6 edition of Germany and the European East in the twentieth century found in the catalog.
Germany and the European East in the twentieth century
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Eduard Mühle.|
|Series||German historical perspectives series -- 17, German historical perspectives -- 17.|
|LC Classifications||DD120.E852 G48 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 187 p. :|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||2003000660|
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Germany and the European East in the Twentieth Century (German Historical Perspectives) by Eduard Mühle Germany and the European East in the twentieth century book Hardcover.
Summary: This work looks at the complicated relationship between Germany and the European East during the short twentieth century. It looks at the social, cultural and political contexts during the Weimar Republic, the Third Reich and the Federal Republic.
This work looks at the complicated relationship between Germany and the European East during the short twentieth century. It looks at the social, cultural and political contexts during the Weimar Republic, the Third Reich and the Federal Republic.
Book: Germany and the European East in the Twentieth Century Eduard Mühle (ed.) Berg ISBN: ; pp. Reviewer: John Hiden Professor of Modern European History, University of Bradford.
‘Germany and the European East in the Twentieth Century’– the subject evokes a rather difficult, delicate and unfriendly relationship overshadowed by conflict and catastrophe. The book looks at the social, cultural and political contexts that shaped the German image of the East during the Weimar Republic, the Third Reich and the Federal Republic.
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