of geopolitics.

My hopes were disappointed. Scanning the literature on IR theory and critical geopolitics I came to realize that the chapter missing from the Burchill and Linklater.Book recommendations on German Ostpolitik? Hi, first time poster.

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