“LIFE AND DEATH IN THE THIRD REICH”: PROFESSOR PETER FRITZSCHE BOOK

September 7, 2008 at 7:57 am | Posted in Books, Germany, History, Research | Leave a comment

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Life and Death in the Third Reich

by Peter Fritzsche (Author)

Editorial Reviews

From Publishers Weekly

University of Illinois historian Fritzsche (Germans into Nazis) effectively takes up one of the key controversies surrounding the Third Reich: to what extent were the German people accomplices of the regime? Over the years, the answers have ranged widely. Daniel Goldhagen’s argument that the annihilation of the Jews was what the German people had always wanted has never persuaded specialists. Others have argued that the German people were either manipulated and deceived by, or converted to, Nazism. Fritzsche provides a more nuanced argument that the Nazis were quite successful in winning the people’s support, but it took time and effort. He cites diaries showing that individuals had to examine how they could become reconciled, or converted, to National Socialism. The fabled Volksgemeinschaft—people’s community—was not mere propaganda but had a powerful allure that drew Germans into the Nazi orbit. Fritzsche mines diaries and letters written by the famous and well-placed as well as the unknown, to show that the prospects of German grandeur and unity resonated deeply with many people, even when it meant a hugely destructive war and the genocide of the Jews. Fritzsche offers a significant interpretation of Nazism and the German people, and writes with a vibrancy that is not often found in studies of the Third Reich. (Mar.)

Review
A provocative revisionist view of the Third Reich and the complex relationship of Germans to it. This book, more than any other I know, conveys the complex nature of day-to-day life in Nazi Germany from the perspective of its political leaders, German citizens, and Jewish victims. In many ways, Fritzsche’s interpretation of National Socialism and its supporters is far more unnerving than a view of a terrorized, hypnotized populace. The book offers not only an admirable analytic clarity but also passages of such human pathos that they leave the reader quaking.
–Thomas Childers, author of In the Shadows of War (20080301)

What makes this thoroughly engrossing account of everyday life in Nazi Germany so important is Fritzsche’s ability to show how the ideology of racism enveloped not only the public but also the private sphere and eventually informed all thought and action in this empire of death. This is a major achievement.
–Modris Eksteins, University of Toronto (20080626)

Fritzsche has written an extraordinary book–a short, compelling, and yet comprehensive history of the Third Reich. It unfolds a masterful narrative of a regime that set out to restore a nation and in the process turned Europe into a killing field. This history familiarizes the reader with the key events as they unfolded and with contemporary reflections on them in diaries and letters. We come to the quite shocking recognition that these ruminations capture a conversation, for good and evil, that continues to the present day.
–Michael Geyer, University of Chicago

With remarkable vision and poise, Fritzsche guides us through the interior of the Third Reich’s racial imaginary to explore the terrible effectiveness of the efforts required of Germans in thinking themselves into the morally coercive world of the Volksgemeinschaft. Commanding the vast literatures on Nazism with enviable facility, he seamlessly combines major themes with a keen eye for the telling detail. This is one of the most illuminating reflections on the popular history of the Third Reich in many years.
–Geoff Eley, University of Michigan

Fritzsche effectively takes up one of the key controversies surrounding the Third Reich: to what extent were the German people accomplices of the regime?…Others have argued that the German people were either manipulated and deceived by, or converted to, Nazism. Fritzsche provides a more nuanced argument that the Nazis were quite successful in winning the people’s support, but it took time and effort…Fritzsche mines diaries and letters written by the famous and well-placed as well as the unknown, to show that the prospects of German grandeur and unity resonated deeply with many people, even when it meant a hugely destructive war and the genocide of the Jews. Fritzsche offers a significant interpretation of Nazism and the German people, and writes with a vibrancy that is not often found in studies of the Third Reich. (Publishers Weekly )

