Modern Germany Reconsidered, 1870-1945


In this major textbook, leading international scholars provide clear, concise summaries of many of the most important controversies and developments in German history from 1870-1945. Twelve contributors, distinguished for their detailed and original work in a particular area, summarise the nature of the controversies, explain the various interpretations, and offer their own conclusions and arguments. Modern Germany Reconsidered follows the chronological development of the whole range of modern German history, whilst highlighting themes of special interest: the role of women, economics, German liberalism, the Holocaust.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Geoff Eley
  • James Retallack
  • Holger H. Herwig
  • Larry Eugene Jones
  • Dieter Langewiesche
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1992


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