Die Konservative Revolution in Deutschland 1918-1932

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Die Konservative Revolution in Deutschland 1918-1932

By Armin Mohler
Vorwerk, 1950
287 pp.
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An intelligent, exploratory survey of the manifold political currents in Weimar Germany which represented a "conservative revolution" and yet are not to be identified with National Socialism. The author sees as the common element in their Weltanschauungen a disbelief in theological or historical progress and a return to the symbol of the circle. It has an exceptionally helpful critical bibliography.

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