[A] fascinating book…Fritzsche’s book demolishes the myth of contemporary ignorance about the Shoah and the artificial divide between the apolitical Wehrmacht and the evil SS. As the aerial bombing campaign destroyed German cities, the citizenry transformed their status as perpetrators and beneficiaries of Nazi policy into that of victims, thereby quelling postwar confrontation with reality for more than a generation. Fritzsche’s book demonstrates that there are still numerous areas of the Nazi era in which historians may delve.
–Frederic Krome (Library Journal (starred review) )

Peter Fritzsche’s book is one that will undoubtedly court controversy. His aim is to show that “more Germans were Nazis” and that Germans were “more National Socialist” than had been previously accepted…This book combines a compelling historical narrative with a thought-provoking analysis.
–Lisa Pine (Times Higher Education Supplement )

Fritzsche writes with his customary flair and verve, and packs an enormous amount into a relatively short volume…His immensely readable and intelligent book makes superb use of letters and diaries to communicate the experience of ordinary people under Nazism in a way that few other historians have been able to do.
–Richard J. Evans (New York Review of Books )

PRODUCT DETAILS:

  • Hardcover: 384 pages

  • Publisher: Belknap Press

  • March 31, 2008

  • Language: English

  • ISBN-10: 0674027930

  • ISBN-13: 978-0674027930

Life and Death in the Third Reich

by Peter Fritzsche (Author)

BUDGETARY ASSESSMENTS: “CSBA E-NEWSLETTER ISSUE 79” SEPTEMBER 2008

September 6, 2008 at 5:06 pm | Posted in Economics, Financial, USA | Leave a comment

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CSBA E-Newsletter Issue 79

The Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments

(CSBA)

Natalya Anfilofyeva

natalyaa@csbaonline.org

Fri, 5 Sep 2008

The Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA) is an independent, nonprofit public policy research institute established to promote innovative thinking about defense planning and investment strategies for the 21st century.

www.csbaonline.org

CSBA in the News:

September Issue: Despite the difference in the horizons—the QDR is primarily focused on immediate reset, while the SVG looks out to 2025—the overarching goals of the two efforts are very similar. “They both strive to make sure the Marine Corps comes out of the current operations healthy and able to execute the missions it may be assigned in the future,” said Dakota Wood, a senior fellow at the Washington-based Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments. Marine Corps Tries to Define Its Post-Iraq Posture, Seapower Magazine

August 28: Work warned China may turn to other Asian countries like Iran to meet its energy needs, spurring potential proxy wars in which Americans battle Chinese or Iranian allies like Hezbollah rather than inter-state wars. Moreover, he said, a cyber war or biological attack against the U.S. homeland is another huge threat. The implications of climate change could also hurt the United States, he said. Despite the CSBA’s outline of major challenges facing the country, Work stressed the new leadership must be prepared for “alternate futures.” The “wild mushrooms” scenario, for instance, describes the collapse of the Nuclear Proliferation Treaty regime, he said. Analysts Debate Nature of Future National Security Threats, Inside Defense

August 28: The next slate of threats may come from nuclear states, a “disordered world with a lot of non-state entities waging hybrid war,” great powers clashing once again — or possibly a combination of all three, Andrew Krepinevich, president of the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, warned at an Aug. 21 conference in Washington on the country’s future defense strategy. The fate of defense spending over the next decade is unknown due to these dire scenarios, said his colleague Steve Kosiak, CSBA’s vice president of budget studies. Relatively “flat or modest growth” over the next decade is likely, predicted Kosiak. “Again, it maybe different from that but I wouldn’t bank on it.” Uncertain World Complicates Defense Spending, Investments, Inside the Pentagon

August 27: Work, vice president of strategic studies at CSBA, spoke to a group of industry and military leaders Aug. 21 in Washington./…/ “It is by no means preordained that we’ll have a hostile exchange with China,” Work said. “But there may be cases where we fight against Chinese allies…. Proxy wars.” China’s growing military is emphasizing conventionally armed ballistic missiles, information warfare capabilities, anti-satellite weaponry, submarines, high-speed cruise missiles and other capabilities, the CSBA report says. CSBA Says U.S. Must Tackle Strategic Challenges in Next QDR, Aviation Week

