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Pulzer draws on an extensive knowledge of his subject and delivers his insights and conclusions with due confidence ... a perceptive and balanced portrait of modern German politics up to and beyond unification. (Nick Hayward, German Politics vol.6 no.2, 1997)

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Peter Pulzer is at All Souls College, Oxford.

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THREE hundred and twenty-nine days after the opening of the Berlin Wall, on 3 October 1990, the two German states of the post-war world merged. Read the first page
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Great historical reference 30 Jan 2001
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I read this book as part of a course about German Society post-WWII. At times it was laborious with details but the information was succint and easy to follow. I was also pleased that Pulzer referred to German history prior to WWII to clarify events that occurred during and after the war. The chronology in the beginning of the book was also helpful and his unbiased depiction of the various leaders is commendable as well. If you are interested in learning about the roots of Deutschland as we know it, this book would be a great buy for you!
Great historical reference 30 Jan 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I read this book as part of a course about German Society post-WWII. At times it was laborious with details but the information was succint and easy to follow. I was also pleased that Pulzer referred to German history prior to WWII to clarify events that occurred during and after the war. The chronology in the beginning of the book was also helpful and his unbiased depiction of the various leaders is commendable as well. If you are interested in learning about the roots of Deutschland as we know it, this book would be a great buy for you!
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