This collection of essays analyzes the experience of women in Weimar and Nazi Germany—the first a period of crisis and polarization between right and left, and the second a period in which the right triumphed. The history documented in this book provides us with a perspective from which to analyze our own time, for in the history of Weimar and Nazi Germany we see the issues surrounding women, family, and reproduction as powerful mobilizing forces for both right and left.
Author: Renate Bridenthal
Author: Atina Grossman
Author: Marion Kaplan
Size: 386 pages
Publisher: Monthly Review Press