Politics and Culture in Modern Germany: Essays from the New York Review of Books

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In this collection of 30 superb essays, Gordon A. Craig, distinguished historian of Germany, examines German politics and culture from the 18th century to the present. Topics range from the political history of Germany from 1770 to 1866, Bismarck, Emperor William II, Germany and the First World War, Thomas Mann, and the architects Karl Friedrich Schinkel and Gottfried Semper. He considers the Third Reich -- its political history, major figures, foreign policy and the coming of the war, and varieties of resistance to Nazism ...

Politics and Culture in Modern Germany: Essays from the New York Review of Books 1999, Society for the Promotion of Science & Scholarship, Incorporated, Seattle

ISBN-13: 9780930664220

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