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  1. GermanY1918-1933:A People in crisis

  2. The German Trenches

  3. Kaiser Wilhelm II

  4. The “Victory Deception”

  5. British Naval Blockade of Germany

  6. The German navy mutiny rather than be forced to confront the British and be slaughtered. This fosters a sense of seething anger among the German people.

  7. German Surrender:11AM on 11/11/18 Cessation of Fighting Withdrawal of German Troops from Foreign Territories Exchange of Prisoners Demolition of German Warships & Submarines REPARATIONS

  8. Hyperinflation (1921-1924)

  9. Dresden 1905

  10. Edvard Munch’s The Scream . . . A major influence

  11. EXPRESSIONISM:a style of painting, music, film, or drama in which the artist attempts to communicate emotional experience rather than impressions of the external world

  12. Emil Nolde’sMasks (1911) (watercolor)

  13. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner’s Berlin Street Scene(1913)

  14. Franz Marc’s Fate of the Animals (1913) . . . Marc died in battle the very next year

  15. Robert Weine’sThe Cabinet of Doctor Caligari(1920)

  16. G. W. Pabst’s Pandora’s Box (1929)

  17. Advertisement for Paul Wegener’s Der Golem(1920)

  18. Josef Von Sternberg’s The Blue Angel (1930)

  19. Oneiricism . . . The Nightmarish Vision

  20. “Dreams are often most profound when they seem the most crazy.” ― Sigmund Freud

  21. What is Munch saying here?

  22. Chiaroscuro: the purposeful use of light and shadow in a work of art

  23. F. W. Murnau’sNosferatu (1922)

  24. The Femme Fatale

  25. from Fritz Lang’s M (1931)

  26. Geometrical Absurdity

  27. How do the geometrics in Fritz Lang’s Metropolis reflect the nature of the city?

  28. Most Common Themes in WC . . .

  29. Madness

  30. Betrayal

  31. 1933

  32. Hollywood

  33. Money and Safety

  34. And . . . The Birth of Film Noirto be continued . . .