August 25: [C]andidates for president have proposed launching new programs that would tend to make the fiscal vise squeeze ever tighter. These were just a few of the findings enunciated by CSBA experts Robert O. Work, Barry Watts, Steve Kosiak and Andrew Krepinevich, during the symposium. Kosiak noted that entitlement programs are poised to begin devouring sharply increased amounts of money, as baby boomers retire and health care demands increase. That means DOD can’t turn to other big-ticket federal programs to raid them for funds. Defense Costs To Outstrip Funds Available; Immediate, Long-Range, Needs Clash, Space and Missile Defense Report

The Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA) is an independent, nonprofit public policy research institute established to promote innovative thinking about defense planning and investment strategies for the 21st century.
www.csbaonline.org

CSBA E-Newsletter Issue 79

Natalya Anfilofyeva

natalyaa@csbaonline.org

Fri, 5 Sep 2008

INTERNATIONAL OIL PRICING SYSTEM

September 6, 2008 at 4:36 pm | Posted in Books, Financial, Middle East, Oil & Gas, Research | Leave a comment

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Dr Bassam Fattouh

Consultant Senior Research Fellow

International oil pricing system

Tel: +44 (0)1865 889121
Fax: +44 (0)1865 310527
Email:
bassam.fattouh@oxfordenergy.org

http://www.oxfordenergy.org/fattouh.php

Relevant Expertise

Bassam Fattouh focuses his research on aspects of the international oil pricing system such as the relationship between the futures market and spot market, the relationship between OPEC and the market, the causes of oil price volatility and the dynamics of oil price differentials. He also focuses his research on the IOC-NOC relationship and its implications for investment behaviour. He has a strong background in the economic environment of the Middle East.

Current/Forthcoming Projects in the Institute

  • Relationship between National Oil Companies and International Oil Companies in the Middle East

  • Oil Pricing Systems and Oil Price Behaviour

  • Russia and the Middle East Energy Relations

Academic and Professional Experience

Current Position

Reader in Finance and Management and Academic Director of the MSc in Management for the Middle East and North Africa,
School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London

1996-1999:

PhD in Economics, SOAS, University of London

1995-1996:

MSc in Economics, SOAS, University of London

1991-1995:

BA in Economics, American University of Beirut

Some Relevant Publications:

The Origins and Evolution of the Current International Oil Pricing System: A Critical Assessment, Oil in the 21st Century, Oxford University Press, forthcoming

The Investment Challenge, Oil in the 21st Century, Oxford University Press, forthcoming

Dr Bassam Fattouh

Consultant Senior Research Fellow

International oil pricing system

Tel: +44 (0)1865 889121
Fax: +44 (0)1865 310527
Email:
bassam.fattouh@oxfordenergy.org

http://www.oxfordenergy.org/fattouh.php

ROMAIN ROLLAND (1866-1944)

September 6, 2008 at 1:45 am | Posted in Art, Books, France, Literary, Philosophy | Leave a comment

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Romain Rolland

(29 January 186630 December 1944)

Romain Rolland (29 January 186630 December 1944) was a French writer and dramatist, best known as the author of the novel series Jean-Christophe (1904-12).

Bibliography:

Romain Rolland Bibliography

Year

Work

Notes

1888

Amour d’enfants

1891

Les Baglioni

Unpublished during his lifetime.

1891

Empédocle
(Empedocles)

Unpublished during his lifetime.

1891

Orsino

Unpublished during his lifetime.

