Table of contents for Russian-German special relations in the twentieth century : a closed chapter? / edited by Karl Schláeogel.

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Editorial Preface
Timothy Garton Ash and Gerhard A. Ritter	vii
Contributors	ix
¿Special Relations¿ between Russia and Germany in the 
Twentieth Century ¿ A Closed Chapter?
Karl Schlögel 	1
Before the Great War: German Entrepreneurs in Russia ¿ 
Russian Scholars in Germany. Two Types of Russian-German Relations in the Decades before the First World War
Dittmar Dahlmann	11
Thomas Mann and Others: Russophilism and Sovietophilia 
Among German Conservatives
Gerd Koenen	31
Berlin: ¿Stepmother¿ Among Russian Cities
Karl Schlögel	43
German Emigrants in Soviet Exile: A Drama in Five Acts
Carola Tischler	77
The Strange Allies ¿ Red Army and Reichswehr in the 
Inter-war Period
Manfred Zeidler	99
Facing the Ostfront: The Other War in German Memory
Peter Jahn	119
Patriots or Traitors? ¿ The Soviet Government and the 
¿German Russians¿ After the Attack on the USSR by 
National Socialist Germany
Viktor Krieger	133
¿Vot ona prokliataia Germaniia!¿ Germany in Early 1945 
Through the Eyes of Red Army Soldiers
Elke Scherstjanoi	165
Supervision and Abdication ¿ East German Intellectual 
Life under Soviet Tutelage
Jens Reich	191
German-Russian Relations in the Early Twenty-first Century. 
Some Reflections on Normalcy.
Klaus Segbers	203
Index	217

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Germany -- Foreign relations -- Russia.
Russia -- Foreign relations -- Germany.
Germany -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union.
Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- Germany.
Germany -- Foreign relations -- 20th century.
Russia -- Foreign relations -- 20th century.