British Images of Germany: Admiration, Antagonism & Ambivalence, 1860-1914 (Britain and the World)
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Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and other First Nations people are advised that this catalogue contains names, recordings and images of deceased people and other content that may be culturally sensitive. Book [text, volume] , Online - Google Books. Separate chapters keep the analysis focused and the reader engaged.
So did the labels used to describe it. Yet the modern age brought not only a variety of perceptions but also uniformity of experience. All rights reserved. When Scully digs deeper into actual and fictive British encounters with Germany, he pro- vides a splendid read.
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Some of his best passages describe the actions and opinions of British tourists trapped in Germany in the summers of , and Both the reality and the commercial packaging of war and war propaganda complicated any nascent sympathy or antipathy for Germany. The dozens of political cartoons reproduced in Chapters 13—16 are well integrated into the analysis; they alone are worth the price of the book. They come mainly from the British periodicals Punch and Judy and Fun. The inclusion of so many illustrations has many ben- efits and a few costs. The latter include only fleeting reference to the broader literature on British—German cultural affinities and cursory attention to the larger political mean- ings that diplomats, statesmen, newspaper editors and others imparted to these cartoons.
Scully gives due credit to the volume on Wilhelmine Germany and Edwardian Britain In these ways, the author is not able to sustain the ambivalence and ambiguity he has earlier discovered in British attitudes towards Germany.
It would be a pity if such doubts inclined readers to mine this stimulating work for only pithy quotes or funny cartoons. Hence this book is an important contribution to scholarly debates about cultural transfers, flows and networks in the era of globalization.