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The Politics of Progressive Education

The Odenwaldschule in Nazi Germany

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$82.50 • £66.95 • €74.50

ISBN 9780674687592

Publication Date: 03/01/1992

Short

296 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

1 map, 10 halftones

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  • List of Illustrations*
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • I. Origins
    • 1. Paul Geheeb’s Youth and Educational Apprenticeships, 1870–1909
    • 2. The Odenwaldschule, 1910–1930
    • 3. Outer Dangers and Inner Reforms, 1930–1932
  • II. The Transformation of the Odenwaldschule
    • 4. A Storm Trooper’s Revenge: January–March, 1933
    • 5. Accommodating the Regime: April–June, 1933
    • 6. Emigration or Internal Migration? July–August, 1933
    • 7. The New Faculty’s Reforms: September–October, 1933
    • 8. Confrontation in the Conference: November–December, 1933
    • 9. The Splintering of the School: January–March, 1934
  • III. Consequences
    • 10. The Ecole d’Humanité, 1934–1945
    • 11. The Gemeinschaft der Odenwaldschule, 1934–1945
    • 12. Postwar Developments and Geheeb’s Legacy
  • Conclusion
  • Selected Bibliography
  • Notes
  • Index
  • * Illustrations
    • 1. Paul and Edith Geheeb, 1909.
    • 2. Max Cassirer, October 1928.
    • 3. Werner Meyer, 1930.
    • 4. Heinrich Sachs and Paul Geheeb, 1930.
    • 5. Paul Geheeb and Kameraden during a meeting of the Wartekonferenz.
    • 6. Air bath exercises at the Odenwaldschule.
    • 7. Storm troopers in the Odenwaldschule in March 1933.
    • 8. Gender-segregated marches through the countryside.
    • 9. The Gemeinschaft der Odenwaldschule prepares for sporting events in July 1935.
    • 10. Paul Geheeb with students at the Ecole d’Humanité in the postwar period.

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