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Voices from Captivity: Interpreting the American Pow Narratives (Modern War Studies) - Robert C. Doyle
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University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 2015. Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. While Adolf Hitler's National Socialist government was persecuting Jews and Jehovah's Witnesses and driving forty-two small German religious sects underground, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints continued to practice unhindered. How some fourteen thousand Mormons not only survived but thrived in Nazi Germany is a story little known, rarely told, and occasionally rewritten within the confines of the Church's historyÑfor good reason, as we see in David Conley Nelson's Moroni and the Swastika. A page-turning historical narrative, this book is the first full account of how Mormons avoided Nazi persecution through skilled collaboration with Hitler's regime, and then eschewed postwar shame by constructing an alternative history of wartime suffering and resistance. The Twelfth Article of Faith and parts of the 134th Section of the Doctrine and Covenants function as Mormonism's equivalent of the biblical admonition to "render unto Caesar," a charge to cooperate with civil government, no matter how onerous doing so may be. Resurrecting this often-violated doctrinal edict, ecclesiastical leaders at the time developed a strategy that protected Mormons within Nazi Germany. Furthermore, as Nelson shows, many Mormon officials strove to fit into the Third Reich by exploiting commonalities with the Nazi state. German Mormons emphasized a mutual interest in genealogy and a passion for sports. They sent husbands into the Wehrmacht and sons into the Hitler Youth, and they prayed for a German victory when the war began. They also purged Jewish references from hymnals, lesson plans, and liturgical practices. One American mission president even wrote an article for the official Nazi Party newspaper, extolling parallels between Utah Mormon and German Nazi society. Nelson documents this collaboration, as well as subsequent efforts to suppress it by fashioning a new collective memory of ordinary German Mormons' courage and travails during the war. Recovering this inconvenient past, Moroni and the Swastika restores a complex and difficult chapter to the history of Nazi Germany and the Mormon Church in the twentieth centuryÑand offers new insight into the construction of historical truth. 23 black and white illustrations, 3 maps, 2 tables. David Conley Nelson holds a Ph.D. in history from Texas A&M University. He served six years as an officer in the United States Marine Corps and is now an independent researcher and commercial airline captain. "David Nelson carefully examines the American and German Mormons who developed a small but dedicated cadre of converts in prewar Germany. Nelson shows how, as war became imminent, the Nazis accepted the Mormons and vice versa, whereas some religious communities such as the Jehovah's Witnesses resisted and suffered greatly. This book's critical scope, combined with intensive research and thorough analysis, provides a story of stunning breadth and clarity." ÑRobert C. Doyle, author of The Enemy in Our Hands, A Prisoner's Duty: Great Escapes in U.S. Military History, and Voices from Captivity: Interpreting the American POW Narrative "David C. Nelson's Moroni and the Swastika takes us to the heart of one of the most important questions for our age: How could the Nazi horrors have happened and could they happen again? In this book we learn how ordinary good-living people, driven by faith and the leadership of their church, were not only silent but also colluding. Rather than apportioning blame, this story instead leads readers on a journey toward understanding the consequences for believers 'of conflating God and government.'"ÑChristine Elizabeth King, author of The Nazi State and the New Religions: Five Case Studies in Non-Conformity "With his comprehensive consultation of Mormon sources and astute use of recent German scholarship, David C. Nelson gives an unparalleled view of the remarkable way the LDS Church prospered in Nazi Germany while many other religious minorities suffered."ÑD. Michael Quinn, author of Early Mormonism and the Magic World View, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 2015, Univ Pr of Kansas, 1994-04. Hardcover. Good., Univ Pr of Kansas, 1994-04

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: UNIV PR OF KANSAS], Popularized by books and films like Andersonville, The Great Escape, and The Hanoi Hilton and recounted in innumerable postwar memoirs, the POW story holds a special place in American culture. Robert Doyle shows that, though setting and circumstance may change, POW stories share a common structure and are driven by remarkably similar themes. His study illustrates the timelessness of the POW story and shows why it has retained such enormous power to move and instruct us. Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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Voices from Captivity

Popularized by books and films like Andersonville, The Great Escape, and The Hanoi Hilton and recounted in innumerable postwar memoirs, the POW story holds a special place in American culture. Robert Doyle shows that, though setting and circumstance may change, POW stories share a common structure and are driven by remarkably similar themes. His study illustrates the timelessness of the POW story and shows why it has retained such enormous power to move and instruct us.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780700606634
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0700606637
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1994
Herausgeber: UNIV PR OF KANSAS
370 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,798 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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