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The history of Germany is a tale of power, innovation, and conflict, from the Germanic tribes to German reunification and beyond. This country has played a central role in some of the most defining moments in European and world history.

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Books and Texts on the History of Germany in PDF

The Weimar Republic 1918-1933

Reigate School

The Weimar Republic 1918-1933 by Reigate School is an analysis of the Treaty of Versailles, the Weimar Constitution, and the economic and political challenges faced by the Weimar government. It explores the German resentment towards the treaty, the weaknesses of the constitution, and the impact of the French occupation of the Ruhr and hyperinflation.

Germany 1919-1939 - A Depth Study

Charles Darwin School

Germany 1919-1939 - A Depth Study by Charles Darwin School is a study on the Weimar Republic and the political, psychological, and physical effects of World War I on Germany. It explores the weaknesses and achievements of the Weimar Republic's constitution and discusses the Treaty of Versailles and its impact on Germany.

The Berlin Wall: Life, Death and the Spatial Heritage of Berlin

Gérard-François Dumont

The Berlin Wall: Life, Death and the Spatial Heritage of Berlin by Gérard-François Dumont is a historical analysis of the Berlin Wall and its impact on the city. It discusses the demographic changes, political history, and spatial consequences of the wall, highlighting its long-term repercussions on Berlin's architecture, economy, and culture.

A History of Germany from the Earliest Times to the Present Day

Bayard Taylor

A History of Germany from the Earliest Times to the Present Day by Bayard Taylor is a comprehensive account of the history of Germany. It covers the ancient Germans, the Roman wars, the rise and fall of various dynasties, the Thirty Years' War, the rise of Prussia, and the establishment of the German Empire. It provides valuable insights into the development of Germany over the centuries.

A Brief History of the Berlin Crisis of 1961

Neil Carmichael

A Brief History of the Berlin Crisis of 1961 by Neil Carmichael is a historical account of the events leading to the erection of the Berlin Wall and the five-month crisis in 1961. It includes declassified documents revealing behind-the-scenes discussions, the impact on the Cold War, and the threats faced by the Western Powers in Berlin.

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