A History of Modern Germany: 1871 to Present

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Prentice Hall, 1995 - Germany - 373 pages
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A general survey of the political, social, economic, intellectual and cultural history of Germany from national unification in 1871 to political division in 1945 and reunification in 1990. A new chapter on Germany since 1990 has been added.

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I know it seems silly to add a straight-up textbook to my list, but I genuinely liked reading this (at least the 1871-1945 portion, the scope of the class). It was short, for one thing, at least as textbooks go, and it was paperback, and it read clearly and easily, and was fascinating. Read full review


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Dietrich Orlow is professor emeritus of history at Boston College, and the recognized authority on the history of the Nazi Party. He lives in Washington State.

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