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         Germany History:     more books (100)
  1. The rise and fall of the Third Reich: A history of Nazi Germany by William L Shirer, 1960
  2. Weimar & Nazi Germany by John Hite, Chris Hinton, 2000-05-30
  3. The Peculiarities of German History: Bourgeois Society and Politics in Nineteenth-Century Germany by David Blackbourn, Geoff Eley, 1984-12-20
  4. Germany, Hitler, and World War II: Essays in Modern German and World History by Gerhard L. Weinberg, 1996-04-26
  5. Inside Hitlers Germany (Modern History) by Benjamin Sax, Dieter Kuntz, 1992-02
  6. Germany: The Third Reich 1933-45 (Access to History) by Geoff Layton, 2005-07-29
  7. Censoring History: Citizenship and Memory in Japan, Germany, and the United States (Asia and the Pacific (Armonk, N.Y.).)
  8. The Catholic Germany from the Reformation to the Enlightenment (European History in Perspective) by Marc R. Forster, 2008-01-08
  9. Retreat to the Reich: The German Defeat in France, 1944 (Stackpole Military History) by Samuel W. Mitcham, 2007-01-30
  10. Impact (Classic Military History) by Benjamin King, Timothy Tutta, 2003-08-01
  11. Weimar and Nazi Germany (Heinemann Secondary History Project) by Stephen J. Lee, 1996-12-02
  12. The Reformation in Germany and Switzerland (Cambridge Topics in History) by Pamela Johnston, Bob W. Scribner, 1993-06-25
  13. Imperial Germany, 1871-1918: Economy, Society, Culture, And Politics by Volker R. Berghahn, 2005-12-15
  14. A History of Modern Germany since 1815 by Frank B. Tipton, 2003-08-04

41. A History O' Germany
Prepare yourself for an in-depth history of Germany, spanning all the way from the first German Unification to the present.
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Germany: The Unification Era Germany during World War One Germany during World War Two Germany during the Cold War German Reunification and the present Links to other German historical sites and sources
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42. Germany - Wunderbar
Explore the history and culture of the country of germany with this official site from the German Tourist Board. Site includes event information, virtual tours and local news.
Overview Federal States Cities Historic Highlights ... Annual Report HIGHLIGHTS 2006 FIFA World Cup™ Vacation on the waterside: Enjoy the sea, rivers and lakes in Germany! Music-Land Germany : Pleasure for all the Senses UNESCO-World Heritage: unique sites of natural and cultural interest Current Weather Berlin Cologne Dresden Frankfurt/M. Hamburg Munich The weather in:
Welcome to Germany...a country rich in experiences!
Curious about the country and the people? Discover Germany on your trip through various regions, and enjoy everything from the exciting hustle and bustle of the large cities to the cultural wonders. Encounter a very special part of Europe!
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Visit the Europa-Rosarium in Sangerhausen ( Saxony-Anhalt ), the world’s largest collection of roses! It features almost 8000 varieties and species of roses in a special 12.5 hectare rose park.

43. History
There are items in the categories of WWIIEra German history, Non-Reference Literature that is related to Nazi germany in some way, general German Authors
A Bit of Nazi History this page simply contains information about the history of the National Socialist Party, the Third Reich, and certain parts of World War II in general. history is what it is and considering particular aspects of it to be unmentionable is pure ignorance. if that wasn't enought for you to get the point, click here and see that
People The Schutzstaffel (SS) Pictures ... Pagan Runes Used by Nazi Germany "Epitaph on a Tyrant" Perfection, of a kind, was what he was after,
And the poetry he invented was easy to understand;
He knew human folly like the back of his hand,
And was greatly interested in armies and fleets;
When he laughed, respectable senators burst with laughter,
And when he cried the little children died in the streets.
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44. Ancient Germany - History For Kids!
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45. Ancient Germany - History For Kids!
German history. The Germans, and other people who lived in what is now germany and Eastern Europe, were IndoEuropeans, originally from the area between the
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The Germans, and other people who lived in what is now Germany and Eastern Europe, were Indo-Europeans , originally from the area between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. Sometime between 3000 BC and 2000 BC , they had migrated gradually, in many different waves, out of that area and all across Europe.
Some ended up north of Europe, in Scandinavia (modern Norway, Sweden and Denmark). These are the ancestors of modern Swedes, Norwegians , and Danes. Some went to Poland, where they developed into the Visigoths and the Ostrogoths
Some ended up in Germany, where they are the ancestors of the modern Germans, but also of the Franks Vandals , and Sueves. After the fall of the Roman Empire, the

