Table of contents for Driving Germany : the landscape of the German autobahn, 1930-1970 / Thomas Zeller.

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Table of Contents
Illustrations
Acknowledgments
1. Introduction: Germany and its Autobahn
	A growing overlap: history of technology and environmental history
	Transportation history: the system of mobility
2. Landscape: the Dual Construction
	Physically altered landscapes
	Culturally altered landscapes
3. The Historical Habitat of Landscape-Friendly Roads
 The autobahn in environmental history
 Building technological landscapes on the Rhine and Neckar
 Reconciling nature and technology in the interwar period
 Alwin Seifert and Fritz Todt: a biographic constellation
4. Planning the Autobahn before and after 1933
 The failed autobahn project of the interwar period 
 Building the Nazi autobahn
 The place of the autobahn in the Nazi dictatorship
 Propagandizing the Reichsautobahn
 German Technology (Deutsche Technik) and the Reichsautobahn
5. Conflicts over the Harmonious Road
 Finding a niche for landscape architects 
 Searching for a job description
 Pitting landscape architects against civil engineers
 Marginalizing conservation and spatial planning on the autobahn 
 Legalizing the exclusion of conservation 
6. The Myth of the Green Autobahn
 Road alignment as a subject of controversy 
"One drives faster than I can write": visual consumption on the 
 Reichsautobahnen
	The flora of the Nazi autobahn: contesting native plants 
	An ideology disintegrates: technology in the crisis of 1937 
	The value and cost of landscaping 
	The landscape advocates seek power beyond the autobahn 
7. Reinterpretations: the West German Autobahn, 1949 to 1970
	Autobahnen and the politics of the Bonn Republic 
	Building a federal highway system 
	The postwar trust in numbers 
	"An autobahn is not a hiking path": roadside plantings as safety devices 
	Roadside greenery as a bone of public contention 
8. Conclusion
Bibliography and Sources
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Landscape protection -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.
Express highways -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.
Roadside improvement -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.
National socialism and architecture.
Landscape architecture -- Environmental aspects -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.