Description - Germany by Sheilagh Ogilvie
The third volume of this three-volume history focuses on Germany's late but explosive economic transformation after 1800, the cycles of war, defeat, and dictatorship from 1914 to 1950, and the 'German miracle' after 1950. The picture is one of rapid change, but within a framework of recognizable long-term continuities. This book shows vividly how Germany participated in the rapid transformation, since 1800, of all western societies and economies while retaining distinctive features that had long characterized this central region of Europe. With original contributions from an international team of scholars, this volume represents some of the best work in the field.
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Author Biography - Sheilagh Ogilvie
Sheilagh Ogilvie is Professor of Economic History at the University of Cambridge, UK Richard Overy is Professor of History at the University of Exeter, UK