Suggestions for Further Reading

General

BARK DENNIS L., and GRESS DAVID R., A History of West Germany ( Oxford, 1989; 2nd edn., 1993).

BERGHAHN VOLKER, Modern Germany: Society, Economy and Politics in the Twentieth Century ( Cambridge, 1982; 2nd edn., 1987).

FULBROOK MARY, The Divided Nation: A History of Germany 1918-1900 ( Oxford, 1991).

PATERSON WILLIAM E., and SOUTHERN DAVID, Governing Germany ( Oxford, 1991).

SMITH GORDON, et al. (eds.), Developments in German Politics ( Basingstoke, 1992).

TURNER HAROLDA., Germany from Partition to Reunification ( New Haven, 1992).


The Division of Germany

DEIGHTON ANNE, The Impossible Peace: Britain, the Division of Germany, and the Origins of the Cold War ( Oxford, 1990).

LITCHFIELD EDWARD H. (ed.), Governing Post-War Germany ( Ithaca, NY, 1953).

MARSHALL BARBARA, The Origins of Post-War German Politics ( London, 1988).

MERKL PETER H., The Origins of the West German Republic ( New York, 1963).


Politicians and Parties

BRAUNTHAL GERARD, The German Social Democrats since 1969: A Party in Power and Opposition ( Boulder, Colo., 1994).

BURNS ROB, and VAN DER WILFRIED WILL, Protest and Democracy in Western Germany ( Basingstoke, 1988).

HEIDENHEIMER ARNOLD J., Adenauer and the CDU ( The Hague, 1960).

KOLINSKY EVA, Parties, Opposition and Society in West Germany ( London, 1984).

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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • Contents vii
  • Abbreviations viii
  • Chronology xi
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Unified, but not United 3
  • 3 - The Adenauer Era 51
  • 4 - The Second Foundation of the Federal Republic 71
  • 5 - The Other Germany 90
  • 6 - Ostpolitik 108
  • 7 - Modell Deutschland 129
  • 8 - A New Germany 155
  • Conclusion 183
  • Appendix I. Tables of Election Results 187
  • Appendix II. Figure of Economic Performance 189
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 190
  • Index 193
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