Rereading German History: From Unification to Reunification, 1800-1996

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The author and publisher would like to thank the following for permission to reproduce material published elsewhere as follows:

Chapter 1. ‘Towards Unification’, The Times Literary Supplement, 4-10 May 1990, pp. 463-4. Chapter 2. ‘Bürgerliche Gesellschaft und charismatische Herrschaft’, Die Zeit, 13 October 1995, pp. 32-3. Chapter 3. ‘Nipperdeys Neunzehntes Jahrhundert: Eine kritische Auseinandersetzung’, Geschichte und Gesellschaft, 20 (1994), pp. 119-39. Chapter 4. Review of Wolfgang J. Mommsen, Das Ringen um den nationalen Staat and Bürgerstolz und Weltmachtstreben (Propyläen Geschichte Deutschlands, Vol. 7/I and 7/II, 1993, 1995), in Bulletin of the German Historical Institute London, 18 (1996), pp. 15-26. Chapter 5. ‘Jenseits der Schattenlinien’, Die Zeit (7 April 1995), p. 30. Chapter 6. ‘Polizei und Gesellschaft in Deutschland von der Aufklärung bis zum Dritten Reich’, Geschichte und Gesellschaft, March 1996; and review of Robert Gellately, The Gestapo and German Society (Oxford University Press, 1990), in Vierteljahreshefte für Zeitgeschichte, 39 (July 1991), pp. 485-8. Chapter 7. Review of David Blackbourn, Marpingen. Apparitions of the Virgin Mary in Bismarckian Germany (Oxford University Press, 1994), in German History, 13 (1995), pp. 121-5. Chapter 8. Review of Christiane Eisenberg, Frühe Arbeiterbewegung und Genossenschaften (Verlag Neue Gesellschaft, 1985), in New German Critique 42 (1987), pp. 188-92. Chapter 9. Reviews of Heinrich August Winkler, Von der Revolution zur Stabilisierung, Der Schein der Normalität and Der Weg in die Katastrophe (Vols 1-3 of Arbeiter und Arbeiterbewegung in der Weimarer Republik, Verlag J.H.W. Dietz Nachf., Berlin, 1984-7), in Journal of Modern History, 58 (June 1986), pp. 572-4 and American Historical Review, 92 (1987), pp. 443-4 and 95 (1990), pp. 195-6. Chapter 10. ‘Weimarama’, The London Review of Books, 8 November 1990, p. 27. Chapter 11. ‘In Search of German Social Darwinism’, in Manfred Berg and Geoffrey Cocks (eds), Medicine and Modernity (Cambridge University Press, 1996). Chapter 12. ‘From Racial Hygiene to Auschwitz’, The Times Higher Education Supplement, 19 January 1990, pp. 18-19. Chapter 13. Review of Rosemarie Leuschen-Seppel, Sozialdemokratie und Antisemitismus

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