Germany on the March A Reinterpretation of War and Domestic Politics Over the Past Two Centuries
Jonathan Martin Kolkey (Author)
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Should we ever trust Germany to behave itself? This work attempts to answer such a question, treating familiar material in a fresh manner. The author explores the actual people, events and ideas behind this stream of disturbing images and distrust associated with Germany. Kolkey also provides special reference to the central role of domestic politics, relating it to the decision-making process involved in the outbreak of all modern German wars. The book should help students of German history to understand the current situation in the country and should also be of interest to the reader who is interested in serious non-fiction. maps
About the Author
Jonathan Martin Kolkey is an Instructor at Coastline Community College and Adjunct Professor at Shapman University in California.
- Contributor: Jonathan Martin Kolkey
- Imprint: University Press of America
- ISBN13: 9780761800309
- Number of Pages: 340
- Packaged Dimensions: 164x231x23mm
- Packaged Weight: 612
- Format: Hardback
- Publisher: University Press of America
- Release Date: 1996-03-19
- Binding: Hardback
- Biography: Jonathan Martin Kolkey is an Instructor at Coastline Community College and Adjunct Professor at Shapman University in California.
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