46. Background Notes: Germany 3/98
Read facts about this country as well as a detailed history and descriptions of its political parties, economy, and foreign relations. From the U.S. State Department.
The State Department web site below is a permanent electronic archive of information released prior to January 20, 2001. Please see for material released since President George W. Bush took office on that date. This site is not updated so external links may no longer function. Contact us with any questions about finding information. NOTE: External links to other Internet sites should not be construed as an endorsement of the views contained therein.
U.S. Department of State
Background Notes: Germany, March 1998
Released by the Bureau of European and Canadian Affairs. Official Name: Federal Republic of Germany PROFILE Geography Area: 357,000 sq. km. (137,821 sq. mi.); about the size of Montana.
Cities: CapitalBerlin (population about 3.5 million).
Seat of governmentBonn (pop. 298,000). The permanent seat of government for a unified Germany will be moved from Bonn to Berlin, in 1999 or the year 2000. Other citiesHamburg (1.7 million), Munich (1.3 million), Cologne (1 million), Frankfurt (664,000), Dusseldorf (578,000), Leipzig (497,000).
Terrain: Low plain in the north; high plains, hills, and basins in the center and east; mountainous alpine region in the south.

47. Federal Foreign Office - Facts About Germany: From The Middle Ages Until 1945
For most of its history, germany was not a unified state but a loose association of territorial states that together made up the “Holy Roman Empire of the
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From the Middle Ages until 1945
For most of its history, Germany was not a unified state but a loose association of territorial states that together made up the “Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation”. It was a long time until the founding of the German Reich in 1871. The term “deutsch” first surfaced in the 8th century. It referred to the language spoken in the eastern part of the Franconian realm, and meant “as the people speak” – as opposed to Latin, the language of scholars. After Charlemagne’s death in 814 the Franconian realm disintegrated, primarily along the linguistic divide between early Medieval French and Old High German. A feeling of belonging together emerged only gradually among the inhabitants of the eastern areas. “Germany” ought to be where “German” was spoken. Whereas the western border was established at an early date, settlement of the East did not come to a halt until the 14th century. The resulting contact between and intermingling of the German and Slavonic populations persisted until World War II.

48. Let's Go - Germany - History
germany s early history is more accurately the early history of Europe. The continent was a fluid drawing board on which various
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    Germany Life and Times History
    Few national histories are as sensitively wired and rife with conflict as Germany's. Documented German history has been a rollercoaster of loose unifications and fractures ever since 90 BC, when Roman author Posidonium first called Central European clans "Germans" (Germaniae). However, assigning an absolute birthdate is difficult, as Germany was not a truly unified nation until 1871. German history has been tiptoed on, trodden on, and torn by diverse historiographical theories. One of the oldest is the questionably teleological Sonderweg theory, which suggests that German history has been on a distinct path from the rest of Western history since its origin, thus explaining the enlightened absolutism of the eighteenth century and the rampant National Socialism of the first half of the twentieth century. Opponents of this theory argue that German history is not exceptionally like or unlike the history of anywhere else. Early German History: 58 Bc-Ad 1517 Germany's early history is more accurately the early history of Europe. The continent was a fluid drawing board on which various tribes traded power, uniting under one set of borders and fractioning to form others. As southern Germanic tribes were busy encroaching on Roman soil
  • 49. German Encyclopaedia
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    50. Germany
    history Early history The Merovingian Dynasty 500751 The Carolingian Dynasty, 752 and Prussia The Smaller States The French Revolution and germany The German
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    51. Germany - History
    of nations, while East germany became the westernmost part of the Soviet empire. The two German states, with a common language and history, were separated by
    Germany Table of Contents
    Early History to 1945
    PEOPLE HAVE DWELLED for thousands of years in the territory now occupied by the Federal Republic of Germany. The first significant written account of this area's inhabitants is Germania , written about A.D. 98 by the Roman historian Tacitus. The Germanic tribes he describes are believed to have come from Scandinavia to Germany about 100 B.C., perhaps induced to migrate by overpopulation. The Germanic tribes living to the west of the Rhine River and south of the Main River were soon subdued by the Romans and incorporated into the Roman Empire. Tribes living to the east and north of these rivers remained free but had more or less friendly relations with the Romans for several centuries. Beginning in the fourth century A.D., new westward migrations of eastern peoples caused the Germanic tribes to move into the Roman Empire, which by the late fifth century ceased to exist. One of the largest Germanic tribes, the Franks, came to control the territory that was to become France and much of what is now western Germany and Italy. In A.D. 800 their ruler, Charlemagne, was crowned in Rome by the pope as emperor of all of this territory. Because of its vastness, Charlemagne's empire split into three kingdoms within two generations, the inhabitants of the West Frankish Kingdom speaking an early form of French and those in the East Frankish Kingdom speaking an early form of German. The tribes of the eastern kingdomFranconians, Saxons, Bavarians, Swabians, and several otherswere ruled by descendants of Charlemagne until 911, when they elected a Franconian, Conrad I, to be their king. Some historians regard Conrad's election as the beginning of what can properly be considered German history.

