A History of Germany

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In his excellent new book, Peter Wende concentrates on the historical interpretation of the key periods and turning points in the course of the history of Germany from the Romans up to the present and shows that German history was actually the history of many Germanies.
Even a brief glance at the maps of what has, or might have, been called Germany through the ages reveals a kaleidoscope of alterations in shape and composition. Though there are elements of continuity, the history of Germany has been the history of nearly constant change. In this concise introduction to Germany's fascinating past, Peter Wende provides an approachable historical interpretation of the key periods and turning points from Roman times to the present. Wende shows that, throughout the course of 2000 years, German history is actually the history of many Germanies, and that it can be written neither just as the history of a region nor of a political, ethnic or cultural formation. Focussing on key points in Germany's political, social and economic development, this guide is ideal for all those with an interest in the complex and compelling history of one of Europe's main nation-states.
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Weight 0.293000
Author Wende/1
Availability POD
Department Travel Writing
Format Paperback
ISBN 9780333687659
Pages 224
Published 26/11/2004
Publisher Macmillan
Section Travel Writing: General
Series Palgrave Essential Histories Series
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