A New HistoryBook - 1998
In one volume, Hagen Schulze conveys the full sweep of German history, from the days of the Romans to the fall of the Berlin Wall. From the revolt of the indigenous tribes against the Roman domination, Schulze leads the reader through the events that have defined a nation at the centre of European culture: the 30 Years War and the decline of the Holy Roman Empire; Luther's Reformation; Bismarck's attendance at the birth of modern Germany; the Great War and its aftermath; the nationalistic megalomania under Hitler; the division of the nation after World War II; and its reunification.
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1998.
Branch Call Number: 943 SCHULZE
Characteristics: ix, 356 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 23 cm.