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Title:
Twentieth-century Germany : politics, culture and society 1918-1990
Author:
Fulbrook, Mary, 1951-
Publication Information:
London : Arnold ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2001.
Physical Description:
vi, 310 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
General Note:
"Except for Ch. 6, originally published as part of Mary Fulbrook, ed., German history since 1800"--T.p. verso.
Language:
English
Contents:
Introduction / Mary Fulbrook -- Germany from war to dictatorship / Richard Bessel -- The German inter-war economy: political choice versuseconomic determinism / Niall Ferguson -- Culture and society in Weimar Germany: the impact of modernism and mass culture / Elizabeth Harvey -- The rise of the Nazis: Sonderweg or spanner in the works? / Jill Stephenson -- Hitler and the Nazi dictatorship / Ian Kershaw -- From Blitzkrieg to total war / Omar Bartov -- The "final solution" / Nicholas Stargardt -- Division and stability: the Federal Republic of Germany, 1949-1989 / Mark Roseman -- The failed experiment: East German communism / Mark Allinson -- Ossis and Wessis: the creation of two German societies, 1945-1990 / Mary Fulbrook -- Culture, history and national identity in the two Germanies, 1945-1999 / Erica Carter -- The end of the GDR: revolution and voluntary annexation / Jonathan Osmond.
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ISBN:
9780340763308

9780340763315
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Book

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This book is a clear and accessible guide to the controversial course of modern German history. A series of intellectually innovative and stimulating essays address key issues and debates, providing both chronological coverage and a thematic approach to modern German politics, economy, society, and culture. Provides analysis of key interpretative issuesRepresents the work of key scholars in the fieldWritten within a clear chronological framework to enhance understanding


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