A History of Modern Germany Since 1815

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A&C Black, Jan 1, 2003 - History - 730 pages
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An accessible textbook for courses on modern German history.
  

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Contents

From Generation to Generation
1
The Romantic Age 181540
25
The 1840s and the Revolutions
59
The Age of Realism 185071
90
An Anxious Generation 187190
129
Germany 18501913
139
Neoclassical Facade and Modernist Revolt 18901914
180
regions of Germany 18801910
196
numbers of deputies
392
The Nazi Generation
420
The Road to War and the Holocaust
457
Divided
496
Berlin 196268
498
West and East Germany after
558
Women and feminism
584
Could Germany become normal? Postmodern identity
600

Literature
205
Urban culture and modern culture
214
Politics Governance and Diplomacy between Neoclassicism
223
The First World War
270
Das Soldatenbad 1915
300
The Weimar Republic 191833
323
The Politics of Feeling and the Search for Stability
370
Reunification and Reunited Germany
614
Taxes wealth and class
640
Citizenship and identity
648
The past that has still not gone away
660
BIBLIOGRAPHY
668
INDEX
714
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Tipton is associate professor of economic history at the University of Sydney

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