Rereading German History: From Unification to Reunification 1800-1996 (英語)
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In this text, the author draws together his review essays on the political, economic, cultural and social history of Germany through war and reunification. This book provides a study of how historians - mainly German, American, British, and French - have provided a series of differing and often conflicting readings of the German past in recent years. It also presents a reconsideration of German history in the light of the recent decline and fall of the German Democratic Republic, collapse of the Berlin Wall and the reunification of Germany.
'A coherent, if contentious, left-liberal view of modern German history ... it flows easily in a sprightly, jargon-free prose ... illuminated by flashes of academic aggression.' – Times Higher Education Supplement商品の説明をすべて表示する
As German unification proceeded on its apparently inevitable course in 1989/90, and Chancellor Kohl scrambled with indecent haste to write his name into the history books as the second Bismarck, images sprang to mind of that previous unification, over a century and a quarter ago, and the consequences it brought to Europe and the world in the following decades. 最初のページを読む
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