The problem of continuity in modern German history has long been debated by historians, and the search for the origins of Hitler's Third Reich has taken them far back into the German past. Richard J.Evans argues for a social-historical approach and in so doing achieves a rethinking of German history. The book is designed for students of German history and politics; all those interested in contemporary historiography and comparative European history.
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