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Berlinwalks/Four Intimate Walking Tours of Berlin's Most Historic Neighborhoods, With Maps, Photos, and a Select List of Restaurants, Hotels, and Mor

by Peter Fritzsche & Karen Hewitt

Berlin is a city that visionary architects, city planners, social revolutionaries, and ruling kaisers have all tried to reshape. As a result, it is sheathed in layers of modern history, each providing a chapter...


Londonwalks

by Anton Powell

London, a huge,sprawling metropolis, does not reveal itself to the casual visitor. To discover its diffuse wonders you must investigate its streets and squares on foot. Shunning major sights and typical tourist...


Our Notable Memories of Italy and Germany

by Victor Damico

Victor Damicos memoir begins in 1963 in Syracuse, New York, where he and

his wife Yvonne decide that she and their three children will move to Italy with

her parents while he works on a special assignment. Yvonnes...


Discovering Germany

by Maureen Mahan Copelof

Maureen Mahan Copelof and her husband, Sylvan, fell in love with Germany while stationed there with the US military. Refusing to let the adventure end with their military tour, they embarked on a journey to...


The German Puzzle

by Paul Drexler

More Americans claim ancestry from Germany than from any other nation. We speak a Germanic language, and from fairy tales to Freud, were surrounded by German influences. Yet America has lost touch with its German...


A Short History of Germany - From the Earliest Times to the Peace of Westphalia

by Ernest Henderson

GERMANY stands in the centre of Europe, and on her soil all the great international struggles have been fought,  –  the Thirty Years' War, the early campaigns of the Spanish Succession War, the Seven Years'...


The History of Prussia

by John Abbott

About the year of our Lord 997, Adelbert, Bishop of Prague, with two companions, set out on a missionary tour to the shores of the Baltic. The savage inhabitants killed him. Still Christianity gradually gained...


The Age of the Reformation

by Albert Pollard

ON the 18th of August, 1503, after a sudden and mysterious illness Alexander VI had departed this life to the unspeakable joy of all Rome, as Guicciardini assures us. Crowds thronged to see the dead body of...


The Story of Germany

by Henrietta Marshall

In the dim days of very long ago there was a country called Fensalir. It was a low-lying country of rich green meadows and fair cornfields. Beside the slow-flowing streams trees drooped their branches laden...


Berlitz Pocket Guide Munich & Bavaria

by Berlitz Publishing

Berlitz Pocket Guide Munich and Bavaria combines snappy text with full-colour photography to highlight the very bestthat Germany's most popular state has to offer.

The Where To Go chapter details allthe key...


Insight Guides Pocket Munich & Bavaria

by Insight Guides

Insight Pocket Guides: ideal itineraries and top travel tips in a pocket-sized package. Now with free eBook, and a pull-out map.

? Compact, concise, and packed with essential information about Where to Go and...


The Story of Germany

by Henrietta Marshall

In the dim days of very long ago there was a country called Fensalir. It was a low-lying country of rich green meadows and fair cornfields. Beside the slow-flowing streams trees drooped their branches laden...


A History of the Germanic Empire

by S. A. Dunham

With Germany prior to the dissolution of the Roman power, the present compendium has no concern: the history of that period is, or ought to be, familiar to every reader. Our object is to contemplate that celebrated...


A Short History of Germany

by Ernest Henderson

GERMANY stands in the centre of Europe, and on her soil all the great international struggles have been fought, the Thirty Years' War, the early campaigns of the Spanish Succession War, the Seven Years' War,...


History of Germany

by George Priest

The German Empire of 1740 was established on Christmas Day 800 when the Pope placed the imperial crown on the head of Charlemagne in Rome. From that time until far down the Middle Ages the Empire stood forth...


History of Germany

by Bayard Taylor

The Germans form one of the most important branches of the Indo-Germanic or Aryan race - a division of the human family which also includes the Hindoos, Persians, Greeks, Romans, Celts, and the Slavonic tribes....


The What, Why and How of Attending Trade Shows in Germany

by Andra Riemhofer

German trade shows are the place to be if you want to learn about the latest technologies, update yourself on international market trends, and meet potential business partners from all over the world. According...


The German-Roman Empire

by Hans Prutz

THE mighty movement of the nations, which led the Germanic peoples from their northern home into the interior of the Roman empire, and finally made them masters of the West, lasted about five hundred years,...


Bismarck

by James Headlam

Otto Eduard Leopold Von Bismarck was born at the manor-house of Schoenhausen, in the Mark of Brandenburg, on April 1, 1815. Just a month before, Napoleon had escaped from Elba; and, as the child lay in his cradle,...


A History of the Germanic Empire

by S. A. Dunham

With Germany prior to the dissolution of the Roman power, the present compendium has no concern: the history of that period is, or ought to be, familiar to every reader. Our object is to contemplate that celebrated...