Years of Weimar, the Third Reich and Post-war Germany
The Years of ...series provides core coverage of events in British and European History. It features: - strong and accessible narrative written by experienced teachers and leading examiners - a comprehensive selection of visual and written source material - extensive student guidance sections which develop student understanding of exam techniques - discussion points within the text - 'stepped' exercises which promote understanding of the topics and issues. This title is a new edition of 'Years of Weimar and the Third Reich'. It charts German history from the end of the Great War to the reunification of Germany in 1990. The political, social and economic impact of the Weimar Republic, subsequent Nazi regime and post-war Germany are examined through an in depth narrative and a wide range of stimulating illustrative and documentary source material. This new edition has been updated to ensure full support of the revised History A Level specifications and expanded to include coverage of the post-war years and reunification. It also includes a new section on advice on answering synoptic questions.
- Paperback | 512 pages
- 190 x 246 x 27mm | 1,112g
- 11 Oct 2008
- Hodder Education
- London, United Kingdom
- 2nd Revised edition
- black and white photos and artwork
Table of contents
Chapter 1 The Birth of the Weimar Republic Chapter 2 The Weimar Republic - the early years 1920-3 Chapter 3 The Weimar Republic - years of challenge 1924-8 Chapter 4 The Weimar Republic - years of crisis 1928-33 Chapter 5 The Nazis come to power Chapter 6 The Nazi consolidation of power Chapter 7 Adolf Hitler Chapter 8 The Nazi State Chapter 9 National Socialist philosophy and ideology Chapter 10 Hitler's 'volkgemeinschaft' Chapter 11 Opposition to the Nazis Chapter 12 Education and culture in Nazi Germany Chapter 13 The German economy under the Third Reich Chapter 14 Nazi foreign policy Chapter 15 Hitler's war Chapter 16 Post-war Germany Chapter 17 The two Germanys and the events leading to reunification Glossary Index
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