Veit Valentin

The German People: Their History And Civilization From The Holy Roman Empire To The Third Reich

(This Edition Published)

Main Details
Author Veit Valentin
Publisher Alfred A. Knopf
Copyright Holder Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.
Imprint Borzoi Books
Editor Dorothy Teall
Translated by Olga Marx
Composition Kingsport Press
Printed and Bound by Kingsport Press
Typography by Edward Fischer
Book Design by Edward Fischer
First Published
This Edition Published
Format Hardback
Publication Location United States
Page Count 729 pages
Font Granjon
Language English
Original Language German
Original Title Geschichte der Deutschen
(H × W × D)
Chapters I. Basic Problems Of German History
II. The Origin Of German Nationality
III. The Saxon Rulers
IV. The Salic Dynasty
V. The Hohenstaufen Era
VI. German Civilization At The Crest Of The Middle Ages
VII.The Dynasties Of The Habsburgs, Wittelsbachs, And Luxemburgs
VIII.The End Of The Middle Ages In Germany
IX. The German Reformation
X. The Counter-reformation And The Thirty Year's War
XI. The Origin Of The Two Great German Powers
XII. Frederick The Great And Maria Theresa
XIII. Germany And The French Revolution
XIV. The War Of Liberation Against Napoleon
XV. The German Restoration
XVI. The First Two German Revolutions
XVII, Bismarck
XVIII. William II And The Imperialistic World War
XIX. The Third German Revolution And The Weimar Republic
XX. National Socialism
XXI. The German Collapse

Genealogical Tables
Bibliographical Note And Reading List


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