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Nature in German history / edited by Christof Mauch.

Contributor(s): Mauch, Christof.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Berghahn Books, 2004Description: 136 str. : ilustr. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1571814388.Subject(s): Njemačka | povijest okoliša | okoliš | ekohistorija
Contents:
Introduction : Nature and nation in transatlantic perspective / Christof Mauch -- "Conquests from barbarism" : taming nature in Frederick the Great's Prussia / David Blackbourn -- The political ecology of the Rhine / Marc Cioc -- Landscape as history : Pückler-Muskau, the "green prince" of Germany / Linda Parshall -- All of Germany a garden? Changing ideas of wilderness in German garden design and landscape architecture / Joachim Wolschke-Bulmahn -- For nation and prosperity, health and a green environment : protecting nature in West Germany, 1945-1970 / Sandra Chaney -- Waldsterben : the construction and deconstruction of an environmental problem / Franz-Josef Brüggemeier.
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Introduction : Nature and nation in transatlantic perspective / Christof Mauch -- "Conquests from barbarism" : taming nature in Frederick the Great's Prussia / David Blackbourn -- The political ecology of the Rhine / Marc Cioc -- Landscape as history : Pückler-Muskau, the "green prince" of Germany / Linda Parshall -- All of Germany a garden? Changing ideas of wilderness in German garden design and landscape architecture / Joachim Wolschke-Bulmahn -- For nation and prosperity, health and a green environment : protecting nature in West Germany, 1945-1970 / Sandra Chaney -- Waldsterben : the construction and deconstruction of an environmental problem / Franz-Josef Brüggemeier.

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