Peter Fritzsche

Peter Fritzsche is Professor of History at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

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Cover: The Turbulent World of Franz Göll: An Ordinary Berliner Writes the Twentieth CenturyThe Turbulent World of Franz Göll: An Ordinary Berliner Writes the Twentieth CenturyFritzsche, PeterHARDCOVER03/21/2011$26.95
Cover: Stranded in the Present: Modern Time and the Melancholy of HistoryStranded in the Present: Modern Time and the Melancholy of HistoryFritzsche, PeterPAPERBACK04/10/2010$24.50
Cover: Life and Death in the Third ReichLife and Death in the Third ReichFritzsche, PeterPAPERBACK09/30/2009$23.50
Cover: Germans into NazisGermans into NazisFritzsche, PeterPAPERBACK10/01/1999$32.00
Cover: Reading Berlin 1900Reading Berlin 1900Fritzsche, PeterPAPERBACK01/20/1998$41.00
Cover: A Nation of Fliers: German Aviation and the Popular ImaginationA Nation of Fliers: German Aviation and the Popular ImaginationFritzsche, PeterPAPERBACK02/01/1994$16.50
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