A Short HistoryBook - 1989
Especially useful to general readers and students who require a concise introduction to modern Germany.
The first two chapters interpret the history of central Europe from antiquity through the 18th century providing the background for the 19th and 20th centuries, which are treated in the third and fourth chapters. Twelve original maps, a chronology, and a bibliographical essay are provided.
In this updated revision, the final chapter and the chronology have been extended to provide coverage of developments since the mid-1970s and the bibliographical essay has been expanded to about twice its original length by the inclusion of material on the recent past, new publications on earlier German history, and a number of additional titles on German cultural history.
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