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Germany and the Two World Wars

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$36.50 • £29.95 • €33.00

ISBN 9780674353220

Publication Date: 09/15/1982


136 pages


Compelling… An important accomplishment for anyone with an interest in modern European history.Kirkus Reviews

[A] masterpiece of historical interpretation… While innumerable works have analyzed the outbreak of both world wars in detail, these few pages present what most scholars regard as the last word on the question of German responsibility in each case…[and] shed considerable light on the entire course of German history. Thus all readers, whether specialties in the subject or not, can profit immensely from Hillgruber’s judicious assessment.Library Journal

The force, cogency, and subtlety of Hillgruber’s presentation is matched only by his unexampled command of documentary materials… It is authoritative and compelling—a modern historical classic that should gain the highest esteem and widest public.—Rudolph Binion

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