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La pensée religieuse du comte Ernst de Reventlow.Un national-socialiste atypique

Abstract : As a Reichstag elected representative of the Deutschvölkische Freiheitspartei from May 1924 and then as a member of the NSDAP from 1928, as well as a prolific journalist and editor of the "völkisch" periodical publication Der Reichswart, Count Ernst zu Reventlow (1869 ? 1943) has distinguished himself through his activism within the "völkisch" movement and then through the responsibilities he had in NSDAP. It should be remembered that this intellectual and former naval officer, born to a Lutheran aristocratic family in Schleswig-Holstein, did put into words articulate original religious thoughts. Based on the analysis of Reventlow's religious works and the articles with a religious theme in Der Reichwart (1920-1943), this study aims at proving the specificity of his religious thoughts as well as their political and cultural implications in the "völkisch" religious movement, and particularly in the national socialist system.
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Laurence Petrement. La pensée religieuse du comte Ernst de Reventlow.Un national-socialiste atypique. Linguistique. Université de Lorraine, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012LORR0345⟩. ⟨tel-01749370⟩



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