Germany, a Companion to German Studies

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interchanging currents of thought have been fully discussed in the chapters which follow on Literature and Philosophy.


BIBLIOGRAPHY TO CHAPTER I

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Bithell, Jethro. Germany. In Hutchinson's Pictorial Encyclopedia. London, 1943

Briggs, Martin S. Freiburg and the Black Forest. London, 1936

Dickinson, Robert E. The Regions of Germany. London, 1945

Diesel, Eugen. Germany and the Germans. Translated by W. D. Robson-Scott. London, 1931

Hawgood, John A. The Evolution of Germany. ( Methuen's Home Study Books.) London, 1955.

Ludwig, Emil. The Germans. London, 1942

Ratzel, Friedrich. Deutschland. Berlin, 6th ed., 1931

Remme, Karl. Deutschland. Berlin, 3rd ed., 1929

Riehl, W. H. Von deutscher Landes- und Volkskunde. (Hirts deutsche Sammlung.) Breslau

Schuster, George Naumann. The Germans: An Enquiry and an Estimate. New York, 1932

Barraclough, G. Factors in German History. Oxford, 1946

Deutsche Stammeskunde (a series of monographs: Westfälische Stammeskunde, Rheinische St.k., Schwäbische St.k., etc.). Eugen Jena Dieterichs

Much, Rudolf. Deutsche Stammeskunde. Sammlung Göschen. Leipzig, 1900

Zaunert, Paul. Die Stämme im neuen Reich. Jena, 1933

Hofstaetter, W., and Panzer, F. Grundziige der Deutschkunde. Bd. 1. Bd. 2 von W. Hofstaetter und F. Schnabel. Teubner, Leipzig, 1925-29

Hofstaetter, W., and Peters, Th. Sachwörterbuch der Deutschkunde. Leipzig, 1929-30

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