The Weimar Republic
Routledge – 1998 – 144 pages
The Weimar Republic considers the events in Germany in this crucial period after the First World War. Exploring such themes as the declaration of the Republic, the impact of the Treaty of Versailles and the events leading to Hitler's gaining power, this book illuminates the political workings of the Weimar Republic and evaluates its successes and failures.
This authoritative study also offers historical context for this period, an assessment of foreign policy, and a survey of the Republic's social and cultural achievements.
'accessible… and… helpful for students,' Claus Christian Szejnmann, University of Leicester