xix, 524 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Formatted Contents Note
The interconnectedness of the nobility: strategies to preserve privilege through the Great War The Princes Von Hessen during the Weimar Republic: tribulations, the high life, and Fascist flirtations Nazi high society: making Hitler "Salonfähig" and helping the Nazis to power A place in the Reich: princely careers in the Nazi state Roles in an increasingly radical regime Miscalculation and misfortune Postwar justice: denazification and (partial) dispossession Rebuilding a life: Schloss Fasanerie, financial viability, and burdens of the past Understanding German princes in the twentieth century.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 471-495) and index.