Kurze Geschichte der Beziehungen zwischen Hiroshima und Deutschland vom 20. Jahrhundert bis zum Gegenwart—Begleitend zur Exkursion des der Strahlung ausgesetzten Klosters, Briefe von Einstein und die Straßenbahn Hiroshimas—20世紀から現在までの広島・ドイツ交流小史─被爆修道院,アインシュタインからの手紙,広島の路面電車の実地見学のための手引き─

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Kurze Geschichte der Beziehungen zwischen Hiroshima und Deutschland vom 20. Jahrhundert bis zum Gegenwart—Begleitend zur Exkursion des der Strahlung ausgesetzten Klosters, Briefe von Einstein und die Straßenbahn Hiroshimas—20世紀から現在までの広島・ドイツ交流小史─被爆修道院,アインシュタインからの手紙,広島の路面電車の実地見学のための手引き─
Title Alternative
The Brief History of the Relationship between Hiroshima and Germany in the 20th Century to the Present : A Guidebook for the Fieldwork of the Atom-bombed Abbey, Letters from Einstein, Streetcars in Hiroshima
Author
氏名 竹林 栄治
ヨミ タケバヤシ エイジ
別名 Takebayashi Eiji
Abstract

This article is intended as a teaching material for students who participate in a fieldwork about the brief history of the cultural and technical exchanges between the city of Hiroshima and Germany after the WWII or as a guidebook for foreign tourists, especially for those who come from German-speaking countries. Ultimately it aims to provide the foreign travelers with a “language barrier free situation” by using their mother tongue. The shortage of publications such as pamphlets or guidebooks that describe the brief history of the mutual exchanges between Hiroshima and Germany in foreign languages, particularly in German, has motivated the author to prepare this article. Moreover there are a few explanations about the subject for them in German and other European languages like English and French. Considering the growing number of European tourists, especially Germans, who came to Hiroshima in recent years, I think it is worth preparing the guidebook in German. This article will provide students, foreign travelers and devotees of history with an opportunity to learn about the brief history of the mutual exchanges between Hiroshima, a city grown as the capital of peace of the world, and Germany. This article will describe the atom-bombed abbey for the Jesuits in Nagatsuka and a German monk, letters from Ein Stein to a Japanese philosopher, and the development of the streetcars in Hiroshima. In the near future, translations of the article into English and French are forthcoming.

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Journal Title
広島経済大学研究論集
Volume
41
Issue
3
Spage
145
Epage
153
Published Date
2018-12-31
Publisher
広島経済大学経済学会
ISSN
0387-1444
NCID
AN00408380
Language
ger
NIIType
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version
出版社版
Set
hue