England is regarded as the cradle of Pop Art and spawned numerous unusual positions on the phenomenon of the then revolutionary, new art movement.

Skandale in Deutschland nach 1945

Every section of society has its scandals. Viewed within their respective historical context, scandals provide us with insight into the norms of their time.
Based on twenty particular cases, this book describes the history of scandal: this ranges from protests against the film Die Sünderin in 1951, which the Catholic Church viewed as a moral threat, up to the “Mannesmann/Vodafone” case, which caused outrage at the beginning of the 21st century. When scandals become public, we observe how democracy deals with awkward situations and what society learns from this.

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"Skandale in Deutschland nach 1945"

December 2007

ISBN 978-3-86678-106-1

22,00 x 26,00 cm

216 Pages

148 colored and 74 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German

der Stiftung Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bonn.

Hans Walter Hütter

Heinz Ludwig Arnold, Frank Bösch, Kirsten Burghardt, Steffen Burkhardt, Thomas Flemming, Philipp Gassert, Hans Leyendecker, Marcus Lutter, Andrea Mork, Herfried Münkler, Ehrhart Neubert, Michael Philipp, Wolfram Pyta, Jürgen Reiche, Wolfgang Schmidt, Joachim Scholtyseck, Uwe Spiekermann, Willibald Steinmetz, Bernd Ulrich, Ulrich von Alemann, Philipp-Christian Wachs, Jürgen Wilke, and Andreas Wirsching
The book will be published on the occasion of the exhibition “Skandale in Deutschland nach 1945“, 2007/2008, Stiftung Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bonn.