The West German Communist Party was banned only eleven years after it had emerged from Nazi persecution. Using material available only since the end of the Cold War, Patrick Major shows how the once-powerful KPD foundered on the unrealistic aims of its East German masters, as well as the anti-communism of the Anglo-American occupiers and the Adenauer government.
The Shackles of the Past: The Spectre of History Looms over the Eurozone Crisis and Germany's Role in It, but It Has Less to Do with Nazism Than with the Traumas and Economic Woes of the 1920s Evans, Richard J..
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Once Divided, Young Germans Reflect on Meaning of Unity Seven Years after the Reunification of East and WestGermany, Differences Remain Ruth Walker, writer of The Christian Science Monitor.
The Christian Science Monitor, October 6, 1997
New Look in West's Leaders Germany's New Chancellor May Join Group of Fiscally Prudent Liberals like Clinton Peter Grier, writer of The Christian Science Monitor.
The Christian Science Monitor, September 30, 1998
Driving for New Rights, States Challenge Germany's Federalism Regional Leaders Are Calling for a Redistribution of Power, Seeking Latitude That Others Worry Could Upset the West's Long-Successful Social Equilibrium Series: As a United Germany Girds for a New Age, Regional Leaders Argue for Rethinking the Distribution of Power between Bonn and the States. Part 3 of Five. * Part 1: A Penchant for the Status Quo * Part 2: Bridging the East-West `Mentality Gap' * Part 3: States Push for Greater Rights under Federalism * Part 4: Keeping the Economic Engine Competitive * Part 5: Wielding Foreign Clout without Inspiring Fear Story Justin Burke, writer of The Christian Science Monitor Photos R. Norman Matheny, photographer of The Christian Science Monitor.
The Christian Science Monitor, October 12, 1994
A Patriot Who Simply Picked the Wrong Side?; the 'Germany Calling' Radio Broadcasts of the Master Propagandist William Joyce (Lord Haw Haw), Right, Terrified Britons with Their Chilling Prophecies. but a Few Years before That He Was Addressing Fascist Meetings in the North West. David Charters Reports