Germanophilia

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Germanophilia (also: Teutonophilia) literally means love or friendship of Germans or Germany.

Germanophobia

Germanophobia is a sometimes used word, implying irrational fear and hatred, such as that created by the Allied psychological warfare during and after the World Wars.

See also

Literature

  • Peter Watson: The German Genius: Europe's Third Renaissance, the Second Scientific Revolution and the Twentieth Century, Simon & Schuster UK (2011), ISBN 978-1416526155
  • Ben Donald: Springtime for Germany: Or How I Learned to Love Lederhosen, Brown Book Group (2007), ISBN 978-0316732475
  • Paul Smith: German Secrets: Achtung to Zeitgeist, 2009, ISBN 978-3839192290
  • Kuno Francke: German Ideals of Today, Adamant Media Corporation (2005), ISBN 978-1402198359
  • Walter John Morris: John Quincy Adams, Germanophile, Pennsylvania State University (1963)
  • Arthur Coleman Danto, Jean-Marie Schaeffer and Steven Rendall: Art of the Modern Age: Philosophy of Art from Kant to Heidegger, Princeton University (2000)
  • Norton Fausto Garfield: Germanophile: Culture of Germany, Anti-German sentiment, Romanticism, Philhellenism, Anim Publishing (2012), ISBN 978-620-1-97988-8
  • Stefan Zeidenitz: The Xenophobe's Guide to the Germans, Oval Books (2008), ISBN 978-1906042332
  • Cathy Dobson: Planet Germany, Grosvenor House Publishing (2007), ISBN 978-1906210489
  • Steven Somers: Those Crazy Germans!: A Lighthearted Guide to Germany, Xlibris (2008), ISBN 978-1436335201