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Germany since 1789 (2nd Edition)

A Nation Forged and Renewed

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This essential text provides a clear and engaging introduction to the history of modern Germany. The updated and expanded new edition now takes the story back to 1789 and brings it right up to the present day, adopting a...

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This essential text provides a clear and engaging introduction to the history of modern Germany. The updated and expanded new edition now takes the story back to 1789 and brings it right up to the present day, adopting a controversy-led approach throughout. Visual evidence, maps, documents and key event boxes support the text and aid learning.

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Includes a section of documents, ideal for students to analyse and teachers to use in the classroom
The new edition is controversy-led
Updated and expanded, yet still an accessible size, it covers a broad chronological span

List of Illustrations
List of Maps
Preface
Acknowledgements
Maps
PART I: GERMANY UNIFIED, 1789-1871 1. Germany Recast: The French Revolutionary Wars and the Vienna Settlement, 1789-1815
2. The Post-War Era, 1815-1847: Restoration and Change.
3. Revolution and Reaction, 1847-1858
4. The Unification of Germany, 1858-1871
PART II: THE SECOND EMPIRE, 1871-1918 5. Economic, Social and Cultural Transformation
6. Domestic Politics from Bismarck to Bethmann Hollweg
7. German Foreign Policy, 1871-1914
8. Germany at War, 1914-1918
PART III: THE WEIMAR REPUBLIC AND THE THIRD REICH 9. Revolution and Instability, October 1918-1923 
10. Partial Stabilization, 1924-1929
11. The Change of Regime: The Collapse of Weimar and the Formation and Consolidation of the Third Reich, 1930-1934
12. The Third Reich, 1933-1939
13. Expansion, War and Defeat
PART IV: PARTITION AND UNIFICATION 14. Occupation and Division, 1945-49
15. The Cold war and the Two Germanies, 1950-1988
16. Domestic Developments in the Two German States, 1949-1963
17. The Decades of Challenge: The Two Germanies, 1963-1988
18. Reunification and After 
PART V: ASSESSMENT 19. Is There a German Sonderweg?
PART VI: DOCUMENTS Notes and References 
Bibliography 
Glossary and Abbreviations 
Index.
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David Williamson is a former head of History and is now a freelance writer and lecturer. He has written widely on German and international history.

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David Williamson is a former head of History and is now a freelance writer and lecturer. He has written widely on German and international history.

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