The Shortest History of Germany Book

Read in an afternoon. Remember for a lifetime. In his acclaimed new bestseller, now in paperback, James Hawes tells the story of Europe's most admired and feared country, from Julius Caesar to Angela Merkel. With more than 100 maps and images, this is a fresh, concise and entertaining attempt to answer the question: are the Germans really us, or them? Product Information: ISBN: 9781910400739 Author: James Hawes Publisher: Old Street Publishing Format: Paperback Pages: 228 Dimensions: 20 x 13 x 2cmRead More

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    This handy little history book reveals how Germany came to be the liberal and democratic nation we know today.From Julius Caesar's invasion in 58 BC through to the wars, the fall of the Berlin Wall and beyond, this is a concise and accessible non-fiction book that covers the politically charged history of Deutschland.It places the extremes of the German political experience throughout ancient and recent history in relation to the broader climate.

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    The Shortest History of Germany : Paperback : James Hawes : 9781910400739

  • 1910400734
  • 9781910400739
  • James Hawes
  • 1 April 2018
  • Old Street Publishing
  • Paperback (Book)
  • 240
  • Later Edition

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