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Twentieth-century Germany

A. J. Ryder

Twentieth-century Germany

from Bismarck to Brandt.

by A. J. Ryder

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Published by Macmillan in London .
Written in English


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A History of Twentieth-Century Germany provides a survey of German history during a century of extremes. Ulrich Herbert sees German history in the 20th century as determined by two contradictory perspectives.5/5(1).

The period from defeat in the First World War to defeat in the Second World War saw Germany experience two political extremes: its first attempt at democracy, with the abdication of the Kaiser and the proclamation of a republic on 9 Novemberand one of the most reprehensible dictatorships of the modern age, following the appointment of Hitler as Chancellor on 30 January /5(3).

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Twentieth-Century Germany: From Bismarck to Brandt. The eight decades of German history which are the subject of this book have seen in Germany upheavals and transformations such as no other country has experienced in so short a space of time.4/5.

Germany in the 20th century endured two world wars, a failed democracy, Hitler's dictatorship, the Holocaust, and a country divided for 40 years after World War II. But it has also boasted a strong welfare state, affluence, liberalization and globalization, a successful democracy, and the longest period of peace in European history.

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