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German Politics 1945-1995 By Peter Pulzer (Gladstone Professor of Government and Public Administration; and Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford)

German Politics 1945-1995
by Peter Pulzer (Gladstone Professor of Government and Public Administration; and Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford)

Peter Pulzer provides an engaging account of German politics from the end of the War to the fall of the Berlin Wall and beyond. An ideal introduction for students.

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German Politics 1945-1995 Summary


With the opening of the Berlin Wall in 1989 and the unification of 1990 a new German state emerged - the fifth constitutional upheaval and the fourth change of frontiers in this century. This book aims to introduce the reader to the legacy that present-day Germany has inherited from both East and West and from the period before 1945. It looks at the way political life has evolved since the Second World War, tracing the way the political parties, the institutions of government, and social forces have shaped the Germany that we know - and frequently misunderstand - today.

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GOR001584184
German Politics 1945-1995
Peter Pulzer (Gladstone Professor of Government and Public Administration; and Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford)
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Oxford University Press
1995-10-19
212
0198781113
9780198781110
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