    52. Documents In German History Project
    Documents in German history Project War and Society in EighteenthCentury germany. Frederick the Great. This is the home page of
    Documents in German History Project: War and Society in Eighteenth-Century Germany
    Frederick the Great This is the home page of the Documents in German History Project devised and coordinated by Dr Peter Wilson, E-MAIL: This logo will take the reader back to this page.
    Click here for more information about the logo.
    The Documents in German History Project is intended to make available material to students without the requisite language skills to study it in the original. This work has been undertaken as part of the Self-Supported Study in German History Project financed by Newcastle University's Teaching Development Fund since 1995 and involves the selection, translation and annotation of archival and printed primary sources relating to military-civil relations, war and diplomacy in early modern Germany. The project is on-going and new material is being added as it becomes available. The original text, usually in German or French, will be included along with a translation, guidance notes and suggested further reading. The material is available to anyone, but the author would be grateful if those using the documents would send an acknowledgement via email to

    53. Germany/History - Encyclopedia Article About Germany/History. Free Access, No Re
    encyclopedia article about germany/history. germany/history in Free online English dictionary, thesaurus and encyclopedia. germany/history.
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    Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition The history of Germany is, in places, extremely complicated and depends much on how one defines " Germany The Federal Republic of Germany or FRG (German: Bundesrepublik Deutschland) is one of the world's major industrialized countries, located in Western Europe. It is bordered to the north by the North Sea, Denmark and the Baltic Sea, to its east by Poland and the Czech Republic, to the south by Austria and Switzerland and to its west by France, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands. West Germany was a founding member of the European Union.
    Click the link for more information. As a nation state The term nation state (or nation-state ), while often used interchangeably with the term independent state, refers more properly to a state in which a single nation is dominant. A nation state may at the same time be a federal state, as for instance the Federal Republic of Germany and the United States of America. Over the last few centuries (and particular over the last half-century, except in Africa), this form of state has become more common, so that now most states claim to be nation states. However, this has not always been so; and even today there are some states where it is questionable whether they contain a single dominant nation. This is made more difficult by the question of what is a nation.

    54. East Germany - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    history. Main articles history of East germany, history of germany During World War II, at the Potsdam Conference in 1945, the victorious
    East Germany
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
    The German Democratic Republic Deutsche Demokratische Republik or DDR ), commonly known as East Germany , was a Communist state that existed from to in the former Soviet occupation zone of Germany . The GDR was proclaimed in the Soviet sector of Berlin on October 7 . It was declared fully sovereign in , but Soviet troops remained on grounds of the four-power Potsdam agreement . East Germany was a member of the Warsaw Pact . Following free elections, it merged into the Federal Republic of Germany in Deutsche Demokratische Republik In Detail (Full size) National motto none Official language German Capital East Berlin official: "Berlin, Hauptstadt der DDR" (Berlin, Capital of the GDR) Area 108,333 km² Population

    154/km² Constitution October 7 Currency 1 Mark ( Ostmark
    100 Pfennig Time zone UTC National anthem Auferstanden aus Ruinen
    (Risen from ruins) Calling Code ISO 3166-1 DD ( obsolete ISO 3166-3 DDDE Table of contents 1 History
    2 Politics

    3 Subdivisions

    4 Economy
    Main articles: History of East Germany History of Germany At the end of World War II , at the Potsdam Conference in , the victorious countries France , the United Kingdom , the United States and the Soviet Union decided to divide Germany into four parts. Each country controlled a part of former Germany.

