Society and Politics in Wilhelmine Germany (Routledge Revivals)

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Routledge, Jun 3, 2015 - History - 306 pages

In the search for the causes of the First World War and the origins of Hitler’s ‘Third Reich’, the attention of historians has turned increasingly towards the development of German society under Kaiser Wilhelm II.

These ten essays, first published in 1978, introduced interpretations of Wilhelmine Germany to an English-speaking audience and contributed towards the discussion of these interpretations that were taking place amongst German historians.

This book is ideal for student of history, particularly German history.

 

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Contents

List of Abbreviations
The Crisis of Bülows Chancellorship
Krupp and the Imperial Navy
The State and the AvantGarde in Munich
How it Changed
The Peasant Leagues in Bavaria
German Catholics and
The Feminist Movement and Social
Miners in
The Beginnings of the Socialist Youth
Metalworkers and Revolution
Notes on Contributors

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