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Der Aufbruch In Die Moderne

Author : Irene Chytraeus-Auerbach
ISBN : 9783643122735
Genre : Art critics
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Berlin 1932 1933

Author : Dietrich Bonhoeffer
ISBN : 9781451406658
Genre : Religion
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"Then came the crisis of 1933." This is Bonhoeffer's own phrase in a letter that documents a turning point in his own life as well as that of the nation. Of Bonhoeffer's own life at this time, his biographer writes, "The period of learning and roaming" from 1928 until 1931 "had come to an end" as the young lecturer, age 26, began to teach "on a faculty whose theology he did not share" and to preach "in a church whose self-confidence he regarded as unfounded." Bonhoeffer was becoming part of a society "that was moving toward political, social, and economic chaos."

Mitterrand The End Of The Cold War And German Unification

Author : Frederic Bozo
ISBN : 9781845457877
Genre : History
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Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, this important book explores the role of France in the events leading up to the end of the Cold War and German unification. Most accounts concentrate on the role of the United States and look at these events through the bipolar prism of Soviet-American relations. Yet because of its central position in Europe and of its status as Germany's foremost European partner, France and its President, Francois Mitterrand, played a decisive role in these pivotal international events: the peaceful liberation of Eastern Europe from Soviet rule starting in 1988, the fall of the Berlin Wall and Germany's return to unity and full sovereignty in 1989/90, and the breakup of the USSR in 1991. Based on extensive research and a vast amount of archival sources, this book explores the role played by France in shaping a new European order.

The Collapse

Author : Mary Elise Sarotte
ISBN : 9780465056903
Genre : History
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"An authoritative and fast-moving account of the events that led up to the Wall's demise." --Financial Times On November 9, 1989, massive crowds surged toward the Berlin Wall, drawn by an announcement that caught the world by surprise: East Germans could now move freely to the West. The Wall-the infamous symbol of a divided Cold War Europe--seemed to be falling. But the opening of the gates was not planned by the East German ruling regime--nor was it the result of a bargain between either President Ronald Reagan or President George H.W. Bush and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. It was an accident. In The Collapse, prize-winning historian Mary Elise Sarotte reveals how a perfect storm of decisions made by daring underground revolutionaries, disgruntled Stasi officers, and dictatorial party bosses sparked an unexpected series of events culminating in the chaotic fall of the Wall. With a novelist's eye for character and detail, she brings to vivid life a story that sweeps across Budapest, Prague, and Leipzig and on to the armed checkpoints in Berlin. The Collapse offers the definitive account of the night that brought down the Berlin Wall

A Cardboard Castle

Author : Vojtech Mastny
ISBN : 9637326081
Genre : Political Science
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This is the first book to document, analyze, and interpret the history of the Warsaw Pact based on the archives of the alliance itself. As suggested by the title, the Soviet bloc military machine that held the West in awe for most of the Cold War does not appear from the inside as formidable as outsiders often believed, nor were its strengths and weaknesses the same at different times in its surprisingly long history, extending for almost half a century.

Lothar Schreyer Edition 3 Theateraufs Tze

Author : Lothar Schreyer
ISBN : 0773413545
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Assembles for the first time all of the expressionist's published essays on the theatre and includes his general moral tract Verantworthch (1922).

Das Nationalit Tenproblem Der Habsburgermonarchie Bd Ideen Und Pl Ne Zur Reichsreform

Author : Robert A. Kann
ISBN : WISC:89085123503
Genre : Austria
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The German Sturm Und Drang

Author : Roy Pascal
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Deutsche Mark Diplomacy

Author : Randall Everest Newnham
ISBN : 0271022205
Genre : Political Science
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Whether economic sanctions work at all, and how they work if they do, are questions that have long been debated by scholars of international relations. Using a new analytic approach, which distinguishes between positive and negative sanctions and between specific and general sanctions, this book aims both to demonstrate the importance of economic linkage and to explain the variety of forms it can take. Deutsche Mark Diplomacy draws support for its theoretical arguments from a careful study of Germany's efforts to gain political leverage over Russia via economic means from 1870 into the 1990s. Focusing on two major powers over a long period, during which regimes changed and issues varied, Randall Newnham finds strong evidence to show that positive forms of linkage such as foreign aid and trade or credit incentives are more effective than negative types such as embargoes. His book significantly expands our understanding of the role played by economic sanctions in international politics at the same time that it offers a more systematic way of explaining German foreign policy.

Wilhelm Ii Emperor And Exile 1900 1941

Author : Lamar Cecil
ISBN : STANFORD:36105019247555
Genre : Germany
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