Germany: A New History

Germany: A New History

by Hagen Schulze
     
 

In one concise volume, Hagen Schulze brilliantly conveys the full sweep of German history, from the days of the Romans to the fall of the Berlin Wall. A lavish array of illustrations provides a lively counterpoint to Schulze's elegantly written narrative.See more details below

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In one concise volume, Hagen Schulze brilliantly conveys the full sweep of German history, from the days of the Romans to the fall of the Berlin Wall. A lavish array of illustrations provides a lively counterpoint to Schulze's elegantly written narrative.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780674005457
Publisher:
Harvard University Press
Publication date:
05/28/2001
Pages:
368
Sales rank:
392,893
Product dimensions:
5.19(w) x 8.51(h) x 0.66(d)

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Table of Contents

Preface

1. The Roman Empire and German Lands (to 1400)

2. Transitions (1400-1648)

3. Twilight of the Empire (1648-1806)

4. The Birth of the German Nation (1806-1848)

5. Blood and Iron (1848-1871)

6. German Possibilities: A Digression

7. A Nation State in the Center of Europe (1871-1890)

8. Unification and the Dream of World Power (1890-1914)

9. The Great War and Its Aftermath (1914-1923)

10. Weimar: Brief Glory and Decline (1924-1933)

11. German Megalomania (1933-1942)

12. The End of the Third Reich and a New Beginning (1942-1949)

13. A Divided Nation (1949-1990)

14. Epilogue: What Is the German's Fatherland?

Suggested Readings

Illustration Credits

Index

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