Makes use of police reports, witness statements, newspaper accounts, and professional publications to examine public and private responses to homicidal violence in Berlin during the Weimar era. Developments in police practice in Berlin had important implications for an emerging culture of mutual surveillance that was successful both because and in spite of the incompleteness of the system police sought to construct, and that in many ways anticipated the culture of denunciation in the Nazi period.
Publisher: The University of Michigan Press ISBN: 9780472117246 Number of pages: 272 Weight: 567 g Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 28 mm
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