    55. Travels Through Germany - History
    The premiere magazine for stories on German travel, history, culture and heritage. Features coverage (in English) of germany, Austria, Switzerland and German
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    The rise of Prussian power in the 19th century, supported by growing German nationalism, eventually ended inter-state fighting and resulted in the formation of the German empire in 1871 under the chancellorship of Otto von Bismarck. Although authoritarian in many respects, the empire eventually permitted the development of political parties, and Bismarck was credited with passing the most advanced social welfare legislation of the age. Dynamic expansion of military power, however, contributed to tensions on the continent. The fragile European balance of power broke down in 1914, and World War I and its aftermath, including the Treaty of Versailles, led to the collapse of the German empire. The Weimar Republic The postwar Weimar Republic (1919-33) was an attempt to establish a peaceful, liberal democratic regime in Germany. This government was severely handicapped and eventually doomed by economic problems and the inherent weakness of the Weimar state. The inflation of the early 1920s, the world depression of the 1930s, and the social unrest stemming from the draconian conditions of the Versailles Treaty worked to destroy the Weimar Government from inside and out.

    56. German History Sources
    18151850 Map of germany in 1815 (in German); Hegel, Introduction to Lectures on Philosophy of history (1840 ed.); Carlsbad Resolutions
    German edited by Dr. RICHARD WEIKART History Dept. of History
    California State Univ., Stanislaus Sources Author of From Darwin to Hitler:
    Evolutionary Ethics, Eugenics, and Racism in Germany

    (forthcoming in 2004 with Palgrave Macmillan)
    CONTENTS 18th Century

    57. Germany's History Of Flight
    germany. The history of air transportation began in germany with the work of F. Graf Zeppelin in 1887. The requirements of payload
    GERMANY The history of air transportation began in Germany with the work of F. Graf Zeppelin in 1887. The requirements of payload and range-traversing mountainous regions and the sea-seemed at the time only to be achievable by the rigid Zeppelin airship, the first of which the inventor built and tested in 1900. In 1909 Zeppelin founded the first airline company, DELAG, which transported 18,000 passengers in five years and covered 90,000 nautical miles. German Otto Lilienthal's flight research culminated in 2,000 controlled gliding flights over distances of up to 750 feet from 1891 to 1896. He was one of the first aircraft manufacturers, selling a number of his Standard Gliders to customers in Austria, England, and Russia. His published findings helped motivate the Wright Brothers. The technology of the "aero-engine"-first built for airships and then for airplanes-is largely based upon the development of the automotive "high rpm" four stroke gasoline engine. The dedicated commercial transport aircraft was pioneered by another German, H. Junkers (1919) with the JUF13. Essential for its success was Junkers' development of an aircraft structure technology based upon heat-treated aluminum alloy (Dural, developed by a supplier in Germany). Beginning in 1917 he had gained manufacturing experience in delivering 230 "close air support aircraft" employing this technology. Junkers' concept of "internally braced thick wing" had been essential to the success of his concept.

    58. Verzeichnis Autogastankstellen Deutschland (History-Seite)/ LPG-Refuelling-Stati
    Translate this page Verzeichnis Autogastankstellen Deutschland (history-Seite) / LPG-Refuelling-Stations germany (history List). - © Autogas- und Erdgas
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  • 59. Weimar Republic
    Weimar germany, German, history politics, barnsdle,Hitler, Hindenberg,Bruning, Muler. Weimar Republic. history of germany Primary Document.
    Weimar Republic
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  • Fall of the Weimar Republic
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  • THE GERMAN PUZZLE by Trotsky in 1932
  • Reichstag Fire from a US militia sympathiser
  • Reichstag Fire my own page giving a slightly different slant
  • The Weimar Republic and the Third Reich A chronology
  • Weimar and Russia today
  • HITLER by Frank Wallis
  • HITLER, ADOLF (1889-1945) from 'Who's Who in Nazi Germany'
  • Proverbial Manipulation in Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf
  • Expressionist Film in the Weimar Republic
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  • Rosa Luxemburg, "The War and the Workers" The Junius Pamphlet (1916)
  • The Other Side of the Pink Triangle: Still a Pink Triangle Homosexuals in Nazi Germany
  • Who's Who in Nazi Germany A plug for the book yet the extracts are detailed and useful.
  • 60. Bookstore Berlin, Berlin Wall, Germany, History And Travel Books
    Books, videos and Cds about the history of the Berlin Wall. Books about the Berlin Airlift. Books about the history of East germany. Travel Guides and Maps Berlin.
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