State, Social Policy and Social Change in Germany, 1880-1994

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This classic text -- thoroughly revised to take into account the effects of unification -- explores the relationship between state policy and social change in modern German history. Particular emphasis is placed on the Wilhelmine Empire (pre-1918), the Weimar Republic (1918-1933) and West Germany since 1945.Chapters address: - the social implications of industrial medicine since the 19th century;- official attitudes to the employment of female civil servants in the Weimar Republic;- public health in the Weimar Republic; and ...

State, Social Policy and Social Change in Germany, 1880-1994 1997, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, New York

ISBN-13: 9781859731970

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