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Cinema in Democratizing Germany: Reconstructing National Identity after Hitler [Paperback]

Heide Fehrenbach

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
Introduction. Cinema and National Identity, 1945-1962
1. Cinema and German Society before 1945
2. From Military Surveillance to Self-Supervision: American Occupation and the Politics of Film, 1945-1949
3. Die Sunderin or Who Killed the German Man?: Early Postwar Cinema and the Betrayal of Fatherland
4. The Fight for the "Christian West": Film Control and the Reconstruction of Civil Society
5. Popular Cinema, Spectatorship, and Identity in the Early 1950s
6. From Feckless Masses to Engaged Critics: German Film Clubs and the Quest for Cultural Renewal
7. Local Challenges to the Dominant Culture: Mannheim, Oberhausen, and the Stirrings of Young German Cinema
8. Mass Culture and Cold War Politics: The Berlin Film Festival of the 1950s
Conclusion
Appendixes
Notes
Bibliography
Index

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