Coverbild The Reichskristallnacht von Hermann Graml, Martin Broszat (Ed.), Wolfgang Benz (Ed.), Institut für Zeitgeschichte München (Ed.), ISBN-978-3-423-04519-3
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The Reichskristallnacht

Antisemitism and the Persecution of the Jews during the Third Reich
A series in 30 volumes, edited by Martin Broszat, Wolfgang Benz and Hermann Graml, in collaboration with the Munich Institute of Contemporary History.

Modern history commences with the post-Napoleonic upheavals and conflicts, leading to the emergence of the modern German national, constitutional and industrial state. It extends to the end of the Social Democratic-Liberal coalition government (1982).

Progressing through to the present, these thirty compact volumes detail the major themes of German history in the 19th and 20th centuries. Their uniform structure permits the inclusion of various elements: narrative coverage of individual events and conflicts; overall presentation and interpretation; documentation from selected source texts; statistics; chronological tables; workshop information concerning the problems of sources; and leading questions and controversies in historical literature. Outstanding authors apply new methods in bringing the most important chapters in of German history to life.

"Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag has embarked on an ambitious undertaking: the publication of 30 volumes of modern German history - comparable perhaps to the paperback 'Nouvelle Histoire de la France', a work meeting scholarly demands at a price students can afford, and readable for a wider public." (FAZ)

This series is meant for professors, students and teachers of history, scholars of history and social sciences at universities and colleges, journalists, politicians and all readers interested in history.
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304 pages, ISBN 978-3-423-04519-3
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Martin Broszat

Prof. Martin Broszat, born 1926 in Leipzig, has been working at the Munich Institute for Contemporary History since 1956 and became its director in 1972. Other posts include: guest professor at Oxford in 1966; honorary professor at the Universities of Constance (1972 - 1980) and Munich (since 1980). Numerous publications, among them "Der Staat Hitlers".
About the publisher

Wolfgang Benz

Wolfgang Benz, born in 1941, is Professor of History and Director of the Centre for Research on Anti-Semitism at the Technical University of Berlin.
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