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The passion of Max von Oppenheim : archaeology and intrigue in the Middle East from Wilhelm II to Hitler / [Lionel Gossman].

By: Gossman, Lionel.
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Publisher: [Cambridge] : Open Book Publishers, [approximately 2013]Description: 1 online resource (XXVI, 388 pages :) : illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781909254220 (electronic bk.); 1909254223 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Oppenheim, Max, Freiherr von, 1860-1946 | Diplomats -- Germany -- Biography | Middle East specialists -- Germany -- Biography | Middle East -- History -- 20th century | Middle East -- AntiquitiesAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Passion of Max von OppenheimDDC classification: 327.2092 Other classification: 15.70 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
FAMILY BACKGROUND, DIPLOMATIC CAREER, ROLE IN WORLD WAR I -- The Oppenheims -- The Charm of the Orient -- Attaché in Cairo. "The Kaiser's Spy" -- The Spectre of Pan-Islamism and Jihad. The Background of Oppenheim's 1914 Denkschrift betreffend die Revolutionierung der islamischen Gebiete Unserer Feinde -- Oppenheim's 1914 Denkschrift -- Promoter of German Economic Expansion and the Berlin-Baghdad Railway -- THE ARCHAEOLOGIST: TELL HALAF -- Discovery and Excavation, Publications and Critical Reception -- Financial Difficulties. The Fate of the Tell Halaf Finds -- "THE KAISER'S SPY" UNDER NATIONAL SOCIALISM. "LEBEN IM NS-STAAT" -- Questions -- The Oppenheims and their Bank under National Socialism -- Waldemar and Friedrich Carl von Oppenheim, so-called "Quarter-Jews", during the National Socialist Regime: Work for the Abwehr (German Counter-Intelligence) and Association with the Conservative "Widerstand" (German Resistance) -- Max von Oppenheim, "Half-Jew," during the National Socialist Regime -- Middle East -- Oppenheim on the Race Question -- Support of the Regime -- Plotting for Nazi Germany. Oppenheim's Role in the Middle East Policy of the Third Reich -- Max von Oppenheim's Last Years -- MAX VON OPPENHEIM'S RELATION TO NATIONAL SOCIALISM IN CONTEXT. SOME RESPONSES OF "NON-ARYAN" GERMANS TO NATIONAL SOCIALISM -- Two Jewish Organizations: the Verband nationaldeutscher Juden (Association of German National Jews) and the Reichsbund jüdischer Frontsoldaten (Jewish War Veterans Association) -- Some Individuals: Schoeps, Pevsner, Kantorowicz, Landmann -- By Way of Conclusion.
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Includes text in German.

I. FAMILY BACKGROUND, DIPLOMATIC CAREER, ROLE IN WORLD WAR I -- The Oppenheims -- The Charm of the Orient -- Attaché in Cairo. "The Kaiser's Spy" -- The Spectre of Pan-Islamism and Jihad. The Background of Oppenheim's 1914 Denkschrift betreffend die Revolutionierung der islamischen Gebiete Unserer Feinde -- Oppenheim's 1914 Denkschrift -- Promoter of German Economic Expansion and the Berlin-Baghdad Railway -- PART II. THE ARCHAEOLOGIST: TELL HALAF -- Discovery and Excavation, Publications and Critical Reception -- Financial Difficulties. The Fate of the Tell Halaf Finds -- PART III. "THE KAISER'S SPY" UNDER NATIONAL SOCIALISM. "LEBEN IM NS-STAAT" -- Questions -- The Oppenheims and their Bank under National Socialism -- Waldemar and Friedrich Carl von Oppenheim, so-called "Quarter-Jews", during the National Socialist Regime: Work for the Abwehr (German Counter-Intelligence) and Association with the Conservative "Widerstand" (German Resistance) -- Max von Oppenheim, "Half-Jew," during the National Socialist Regime -- Middle East -- Oppenheim on the Race Question -- Support of the Regime -- Plotting for Nazi Germany. Oppenheim's Role in the Middle East Policy of the Third Reich -- Max von Oppenheim's Last Years -- PART IV. MAX VON OPPENHEIM'S RELATION TO NATIONAL SOCIALISM IN CONTEXT. SOME RESPONSES OF "NON-ARYAN" GERMANS TO NATIONAL SOCIALISM -- Two Jewish Organizations: the Verband nationaldeutscher Juden (Association of German National Jews) and the Reichsbund jüdischer Frontsoldaten (Jewish War Veterans Association) -- Some Individuals: Schoeps, Pevsner, Kantorowicz, Landmann -- By Way of Conclusion.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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