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The New Germany

Social, Political and Cultural Challenges of Unification



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The New Germany
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A number of specialists in German studies have joined forces in this book to paint a comprehensive picture of Germany since unification. Starting from the 1989 revolution, the book reviews the fall of East Germany, including a chapter on how the event was experienced by observers and participants. Individual chapters analyze the new political structures, Germany's role as a European power, and the social, educational and economic problems generated by the western take-over of the former GDR. A separate section is devoted to culture and the arts, with studies of the language, the media, cinema, theatre, literature and feminism.

Author Biography

DEREK LEWIS is Lecturer in German, University of Exeter. JOHN MCKENZIE is Head of Department and Senior Lecturer in German, University of Exeter.
Release date NZ
November 1st, 1995
Contributions by Charles Jeffery Contributions by Dagmar Flinspach Contributions by Derek Lewis Contributions by Helen Hughes Contributions by John R.P. McKenzie Contributions by Karl Koch Contributions by Mark Blacksell Contributions by Martin Brady Edited by Derek Lewis Edited by John R.P. McKenzie
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
University of Exeter Press
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