Heimat

Heimat (pron) is a German word with no English equivalent that denotes the relationship of a human being towards a certain spatial social unit. The term forms a contrast to social alienation and usually carries positive connotations. It is often expressed with terms such as home or homeland. ==The meaning of Heimat== Heimat is a German concept. Pe...
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Heimat

[play] Heimat (`Home”; 1893) is a play by the German dramatist Hermann Sudermann. The play, either in the original German or in translations, was commonly also known as Magda, the name of the heroine. It was thought by some to be the most widely known and the most successful drama of the end of the 19th-century. ==Analysis== Its success i...
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Heimat

home, homeland.
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Heimat

home, homeland.
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Heimat

the 'homeland' of the German volk (i.e., The Greater German Reich). Not specific to the Third Reich.
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