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Das Ende einer Wahlverwandtschaft. Der Erste Weltkrieg als Zäsur in den Beziehungen zwischen Deutschland und den Nordischen Ländern.

The End of an Elective Affinity. World War One as a turning point in the relations between Germany and the Nordic countries.

Atli Magnus Seelow (Institutionen för arkitektur)
Der Erste Weltkrieg als Zäsur? Kontinuitäten und Brüche in der Architektur, Stadt- und Freiraumplanung. (2014)
[Konferensbidrag, refereegranskat]

From the mid-19th century on mutually close cultural relations, also described as "elective affinity", grow between Germany and the Nordic countries; they are severely disrupted by World War One. In this article the continuities and discontinuities in these cultural relations are traced – on the basis of the historical turning point of World War I –, in order to understand the different developments in the fields of architecture, urban planning as well as arts and crafts.

Nyckelord: History of architecture, World War 1, cultural relations, Germany, Nordic Countries


Paper presented at the conference "Der Erste Weltkrieg als Zäsur? Kontinuitäten und Brüche in der Architektur, Stadt- und Freiraumplanung — The First World War as Caesura? Continuities and Ruptures in Architecture, Urban Planning and Open Space Development" in Kassel, 16th–17th October 2014, organized by the University of Kassel, Germany, and the Center for Metropolitan Studies, TU Berlin, Germany.



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