Studies in German History

Published in Collaboration with Berghahn Books 

Series Editor: Simone Lässig with the assistance of Patricia Sutcliffe

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  • Anne C. Schenderlein, Germany On Their Minds German Jewish Refugees in the United States and Their Relationships with Germany, 1938–1988 (Vol. 25) Open Access
  • Simone Lässig and Andreas Weiß, The World of Children Foreign Cultures in Nineteenth-Century German Education and Entertainment (Vol. 24)
  • Karl Heinrich Pohl, Gustav Stresemann: The Crossover Artist (Vol. 23)
  • Hartmut Berghoff, Frank Biess, and Ulrike Strasser, Explorations and Entanglements: Germans in Pacific Worlds from the Early Modern Period to World War I (Vol. 22)
  • Jennifer Evans, Paul Betts, and Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann, eds., The Ethics of Seeing: Photography and Twentieth-Century German History. New York, 2018 (Vol. 21)
  • Andreas W. Daum, Hartmut Lehmann, and James J. Sheehan, eds., The Second Generation: Émigrés from Nazi Germany as Historians. New York, 2015 (Vol. 20)
  • Frank Usbeck, Fellow Tribesmen: The Image of Native Americans, National Identity, and Nazi Ideology in Germany. New York, 2015 (Vol. 19)
  • Hartmut Berghoff and Cornelia Rauh, The Respectable Career of Fritz K.: The Making and Remaking of a Provincial Nazi Leader, translated by Casey Butterfield. New York, 2015 (Vol. 18)
  • Benjamin Ziemann, Encounters with Modernity: The Catholic Church in West Germany, 1945-1975. New York, 2015 (Vol. 17)
  • Richard F. Wetzell, ed., Crime and Criminal Justice in Modern Germany. New York, 2014 (Vol. 16)
  • Mischa Honeck, Martin Klimke, and Anne Kuhlmann, Germany and the Black Diaspora: Points of Contact, 1250-1914. New York, 2013  (Vol. 15)
  • Marion Deshmukh, Fracoise Forster-Hahn, and Barbara Gaehtgens, eds., Max Liebermann and International Modernism: An Artists Career from Empire to Third Reich. New York, 2010 (Vol. 14)
  • André Steiner, The Plans that Failed: An Economic History of East Germany. 1945-1989, New York, 2010 (Vol. 13)
  • Dirk Schumann, ed., Raising Citizens in the "Century of the Child": The United States and German Central Europe in Comparative Perspective. New York, 2010 (Vol. 12)
  • Bernd Schaefer, The East German State and the Catholic Church, 1945-1989. New York, 2010 (Vol. 11)
  • Dirk Schumann, Political Violence in the Weimar Republic, 1918-1933: Fight for the Streets and Fear of Civil War. New York, 2008 (Vol. 10)
  • Volker R. Berghahn and Simone Lässig, eds., Biography Between Structure and Agency: Central European Lives in International Historiography. New York, 2008 (Vol. 9)
  • Sandra Chaney, Nature of the Miracle Years: Conservation in West Germany, 1945-1975. New York, 2008 (Vol. 8)
  • Alon Confino, Paul Betts and Dirk Schumann, eds., Between Mass Death and Individual Loss: The Place of the Dead in Twentieth-Century Germany. New York, 2008 (Vol. 7)
  • Thomas Zeller, Driving Germany: Landscaping the German Autobahn, 1930–1970. New York, 2006 (Vol. 6)
  • Christine von Oertzen, The Pleasure of a Surplus Income: Part-Time Work, Politics of Gender, and Social Change in West Germany. New York, 2006 (Vol. 5)
  • Wilma and Georg Iggers, Two Lives in Uncertain Times: Facing the Challenges of the 20th Century as Scholars and Citizens. New York, 2006 (Vol. 4)
  • Philipp Gassert and Alan E. Steinweis, eds., Coping with the Nazi Past: West German Debates on Nazism and Generational Conflict. New York, 2006 (Vol. 3) (H-Net Book Review)
  • Alan Lessof and Christof Mauch, eds., Adolf Cluss, Architect: From Germany to America. New York, 2005 (Vol. 2)
  • Christof Mauch, ed., Nature in German History. New York, 2004 (Vol. 1)

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