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Olga: Revolutionary and Martyr

by Fernando Morais & Ellen Watson

Olga Benario, German and Jewish, was one of the most remarkable Communist activists of the twentieth century. Blessed with a genius for organization, the beautiful, willful Olga crisscrossed the globe educating...


Women in Nazi Germany

by Jill Stephenson

 From images of jubilant mothers offering the Nazi salute, to Eva Braun and Magda Goebbels, women in Hitler's Germany and their role as supporters and guarantors of the Third Reich continue to exert a particular...


Roman Soldier Versus Germanic Warrior: 1st Century Ad

by Lindsay Powell & Peter Dennis

From the annals of Tacitus we get a one-sided vision of the Romano-Germanic wars. More recent scholarship, including Osprey's Teutoburg Forest Campaign book, paints a more balanced picture. Yet, there's still...


Fighting to Lose: The German Intelligence Service in the Second World War, 1939-1941

by John Bryden

Newly released FBI and MI5 documents provide a fresh interpretation of key events during World War II, showing how German military intelligence, which was secretly opposed to the Nazis, aided the Allies.


Nurses and Midwives in Nazi Germany: The "Euthanasia Programs": The "Euthanasia Programs"

by Susan Benedict & Linda Shields

This book is about the ethics of nursing and midwifery, and how these were abrogated during the Nazi era. Nurses and midwives actively killed their patients, many of whom were disabled children and infants and...


Bismarck: A Political History: A Political History

by Edgar Feuchtwanger

Bismarck was arguably the most important figure in nineteenth-century European history after 1815. In this biography, Edgar Feuchtwanger reassesses Bismarck's significance as a historical figure. He traces his...


American Big Business in Britain and Germany: A Comparative History of Two "Special Relationships" in the 20th Century

by Volker R. Berghahn

While America’s relationship with Britain has often been deemed unique, especially during the two world wars when Germany was a common enemy, the American business sector actually had a greater affinity with...


The National Origins of Policy Ideas: Knowledge Regimes in the United States, France, Germany, and Denmark

by John L. Campbell & Ove K. Pedersen

In politics, ideas matter. They provide the foundation for economic policymaking, which in turn shapes what is possible in domestic and international politics. Yet until now, little attention has been paid to...


Why the Germans? Why the Jews?

by Gotz Aly

A provocative and insightful analysis that sheds new light on one of the most puzzling and historically unsettling conundrums

Why the Germans? Why the Jews? Countless historians have grappled with these questions,...


1914: The Belgian Massacres

by Paul Ham

In the early stages of World War 1 some 800,000 German troops defied Belgian neutrality and marched across the border. In August 1914 the bulk of the German army - some 800,000 troops - defied Belgian neutrality...


The Butcher's Tale: Murder and Anti-Semitism in a German Town

by Helmut Walser Smith

One of the most dramatic explorations of a German town in the grip of anti-Semitic passion ever written. In 1900, in a small Prussian town, a young boy was found murdered, his body dismembered, the blood drained...


My Revision Notes Edexcel AS History: From Second Reich to Third Reich: Germany, 1918-45

by Barbara Warnock

Unlock your full potential with this revision guide which focuses on the key content and skills you need to know. My Revision Notes Edexcel AS History: From Second Reich to Third Reich: Germany, 1918-45 closely...


Friedrich Schleiermacher: The Evolution of a Nationalist

by Jerry F. Dawson

Nationalism was a driving, moving spirit in the nineteenth-century Germany of Friedrich Schleiermacher. Jerry F. Dawson, through his thoughtful and well-wrought study of Friedrich Schleiermacher, provides an...


Enemy in Our Midst: Germans in Britain During the First World War

by Panikos Panayi

With the approach of the First World War, the German community in Britain began to be assailed by a combination of government measures and popular hostility which resulted in attacks against individuals with...


Priestly Resistance to the Early Reformation in Germany

by Jourden Travis Moger

Moger's study explores the personal experience of those who found themselves on the 'losing side' of the Reformation. Using the private diary of Catholic priest, Wolfgang Königstein, Moger discusses the early...


The Rise of Prussia 1700-1830

by Phillip G. Dwyer

At the beginning of the eighteenth century Prussia was but one in a mosaic of German states, but it rose to be the unchallenged leader of German-speaking Europe after the fall of Napoleon. The book goes beyond...


Army, Industry and Labour in Germany, 1914-1918

by Gerald Feldman

This innovative study by one of the leading specialists in the field examines the social and economic role of the German army in the nation's internal affairs during the First World War. This was the area in...


Hitler and Nazi Germany

by Stephen J. Lee

Hitler and Nazi Germany provides a concise introduction to Hitler's rise to power and Nazi domestic and foreign policies through to the end of the Second World War. Combining narrative, the views of different...


Not I: Memoirs of a German Childhood

by Joachim C. Fest

A portrait of an intellectually rigorous German household opposed to the Nazis and how its members suffered for their political stance

Few writers have deepened our understanding of the Third Reich as much as...


The Greatest Battle

by Andrew Nagorski

The battle for Moscow was the biggest battle of World War II -- the biggest battle of all time. And yet it is far less known than Stalingrad, which involved about half the number of troops. From the time Hitler...