Germany: A Modern History

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University of Michigan Press, 1970 - Social Science - 490 pages
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
The Eighteenth Century Hapsburg Versus Hohenzollern 171490
45
France Triumphant 17901814
69
Metternichs Germany 181448
86
The Revolutionary Year 184849
104
The Chastened Fifties 184962
118
The Decade of the Foundation 186271
130
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

Bismarcks Germany I Political 187188
146
Bismarcks Germany II Economic and Social 187188
156
Bismarcks Germany III Intellectual 187188
166
Bismarcks Germany IV Foreign Affairs 187188
177
Germany Jumps a Generation 188890
188
Growing Pains of a Republic 191923
279
The Origins of National Socialism
295
The Germanies in the 1960s
457
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Page viii - George L. Mosse, The Crisis of German Ideology: Intellectual Origins of the Third Reich (New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1964); and idem, Germans and Jews: The Right, the Left, and the Search for a "Third Force" in Pre-Nazi Germany (New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1970).

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