Cultural Bolshevism


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  • Cultural Bolshevism — Cultural Bolshevism, or in German Kulturbolschewismus, was a term widely used during the Third Reich by critics who denounced modernism in the arts, particularly when seeking to discredit more nihilistic forms of expression. As many modernists… …   Wikipedia

  • Cultural Marxism — is a term referring to a group of Marxists who have sought to apply critical theory to matters of family composition, gender, race, and cultural identity within Western society. Contents 1 Explanation of the Cultural Marxism theory 1.1 Frankfurt… …   Wikipedia

  • Jewish Bolshevism — Jewish Bolshevism, Judeo Bolshevism, Judeo Communism, or in Polish, Żydokomuna, is a pejorative antisemitic expression based on the notion that Jews are responsible for Bolshevism and Communism.The expression was the title of a pamphlet, The… …   Wikipedia

  • National Bolshevism —    A nebulous phenomenon, National Bolshe vism surfaced in 1919 among members of Hamburg s KPD and recurred at intervals (e.g., 1923 and 1930) throughout the Weimar era. Associated chiefly with the preindustrial Mittelstand,* it was marked by… …   Historical dictionary of Weimar Republik

  • Kulturbolschewismus —    The term cultural Bolshevism is difficult to disengage from the extreme Right, especially Nazism. It is tied to an anti Communist notion that cultural and political subversion are intrinsically linked. According to Alfred Rosenberg,* as… …   Historical dictionary of Weimar Republik

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  • Art of the Third Reich — Die Partei, Arno Breker s statue representing the spirit of the Nazi Party The art of the Third Reich, the officially approved art produced in Nazi Germany between 1933 and 1945, was characterized by a style of Romantic realism based on classical …   Wikipedia

  • Austrofascism — ( de. Austrofaschismus) is a term which is frequently used by historians to describe the authoritarian rule installed in Austria between 1934 and 1938. It was based on a ruling party, the Fatherland Front ( Vaterländische Front ) and the Heimwehr …   Wikipedia

  • Anton Webern — Biography Webern was born in Vienna, Austria, as Anton Friedrich Wilhelm von Webern. He never used his middle names and dropped the von in 1918 as directed by the Austrian government s reforms after World War I. After spending much of his youth… …   Wikipedia

  • Paul Renner — (August 9 1878 ndash; April 25 1956) was a typeface designer, most notably of Futura. He was born in Wernigerode, Germany and died in Hödingen.He was born in Prussia and had a strict Protestant upbringing, being educated in 19th century Gymnasium …   Wikipedia

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