Germany from Reich to Republic, 1871-1918 Politics, Hierarchy and Elites

by Matthew S. Seligmann, Roderick R. McLean

Part of the European History in Perspective Series

Germany from Reich to Republic, 1871-1918 Politics, Hierarchy and Elites Synopsis

This book provides an up-to-date interpretation of the political development of the Germany of Bismarck and Kaiser Wilhelm II. Focusing on domestic politics as well as diplomacy, personalities and decision-making, attention is given to the latest historical research, the documentary evidence on which it is based, and the debates and controversies which are thereby evoked.

Germany from Reich to Republic, 1871-1918 Politics, Hierarchy and Elites Press Reviews

'...the text is logical and generally easy to follow...well-suited for upper-level undergraduate history students...' - The History Teacher Germany from Reich to Republic is well-suited for upper-level undergraduate history students, and, because the authors make specific reference throughout to many key interpretations, even graduate students could use this volume to deepen their understanding of the Imperial period. In addition, because of its system of thematic organization, both high school and college instructors could rely on the book for lecture material.' - Thomas Saylor, The History Teacher 'An excellent text.' - Adrian Hyde Price, University of Birmingham

Book Information

ISBN: 9780333726853
Publication date: 31st July 2000
Author: Matthew S. Seligmann, Roderick R. McLean
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 224 pages
Categories: European history, Modern history to 20th century: c 1700 to c 1900, First World War, Central government policies,

About Matthew S. Seligmann, Roderick R. McLean

MATTHEW S. SELIGMANN is Senior Lecturer in History at University College Northampton. RODERICK R. MCLEAN is an independent scholar, who has previously taught at Edinburgh and Glasgow Universities.

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