1892

Le Dernier Procès de Louis Berquin
(The Last Trial of Louis Berquin)

1895

Les Origines du théâtre lyrique moderne
(The origins of modern lyric theatre)

Academic treatise, which won a prize from the Académie Française

1895

Histoire de l’opéra avant Lully et Scarlatti
(A History of Opera in Europe before Lully and Scarlatti)

Dissertation for his doctorate in Letters

1895

Cur ars picturae apud Italos XVI saeculi deciderit

Latin-language thesis on the decline in Italian oil painting in the course of the sixteenth century

1897

Saint-Louis

1897

Aërt

Historical/philosophical drama

1898

Les Loups
(The Wolves)

Historical/philosophical drama

1899

Le Triomphe de la raison
(The Triumph of Reason)

Historical/philosophical drama

1899

Georges Danton

Historical/philosophical drama

1900

Le Poison idéaliste

1901

Les Fêtes de Beethoven à Mayence

1902

Le Quatorze Juillet
(July 14–
Bastille Day)

Historical/philosophical drama

1902

François-Millet

1903

Vie de Beethoven
(Life of Beethoven)

Biography

1903

Le temps viendra

1903

Le Théâtre du peuple
(People’s Theater)

Seminal essay in the democratization of theatre.

1904

La Montespan

Historical/philosophical drama

1904 – 1912

Jean-Christophe

Cycle of ten volumes divided into three series–Jean-Christophe, Jean-Christophe à Paris, and la Fin du voyage, published by Cahiers de la Quinzaine

1904

L’Aube

First volume of the series Jean-Christophe

1904

Le Matin
(Morning)

Second volume of the series Jean-Christophe

1904

L’Adolescent
(The Adolescent)

Third volume of the series Jean-Christophe

1905

La Révolte
(The Revolt)

Fourth volume of the series Jean-Christophe

1907

Vie de Michel-Ange
(Life of Michelangelo)

Biography

1908

Musiciens d’aujourd’hui
(Contemporary Musicians)

Collection of articles and essays about music

1908

Musiciens d’autrefois
(Musicians of the Past)

Collection of articles and essays about music

1908

La Foire sur la place

First volume of the series Jean-Christophe à Paris

1908

Antoinette

Second volume of the series Jean-Christophe à Paris

1908

Dans la maison
(At Home)

Third volume of the series Jean-Christophe à Paris

1910

Haendel

1910

Les Amies
(Friends)

First volume of the series la Fin du voyage

1911

La Vie de Tolstoï
(Life of Tolstoy)

Biography

1911

Le Buisson ardent

Second volume of the series la Fin du voyage

1912

La Nouvelle Journée

Third volume of the series la Fin du voyage

1912

L’Humble Vie héroïque
(The Humble Life of the Hero)

1915

Au-dessus de la mêlée
(Above the Battle)

Pacifist manifesto

1915

Received the Nobel Prize in Literature

1917

Salut à la révolution russe
(Salute to the Russian Revolution)

1918

Pour l’internationale de l’Esprit
(For the International of the Spirit)

1918

L’Âge de la haine
(The Age of Hatred)

1919

Colas Breugnon

Burgundian story

1919

Les Précurseurs
(The Precursors)

1920

Founded the review Europe

1920

Clérambault

1920

Pierre et Luce

1921

Pages choisies
(Selected Pages)

1921

La Révolte des machines
(The Revolt of the Machines)

1922-1933

L’Âme enchantée
(The Enchanted Soul)

Seven volumes

1922

Annette et Sylvie

First volume of l’Âme enchantée

1922

Les Vaincus

1924

L’Été
(Summer)

Second volume of l’Âme enchantée

1924

Mahatma Gandhi

1925

Le Jeu de l’amour et de la mort
(The Game of Love and Death)

1926

Pâques fleuries

1927

Mère et fils
(Mother and Child)

Third volume of l’Âme enchantée

1928

Léonides

1928

De l’Héroïque à l’Appassionata
(From the Heroic to the Passionate)

1929

Essai sur la mystique de l’action
(A study of the Mystique of Action)

1929

L’Inde vivante
(Living India)

Essays

1929

Vie de Ramakrishna
(Life of Ramakrishna)

Essays

1930

Vie de Vivekananda
(Life of Vivekananda)

