SUBJECT OF BOOKS
David Art. The Politics of the Nazi Past in Germany and Austria. Cambridge University Press. 2006. 231pp.
David E. Barclay; Eric D. Weitz (editors). Between Reform and Revolution: German Socialism and Communism from 1840 to 1990. Berghahn Books. 1998. 580pp.
Frank Biess; Mark Roseman; Hanna Schissler (editors). Conflict, Catastrophe and Continuity: Essays on Modern German History. Berghahn Books. 2007. 406pp.
David Blackbourn; Richard J. Evans (editors). The German Bourgeoisie: Essays on the Social History of the German Middle Class from the Late Eighteenth to the Early Twentieth Century. Routledge. 1993. 368pp.
Thomas A. Brady. Turning Swiss: Cities and Empire, 1450-1550. Cambridge University Press. 1985. 302pp. Why Germany remained fragmented until 1871.
John Breuilly. Austria, Prussia and Germany, 1806-1871. Longman. 2002. 202pp.
William Carr. A History of Germany, 1815-1945. Edward Arnold. 1969. 462pp.
Marilyn Shevin Coetzee. The German Army League: Popular Nationalism in Wilhelmine Germany. Oxford University Press. 1990. 176pp.
Karl Cordell; Stefan Wolff. Germany's Foreign Policy Towards Poland and the Czech Republic: Ostpolitik Revisited. Routledge. 2005. 183pp.
Russell J. Dalton (editor). Germans Divided: The 1994 Bundestag Elections and the Evolution of the German Party System. Berg Publishers. 1996. 336pp.
Mike Dennis; Eva Kolinsky (editors). United and Divided: Germany Since 1990. Berghahn Books. 2004. 208pp.
Ian Derbyshire. Politics in Germany: From Division to Unification. Chambers. 1991. 310pp.
Marshall Dill. Germany: A Modern History. University of Michigan Press. 1970. 490pp.
David C. Durst. Weimar Modernism: Philosophy, Politics, and Culture in Germany, 1918-1933. Lexington Books. 2004. 233pp.
Geoff Eley (editor). Society, Culture, and the State in Germany, 1870-1930. University of Michigan Press. 1998. 536pp.
John C. Fout (editor). German Women in the Nineteenth Century: A Social History. Holmes & Meier. 1984. 439pp.
Mary Fulbrook. The Divided Nation: A History of Germany, 1918-1990. Oxford University Press. 1992. 405pp.
Guntram Henrik Herb. Under the Map of Germany: Nationalism and Propaganda, 1918-1945. Routledge. 1997. 250pp.
John M. Jeep (editor). Medieval Germany: An Encyclopedia. Routledge. 2001. 928pp.
Martin Kitchen. A History of Modern Germany, 1800-2000. Blackwell Publishing. 2006. 455pp.
Hans Kohn. Prelude to Nation-States: The French and German Experience, 1789-1815. Van Nostrand. 1967. 416pp.
William H. Maehl. Germany in Western Civilization. University of Alabama Press. 1979. 833pp.
Golo Mann. Translated by Marian Jackson. The History of Germany Since 1789. London: Chatto and Windus. 1968. 547pp.
Steven Ozment. A Mighty Fortress: A New History of the German People. HarperCollins. 2005. 432pp.
Koppel S. Pinson. Modern Germany: Its History and Civilization. Macmillan. 1966. 682pp.
Terence Prittie. The Velvet Chancellors: A History of Post-War Germany. Muller. 1979. 286pp.
Helmut Puff. Sodomy in Reformation Germany and Switzerland, 1400-1600. University of Chicago Press. 2003. 311pp.
Peter Pulzer. Jews and the German State: The Political History of a Minority, 1848-1933. Wayne State University Press. 2003. 394pp.
Norbert Schindler. Translated by Pamela E. Selwyn. Rebellion, Community and Custom in Early Modern Germany. Cambridge University Press. 2002. 311pp.
Raymond James Sontag. Germany and England: Background of Conflict, 1848-1894. New York: Russell & Russell. 1964. 362pp.
Rolf Steininger. Austria, Germany, and the Cold War: From the Anschluss to the State Treaty, 1938-1955. Berghahn Books. 2008. 172pp.
Fritz Stern. Dreams and Delusions: The Drama of German History. Yale University Press. 1999. 341pp.
Kurt P. Tauber. Beyond Eagle and Swastika: German Nationalism Since 1945. Wesleyan University Press. 1967. 1589pp.
Corinna Treitel. A Science for the Soul: Occultism and the Genesis of the German Modern. JHU Press. 2004. 366pp.
Henry Ashby Turner. The Two Germanies Since 1945: East and West. Yale University Press. 1987. 228pp.
Alan Watson. The Germans: Who are They Now?. Methuen. 1992. 386pp.
Peter Watson. The German Genius: Europe's Third Renaissance, the Second Scientific Revolution, and the Twentieth Century. Harper Collins. 2010. 992pp.
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