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THE SOCIAL HISTORY OF POLITICS: Critical Perspectives in West German Historical Writing since 1945

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The 1960s saw the emergence of a genre of historiography in West Germany that has become known as 'the social history of politics'. Georg Iggers,one of the leading analysts of the history of Western historical writing,has selected from the work of some of Germany's foremost historians nine examples whose translations into English is designed to fulfil a dual purpose: it is to provide a survey of the preoccupation of the 'social history of politics',whose writings have been put by the editor into the broader context of the evolution of German historiography in this century up to the 1980s in his most valuable introduction.

In good condition. Minor wear to dust jacket. Pages are clean and bright. Inside first page is price clipped on top corner.


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Author(s):
Iggers, Georg
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Hardback
Number of pages:
312
Publisher:
Berg Publishers Ltd.
Title:
THE SOCIAL HISTORY OF POLITICS:Critical Perspectives in West German Historical Writing since 1945

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The 1960s saw the emergence of a genre of historiography in West Germany that has become known as 'the social history of politics'. Georg Iggers,one of the leading analysts of the history of Western historical writing,has selected from the work of some of Germany's foremost historians nine examples whose translations into English is designed to fulfil a dual purpose: it is to provide a survey of the preoccupation of the 'social history of politics',whose writings have been put by the editor into the broader context of the evolution of German historiography in this century up to the 1980s in his most valuable introduction.

In good condition. Minor wear to dust jacket. Pages are clean and bright. Inside first page is price clipped on top corner.


Author(s):
Iggers, Georg
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
312
Publisher:
Berg Publishers Ltd.
Title:
THE SOCIAL HISTORY OF POLITICS:Critical Perspectives in West German Historical Writing since 1945

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