Essays

1930

L’Évangile universel

Essays

1930

Goethe et Beethoven

Essay

1933

L’Annonciatrice

1935

Quinze Ans de combat

1936

Compagnons de route

1937

Le Chant de la Résurrection
(Song of the Resurrection)

1938

Les Pages immortelles de Rousseau
(The Immortal Pages of Rousseau)

1939

Robespierre

Historical/philosophical drama

1942

Le Voyage intérieur
(The Interior Voyage)

1943

La Cathédrale interrompue
(The Interrupted Cathedral)

Volumes I and II

1945

Péguy

Posthumous publication

1945

La Cathédrale interrompue

Volume III, posthumous

ROMAIN ROLLAND

29 January 186630 December 1944

Romain Rolland (29 January 186630 December 1944) was a French writer and dramatist, best known as the author of the novel series Jean-Christophe (1904-12).

CI SEMINAR: OCTOBER 20 2008 LIMASSOL CYPRUS

September 5, 2008 at 1:16 pm | Posted in Economics, Financial, Globalization, Research | Leave a comment

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CI Seminar – Cyprus (October 2008)‏

Dina Vanessa James (dina.james@ciratings.com)

Fri 9/05/08

CAPITAL INTELLIGENCE (CI)

ADVANCED BANK ANALYSIS – SEMINAR / WORKSHOP

CI the leading, international Credit Analysis & Rating Service specialising in Emerging Markets is pleased to announce that we will be holding a 2-day Seminar in Limassol, Cyprus:

Seminar Dates: Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st October 2008
Venue: Le Meridien Limassol Spa & Resort (5-star), Limassol, Cyprus
Times: Monday 08:30 to 17:00 & Tuesday 08:45 to 16:30
Course Material: In-depth Seminar manual provided upon registration
Speakers: CI’s Senior Bank Analysts
Fee: Euros 1,725 per person (incl. VAT); includes 2 nights’ accommodation in above hotel
Discounts: 5% for 3-4 persons or 10% for 4-6 persons from the same bank / company

Please click on the link below to view the Seminar agenda and to complete a registration form:

http://www.ciratings.com/seminars.htm

Visas for Cyprus

Kindly note, that non-EU nationals must obtain a Visa before arriving in Cyprus. Please click on the link below for information and forms to be completed:

Cyprus Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Visas section) – http://www.mfa.gov.cy

I look forward to welcoming you and / or your colleague(s) to the Seminar in October 2008.

If you have already registered to attend this Seminar, please ignore this email.

Kind regards,

Dina Vanessa James
Marketing Officer & Seminar Co-ordinator

Telephone: (Cyprus) ++ 357 2534 2300
Facsimile: (Cyprus) ++ 357 2534 3739 / 2581 7750
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CI Seminar – Cyprus (October 2008)‏

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Fri 9/05/08

CREDIT ANALYSIS AND BANK RATINGS: CAPITAL INTELLIGENCE

September 5, 2008 at 12:57 pm | Posted in Economics, Financial, Globalization, Research | Leave a comment

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INFLATION TRENDS TURKEY

September 5, 2008 at 12:23 pm | Posted in Economics, Financial, Research | Leave a comment

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Yapi Kredi Macro Brief:

“Inflation Brakes, Sentiments Shift”‏

Strategic Planning and Research Section of Yapi ve

Kredi Bankasi A.Ş

Murat Can Aşlak (Can.Aslak@yapikredi.com.tr)

Fri 9/05/08

Inflation Brakes, Sentiments Shift…

In August, Consumer Prices Index (CPI) decreased by 0.24% bringing the yoy inflation to 11.77% levels.

Special CPI “I”* and Special CPI “H”**- CBRT’s favorites- both continued to increase.

Just as recent hikes in inflation before August to a large extent were driven by high commodity prices (oil in particular) and supply side shocks due to drought, the very same factors were behind the drop in August.

Governor’s announcement definitely caught market participants off-guard, and they may have initiated another phase in the expectation management game.

