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Germany is historically one of the most important of all nations. Since emerging from its days as a Roman province, Germany (including Prussia) has had a central role in European affairs. It has reached the heights in art, music, literature and political power, yet it's also reached the depths in humiliating military defeat and partition. This presentation reviews the bro

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Published January 19th 2006 by Knowledge Products
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Mar 22, 2011 Brainwise rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Anyone with an interest in German or world history.
I "read" the Audible version of this book. Reasoner was the primary narrator while various quotes throughout the book were provided by other voices, chiefly Peter Hackes and Richard C. Hottelet. Just shy of 3 hours, "Germany" provides a superficial but still very useful overview of German history (including Prussia). The authors, Raico and McElroy, start begin with the time of Roman occupation, continue through the Medieval period, cover both World Wars, and conclude just after the reunification ...more
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