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Architectural Monuments as a Resource: Reworking Heritage and Ideologies in Nazi-Occupied Estonia

Jõekalda, Kristina (2012). Architectural Monuments as a Resource: Reworking Heritage and Ideologies in Nazi-Occupied Estonia. In: Jankevičiūtė, Giedrė; Laučkaitė, Laima (Ed.). Art and Artistic Life during the Two World Wars (273−299).. Vilnius: Lithuanian Culture Research Institute. (Dailės istorijos studijos / Art History Studies; 5).
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Jõekalda, Kristina
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Arhitektuurimälestised kui ressurss. Pärandi ja ideoloogiate tõlgendused/töötlused natsi-Saksa okupeeritud Eestis
Art and Artistic Life during the Two World Wars
Jankevičiūtė, Giedrė; Laučkaitė, Laima
Vilnius
Lithuanian Culture Research Institute
1822-2285
Dailės istorijos studijos / Art History Studies
5
2012
273299
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3.2. Artiklid/peatükid lisas mitte loetletud kirjastuste välja antud kogumikes

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The article deals with ideological aspects relating to heritage and its protection – the potential that architecture might possess in issues of politics and nationalism under extremely volatile conditions, focusing on the reinterpretations of architectural heritage under Nazi occupation, when both the local specialists in heritage affairs and the new state officials (with Karl Heinz Esser of the Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg as the protagonist) depended on the war events in their decisions, but approached the art historical heritage from fundamentally different positions.
architectural monuments, cultural heritage, artistic heritage, heritage conservation, heritage protection, Estonia, interwar period, Nazi-German occupation, Second World War, Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg, looting, plundering