Germany, 1866-1945

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Oxford University Press, 1978 - History - 825 pages
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A history of the rise and fall of united Germany, which lasted only 75 years from its establishment by Bismark in 1870. Suitable for A Level and upwards. In the OXFORD HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE series.
 

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Contents

THE UNIFICATION OF GERMANY 18661871 I
1
The Hohenzollern Candidacy in Spain and the Onset
22
THE INSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE EMPIRE
38
THE LIMITATIONS
101
Origins of Bismarcks System of Alliances 18751882
110
THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST SOCIAL DEMOCRACY
140
u Social Insurance Legislation Christian Socialism
150
Changes
157
ill The Constitution the Civil Service the Judiciary
415
REPARATIONS INFLATION AND THE CRISIS
434
Economic and Social Consequences
448
X1I1 WEIMAR CULTURE
469
PARTY POLITICS AND FOREIGN POLICY 19241930
498
THE END OF WEIMAR
534
the Leader and the Party
543
The Search for Diplomatic Success
560

The Succession Question and the Kartell 18841887
164
Socialist Law Coup dtat Politics and
171
Reactions
178
THE NEW COURSE AND THE DETERIORATION
224
n The Break with Russia and its Consequences
230
Congo Samoa Shimoneseki
243
POLITICAL PARTIES INTEREST GROUPS
251
TradeUnionism
266
WELTPOLITIK NAVALISM AND THE COMING
302
THE GREAT WAR 19141918
339
The Last Phase
386
THE ABORTED
396
THE INSTRUMENTS
569
ECONOMIC
602
n The Four Year Flan 19361939
612
Women and National Socialism
627
XV1IL CULTURAL DECLINE AND POLITICAL
638
u Saturday Surprises the Rhineland Coup the Axis
684
HITLERS WAR 19391945
714
Economic Mobilization Public
732
TRANSLATIONS OF THE EPIGRAPHS AND OTHER
765
LIST OF BOOKS AND ARTICLES CITED
774
INDEX
811
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