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Explores the role of jazz music in the culture of Nazi Germany
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About the Author:
Michael H. Kater is Distinguished Research Professor of History at York University in Toronto. He is the author of numerous books, among them The Nazi Party and Doctors Under Hitler.
"In this admirable and well-researched study, Michael Kater explores the ambiguous relationship that jazz had to the National Socialist state and society, and in the process problematizes the liberating qualities that jazz supposedly possesses. Even more significantly, the manner of the new cultural hsitory, Kater uses his study to illuminate and investigage a number of social, political and cultural issues that engage the interests of specialists in the period."--German Studies Review
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Book Description Replica Books, NJ. US, 2000. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. First This Edition. Published by Replica Books, first published in 2000, an unabridged republication of the work first published by Oxford University press in 1992. ( xii), 291pp, including notes and index. A fine copy, in pictorial laminated cover, owner's name on ffep. Historian and jazz musician Michael Kater explores the underground history of jazz in Hitler's Germany - a dangerous form of expression that thrived in a culture of repression. Reduced to half price 4/2/18 Size: Octavo 23.5 x 15.5 Cm. Hardback. Seller Inventory # 005420