Germany: A Modern History

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University of Michigan Press, 1970 - History - 490 pages
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A dominantly political and social approach to Germany's history through the centuries from its pre-Christian era to today.
  

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Contents

The Formation of Modern Germany to 1500
3
Religious Conflict and Territorial Triumph 15001714
20
X
22
in The Eighteenth Century Hapsburg Versus Hohenzollern 171490
45
France Triumphant 17901814
69
Metternichs Germany 181448
86
The Revolutionary Year 184849
104
vn The Chastened Fifties 184962
118
Wilhelmian Germany I Domestic 18901914
195
Wilhelmian Germany II Foreign Affairs 18901914
206
World War I 191418
218
Defeat in 1918
233
Revolution in 1918
243
Birth Pangs of a Republic 191819
252
The National Constituent Assembly at Weimar 1919
262
The Treaty of Versailles 1919
270

The Decade of the Foundation 186271
130
Bismarcks Germany I Political 187188
146
Bismarcks Germany II Economic and Social 187188
156
Bismarcks Germany Ill Intellectual 187188
166
Bismarcks Germany IV Foreign Affairs 187188
177
xin Germany Jumps a Generation 188890
188
Growing Pains of a Republic 191923
279
The Origins of National Socialism
295
Fools Paradise of a Republic 192429
306
Occupied Germany 194549
425
The Germanies in the 1960s
457
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