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  • Von Zeit und Macht

  • Herrschaft und Geschichtsbild vom Großen Kurfürsten bis zu den Nationalsozialisten
  • By: Christopher Clark
  • Narrated by: Frank Arnold
  • Length: 9 hrs and 34 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: History, Europe

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Publisher's Summary

Wer die Geschichte kennt, kann die Gegenwart verstehen

Wie entsteht Macht? Wie wird sie begründet und erhalten? Und welche Rolle spielen dabei Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft?

Anhand von Kurfürst Friedrich Wilhelm, Friedrich II., Otto von Bismarck und dem NS-Regime analysiert Bestseller-Autor Christopher Clark, wie unterschiedlich Geschichtsbewusstsein und die eigene Verortung in der Geschichte bei den verschiedenen Machthabern ist. Inmitten des Brexit, der Präsidentschaft von Donald Trump ‎und Putins vierter Amtszeit, wirft Clark aber auch einen kritischen Blick auf unsere eigene Epoche und die momentanen Strukturen von Selbstlegitimation und Machtverständnis.

Frank Arnold präsentiert historische Geschichtsbestseller mit einprägsamer Stimme, der man gerne über viele Stunden zuhört.

©2018 Christopher Clark / DVA. Übersetzung von Norbert Juraschitz (P)2018 Random House Audio

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  • 21-08-2020


Although his book "Sleepwalkers" is superb, this tome is pedantic and esoteric. It is more the ruminations of a graduate seminar than a concise work meant for a thoughtful public. The book rambles into abstruse sidelines, and lacks focus or clear purpose, I'm a Ph.D. used to this academic style, but trying to listen to the desultory musings in the preface almost stopped me. Although very interested in this topic, I did not make it through part 2 and returned the book to audible to redeem my credit. I'm sorry to see something with such a lack of clarity, without a distinct theme, come from such an excellent scholar and writer. It's worth a rewrite, though.

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