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Total War Europe

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Lisa Stallbaumer

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Transcript of Total War Europe

Total War Europe
History 327
Virtual Chalkboard

Fall 2016
driven by social Darwinist view of the world
German fear of being encircled (Austrians weak ally) (understood that Belgium couldn't really be neutral and would favor the French)
Germany painted as militaristic even though no war since 1870
Sazonov/Foreign Minister
Partial mobilization not possible for Russian
to destroy morale, e.g. Rheims Cathedral
Destroying the Library at Louvain is an example which deprives them of their culture
War of cultural dominance, cultural imperialism
defend culture
soldier behaviors: violent, ruthless (p. 8)
on p. 17 Andenne; p. 16; p. 19 section break
industrialization eliminates human element of culture
German singularity?
Germany is especially prone to violent, ruthless, brutal war/war crimes because of it's militaristic society, etc.
"no monopoly" p. 115
Italy
Turkish Armenian genocide
Austro-Hungarian war on Serbia
Balkan wars and behavior of belligerents
Russian brutality towards Ukrainians (p. 152)

How does the cultural destruction persist into the post-war world?
How is it similar to and different from WWII?
Was WWI a total war by Kramer's reckoning?
Chapter 8 Subsections
The end of the war, p. 268-278
Coping with Collective Trauma: one war, multiple memories, pp. 278-285
Russia, defeat and new war, pp. 285-294
Millenarian Expectations and the end of the war, pp. 294-297
Italy from War to Fascism, pp. 297-304
Revolution, peacemaking, and political violence in the post-war era, pp. 304-327
not incidental, intrinsic p. 159
ch. 1: "Wide world of racisms"
Social Darwinism originated in Great Britain, France

German/Nazi racism + wartime brutalization
Nazi racism, p. 29
Nos. 22-24, 26 a and B, 27, 29, 30-32
No. 21, 25
ch. 4, 6
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