Murat Can Aşlak

Economist

Yapı Kredi Bank

+90-212 339 7122

can.aslak@yapikredi.com.tr

Strategic Planning and Research Section of Yapi ve Kredi Bankasi A.Ş

Yapı ve Kredi Bankası A.Ş

Yapi Kredi Macro Brief:

“Inflation Brakes, Sentiments Shift”‏

Strategic Planning and Research Section of Yapi ve Kredi Bankasi A.Ş

Murat Can Aşlak (Can.Aslak@yapikredi.com.tr)

Fri 9/05/08

FEDERAL HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY

September 4, 2008 at 8:43 pm | Posted in Financial, Research, USA | Leave a comment

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NEWS RELEASE

For Immediate Release

September 4, 2008

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA)

Contact:

Corinne Russell (202) 414-6921
Stefanie Mullin (202) 414-6376

For Immediate Release

September 4, 2008

FHFA “NOTICE OF ESTABLISHMENT” SENT TO THE

FEDERAL REGISTER

Washington, DC –  The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) has  transmitted to the Federal Register a Notice of “Establishment of a New Independent Agency.”  This provides formal public notice of the existence of the Agency, its purpose and the chapter of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) that it will employ for public dissemination of regulations, guidances and other publications.  The new chapter of the Code is Title 12 CFR Chapter XII.

FHFA was established July 30, 2008 and is making good progress in  integrating the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight (OFHEO), the Federal Housing Finance Board and HUD mission and affordable housing programs.  Additional announcements will be forthcoming on issues relating to the joining of the agencies as well as regulations from the new Agency.  New regulations will be necessary to address routine “merger” matters, but as well to implement, where necessary, the many new authorities, powers and directions given to FHFA that modernize and strengthen supervision of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the Federal Home Loan Banks.  All existing regulations, orders and decisions of OFHEO and the Finance Board remain in effect until modified or superseded.

FHFA was established to ensure that Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the Federal Home Loan Banks operate in a safe and sound manner,” said FHFA Director James B Lockhart. “We are working quickly to set up the regulatory framework needed to make certain that their operations and activities foster liquid, efficient, competitive, and resilient national housing finance markets.”

Link to Federal Register Notice

This release is also available at:

http://www.ofheo.gov/newsroom.aspx?ID=454&q1=1&q2=None

NEWS RELEASE

For Immediate Release

September 4, 2008

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA)

“NATURAL GAS WEEKLY UPDATE”: EIA

September 4, 2008 at 8:15 pm | Posted in Financial, Oil & Gas, Research | Leave a comment

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U.S. Department of Energy

EIA

Energy Information Administration

EIA the Nation’s clearinghouse for energy statistics

Natural Gas Weekly Update‏

Weekly Natural Gas Market (wngm@tonto.eia.doe.gov)

EIA_Listserv@eia.doe.gov

wmaster@eia.doe.gov

Thu 9/04/08

The Natural Gas Weekly Update has been updated and is available on the EIA Website:

http://tonto.eia.doe.gov/oog/info/ngw/ngupdate.asp

Previous issues of the Natural Gas Weekly Update are also available from the website.

To view previously published reports, click the navigation button on the left sidebar in the web page listed above.

Natural Gas Weekly Update‏

Weekly Natural Gas Market (wngm@tonto.eia.doe.gov)

EIA_Listserv@eia.doe.gov

wmaster@eia.doe.gov

Thu 9/04/08

FARES LECTURES 2008

September 4, 2008 at 4:22 pm | Posted in Economics, Financial, Globalization, History, Middle East, Research | Leave a comment

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The Fares Lecture Series Fall 2008‏

Fares Center (Fares-center@tufts.edu)

Fares Center (Fares-center@tufts.edu)

Thu 9/04/08

The Fares Lecture Series Fall 2008‏

Fares Center (Fares-center@tufts.edu)

Fares Center (Fares-center@tufts.edu)

Thu 9/04/08

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