A History of Germany, 1815-1990 (4th New edition)
By: William Carr (author)Paperback
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The formidable economic power and political influence the new Germany is likely to exert in Europe make more desirable than ever an understanding of its past. The latest edition of Carr's classic text and been thoroughly revised and includes a chapter on the revolution of 1989-90.
William Carr is Professor of History at the University of Sheffield
Restoration Germany 1815-1847; the revolution of 1848-1849; Germany in the 1850s; the unification of Germany 1862-1870; the development of the German empire 1871-1890; Bismarck's foreign policy 1871-1890; the Germany of William II 1890-1914; the foreign policy of imperial Germany 1890-1914; the Germany at war 1914-1918; the German revolution 1918-1920; the Weimar Republic: the critical years 1919-1924; the rise and fall of the Weimar Republic 1914-1933; National Socialist Germany 1933-1945; foreign policy and war 1933-1945; foreign policy and war 1933-1945; the two Germanies; the German revolution 1989-1990.
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