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Alfred Rosenberg. Diarios 1934--1944 by Jürgen Matthäus, Frank Bajohr

By Jürgen Matthäus, Frank Bajohr

Desaparecidos tras los juicios de Núremberg en 1946, los diarios de Alfred Rosenberg, important ideólogo del Partido Nacional Socialista en Alemania, fueron descubiertos recientemente. Ahora, por primera vez, se presentan en una edición completa, con comentarios de los reconocidos especialistas Jürgen Matthäus y Frank Bajohr. Los escritos de Rosenberg muestran que su papel en los angeles preparación y ejecución del Holocausto ha sido claramente subestimado: Rosenberg fue uno de los antisemitas más virulentos desde l. a. misma fundación del partido nazi y apoyó el genocidio hasta sus últimos momentos. Este documento único ofrece claves importantes acerca de l. a. dinámica de violencia creada por el régimen nacionalsocialista.

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And, as he recognized, this freedom was only limited to the propertied men of the world of letters. 41 A critical examination of the history of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century European (as well as American) cities demonstrates the practical difficulties of supporting a philosophy of equal access given the race, class, and gender segregations and hierarchies that dominated the use of public space. Access to public space was severely restricted in planned and unplanned ways. 42 The problem of being “at home” in public for those left out of the imagination of the bourgeois public sphere has been a long drawn out process that continues into the present century.

But this darkness was not the awe-inspiring darkness of the sublime; this darkness repulsed. William Hunter in his Statistical Account of Bengal, published in 1875, deployed a similar rhetoric to describe the dark, “uninhabited,” jungles of the Sunderbans. 23 The Sunderbans were meant to serve as a contrast to the civilized phenomenon of white Calcutta, while reminding the British residents of the closeness of feral and fearful nature. Preparing the document six decades after Maria Graham penned her description of the Sagar Island, Hunter was in effect extending the impression of the Sagar Island to the Sunderbans, thereby lending administrative authority of a “natural scientist” to a popular British perception.

13 However, Mrs. Sherwood does not seem to be in control at the moment of landing – agitated by the waves and howling naked men. When the colonizer symbolically takes possession of the land – at that moment of landing – an inversion occurs. Mrs. Sherwood is not the surveyor as she disembarks; nature embodied by naked natives takes possession of her, dispossessing her of innate rationality. Such inversions in colonial travel narratives, always declared to be momentary, were necessary to highlight and reassure the norm of objective colonial control.

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