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  • The idea of German cultural regions in the Third Reich : the work of Franz Petri
  • Cultural studies ; German school ; History of geography ; Research ; Twentieth Century ; Years 1920-29
  • was a pioneering figure in the so-called Kulturraumforschung school. His method involved an attempt to reconstruct Germanic cultural traditions and legacies in Belgium and northern France through a detailed investigation of Medieval field and place names, burial
  • The article considers the German idea of the cultural region between the wars, with particular reference to the work of Franz Petri. Drawing on a self-consciously modern integration of archaeological, historical and geographical research, he
  • Ludwig Leichhardt. A German geologist of the Vormätz period
  • Australia ; Biography ; Biology ; Exploration ; Geographic school ; Geology ; German school ; History ; Nineteenth Century ; Scientific expedition
  • Geography education in West German high schools : do four years make a difference?
  • Description of the geography program in secondary schools in West Berlin FRG where students receive much more exposure to the subject than in the USA. Geography teachers are better trained than their American counterparts, but problems of geography
  • Pioneers of modern geography : translations pertaining to German geographers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
  • Bibliography ; Biography ; Century 19th ; Century 20th ; Geographic school ; German school ; History of geography
  • Introductory essay, bibliography and translated extracts of published works by and about five notable German geographers : A. Meitzen (1822-1910); E. Hahn (1856-1928); O. Schluter (1872-1959); S. Passarge (1866-1958); and K. Sapper (1866-1945
  • Zur Entwicklung der Schulkartographie in der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik. (The development of School cartography in the German Democratic Republic)
  • School cartography is a special theory of designing and using maps within the more general system of theoretical cartography. In the G.D.R., school cartography has developed into an interdisciplinary research field of its own through close
  • cooperation among educal institutions and publishing houses, having a bias towards and receiving suggestions from practical work in schools. (HL).
  • German geographical research on North America. A bibliography with comments and annotations
  • Bibliography ; Geographic research ; Geography ; German school ; North America ; Research
  • 40 years after : German geography, developments, trends and prospects 1952-1992. A report to the International Geographical Union
  • Geographic research ; German school ; History of geography ; Research
  • German geographical research 1996-1999. Bibliography of publications in geographical series
  • Bibliography ; Geography ; German school ; Research
  • Urban values: a review of japanese and german attitudes
  • Paper first gives definitions of the categories of regional country and country region occurred in a number of region theory schools (German, English, French) of international geographical science. Hungarian geography was mainly influenced
  • by the German school. Author investigates theoretical scientific aspects of region theory in Hungarian geography until 1948. - (JS)
  • German social geography with particular reference to the Munich School
  • Between German and French geography. In search of the origins of the Utrecht school
  • Concept ; Geographer ; Geographic school ; German school ; Germany ; Scientific publication
  • Biography ; Geographic school ; German school ; Germany ; Scientific publication
  • Australia ; Biography ; Geographic school ; German school ; History ; Nineteenth Century ; Scientific expedition
  • Appropriation of land ; Determinism ; Geographic school ; Geographical thought ; Geopolitical strategy ; Geopolitics ; German school ; Germany ; History of ideas ; Ideology ; Man-environment relations ; Political geography ; Power ; Territorial
  • to a characterization of the attempts, the German made at actually conquering a Lebensraum in the East. The influence of the doctrine on Nazi ideology, including on Hitler and Himmler themselves, is emphasized, and attention is paid to the geopolitical consequences
  • , most especially as regards German politics in the first half of the 20th century. - (BJ)
  • Human and regional geography in the German speaking lands in the first forty years of the twentieth century; an outsiders view
  • Determinism ; Geographic school ; Geographical thought ; German school ; History of geography ; Human geography ; Regional geography ; Twentieth Century
  • Eighteenth Century ; Geographical knowkedge ; Geopolitics ; German school ; History of geography ; Ideology ; Nineteenth Century ; Twentieth Century
  • This article presents ideas and creative concepts from leading German geographers and economists of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Through their pioneering achievements, these academics contributed to the emergence of geopolitics
  • in the twentieth century. The presented scientific achievements of German scholars formed the basis for modern anthropogeography (under J.G. Herder, K. Ritter, E. Kapp, E.M. Arndt and A. Kirchhoff), as well as the doctrine of the economy of the great area (under
  • J.G. Fichte, K.F. Nebenius, F. List, P. de Lagarde, C. Frantz and G. Schmoller). In its final part, the article discusses some other research trends that have influenced the development and ideological face of German geopolitics. – (BJ)
  • Biography ; Canada ; German school ; Research
  • Geographer ; Geographic research ; German school ; Human geography ; Research ; Teaching of geography ; Twentieth Century