Weimar and Nazi Germany presents the history of the country in these periods in a unique way.
Examining the continuities and discontinuities between the Third Reich and the Weimar Republic, it also contextualises these two regimes within modern German and European history.
After a broad introduction to 1919-1945, four general surveys examine the economy, society, internal politics and foreign policy.
A third section treats specific key themes including women and the family, big business, race, the SPD, the extreme Right and Anglo-German relations.
This innovative text assembles major scholars of Germany.
It will prove vital reading for all those interested in twentieth century history.