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Germany and the United States

A "Special Relationship"

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674418257

Publication Date: 02/15/1980

314 pages

illustrated

American Foreign Policy Library

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  • Introduction
  • 1. Germany: The Land and the People
  • 2. Germany and the United States, 1776-1914
  • 3. World War I: A Turning Point, 1914-1918
  • 4. The Weimar Republic: A Democratic Interlude, 1918-1933
  • 5. Hitler and the “Third Reich,” 1933-1939
  • 6. World War II: The End of the German Reich, 1939-1945
  • 7. One Germany or Two? Occupation, 1945-1949
  • 8. The Germany of Konrad Adenauer, 1949-1963
  • 9. From Adenauer to Brandt, 1963-1974
  • 10. The German Federal Republic since 1974
  • 11. The German Democratic Republic since 1961
  • 12. Conclusion: A “Special Relationship”?
  • Suggested Reading
  • Index

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