Imperial Germany 1871-1918 (Questions and Analysis in History)

Stephen J. Lee, quot;Imperial Germany 1871-1918 (Questions and Analysis in History)quot;
Publisher: Routledge | 1998 | ISBN 0415185742 | File type: PDF | 141 pages | 1.3 mb
Imperial Germany, 1871-1918 offers comprehensive coverage of the major issues of the Second Reich from its formation in 1871. Including discussion of Germany as the power center of Europe and detailing both domestic and foreign policy, Stephen Lee clearly explains and contextualizes the formation and structure of the Second Reich. With essential analysis of the economy, society, World War One and collapse, this book aids understanding of wider European history and Germany's role in the world in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. type: PDF

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