Rebecca Ayako Bennette


Rebecca Ayako Bennette - Fighting for the Soul of Germany von Rebecca Ayako Bennette (ISBN 978-0-674-06563-5) bestellen. Schnelle Lieferung, auch auf Rechnung - lehmanns.de. Reviewed by Rebecca Ayako Bennette (Department of History, Middlebury College) Published on H-German (March, 2007) Women on the Move As recounted in Kosmos Diakonissenmutterhaus , the first half of the nineteenth century saw an increased interest in welfare and social work within Protestantism.. Rebecca Ayako Bennette’s bold new interpretation demonstrates definitively that from the beginning in 1871, when Wilhelm I was proclaimed Kaiser of a unified Germany, Catholics were actively promoting a German national identity for the new Reich..

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[Harvard Historical Studies, Vol.178.] by Rebecca Ayako Bennette Fighting for the Soul of Germany: The Catholic Struggle for Inclusion after Unification. [Harvard Historical Studies, Vol.178.] by Rebecca Ayako Bennette (pp. 378-379). Historians have long believed that Catholics were late and ambivalent supporters of the German nation. Rebecca Ayako Bennette's bold new interpretation demonstrates definitively that from the beginning in 1871, when Wilhelm I was proclaimed Kaiser of a unified Germany, Catholics were actively promoting a German national identity for the new Reich.. Fighting for the Soul of Germany: The Catholic Struggle for Inclusion After Unification. By Rebecca Ayako Bennette. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. 2012..

Tra le religioni maggiormente praticate in Germania il cristianesimo è quella con un più vasto numero di aderenti, corrispondente all'incirca al 58,9% dell'intera popolazione del paese. Le due maggiori confessioni religiose rappresentate sono la Chiesa cattolica romana e la Chiesa evangelica in Germania, confederazione del protestantesimo.