9780340692004-0340692006-German History Since 1800

German History Since 1800

ISBN-13: 9780340692004
ISBN-10: 0340692006
Edition: 1st
Publication date: 1997
Publisher: Arnold
Format: Paperback 616 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780340692004
ISBN-10: 0340692006
Edition: 1st
Publication date: 1997
Publisher: Arnold
Format: Paperback 616 pages

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Acknowledged author wrote German History Since 1800 comprising 616 pages back in 1997. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 0340692006 and 9780340692004. Since then German History Since 1800 textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 2.00 or rent at the marketplace.

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In 1800 there was no "Germany" as we think of a unitary nation state today. Still nominally held together under the framework of the Holy Roman Empire, its political shape and boundaries were in a state of flux. In the following two centuries, Germany went through massive transformations. This collection brings together an international team of distinguished scholars to produce an innovative and accessible guide to the controversial course of modern German history. Exploring the main issues in social, economic, cultural, and political history, the book reflects the diversity and liveliness of the field. Using a wealth of tables, maps and illustrations, it provides points of entry to key issues for students and scholars alike. Mary Fulbrook is at University College. John Breuilly is at University of Birmingham. In 1800 there was no "Germany" as we think of a unitary nation state today. Still nominally held together under the framework of the Holy Roman Empire, its political shape and boundaries were in a state of flux. In the following two centuries, Germany went through massive transformations. This collection brings together an international team of distinguished scholars to produce an innovative and accessible guide to the controversial course of modern German history. Exploring the main issues in social, economic, cultural, and political history, the book reflects the diversity and liveliness of the field. Using a wealth of tables, maps and illustrations, it provides points of entry to key issues for students and scholars alike. This collection brings together an international team of distinguished scholars to produce an innovative and accessible guide to the controversial course of modern German history. Exploring the main issues in social, economic, cultural, and political history, the book reflects the diversity and liveliness of the field. Using a wealth of tables, maps and illustrations, it provides points of entry to key issues for students and scholars alike.

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