5 edition of study of history in Germany and France found in the catalog.
by Publication agency of the Johns Hopkins university in Baltimore
Written in English
|Statement||by Paul Frédéricq. Authorized translation from the French by Henrietta Leonard, of Philadelphia.|
|Series||John Hopkins university studies in historical and political science. 8th ser., V-VI|
|Contributions||Leonard, Henrietta, tr.|
|LC Classifications||H31 .J6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||04007956|
German-French Textbook Commission Cooperation with France has been one of the Institute's classic bilateral projects; it has reinvigorated a tradition that goes back to the mids. The Franco-German Textbook Recommendations of were an initial success emerging from the . In , Friedrich Meinecke, Germany's greatest historian after Ranke, published The German Catastrophe. 10 This book established a trend of seeking a decisive point at which German history had taken the wrong turn, and identifying the groups or individuals responsible for the subsequent tragedy. Meinecke saw this point in the failure of the.
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Study of history in Germany and France. Baltimore, Publication agency of the Johns Hopkins University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Paul Frédéricq; Henrietta Leonard.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Pages also numbered Original ed. (Baltimore, Publication agency of the Johns Hopkins University, ) issued as no. of History, politics, and education, which forms the 8th series of John Hopkins University studies in historical and political science. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Frédéricq, Paul, Study of history in Germany and France.
Baltimore, Publication agency of the Johns Hopkins University, The first joint French-German history textbook has been unveiled in France. The book, by French and German authors, covers modern history since - the year when World War II ended.
But it still. History -- Study and teaching, Education -- Germany, Education -- France, genealogy Publisher Baltimore, Publication agency of the Johns Hopkins university Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language EnglishPages: Joint German-French History Book a History-Maker Itself A new textbook -- proposed by students and written by French and German historians -- will be released in Germany this week.
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The Government started intwo days before Germany surrendered in WWI. The First President of the Republic was Friedrich Ebert, and he helped decide what the constitution should be like. A constitution is a set of written laws that say what the Government can and cannot do, and how it will work. Both France and Germany track their history back to the time of Charlemagne, whose vast empire included most of the area of both modern-day France and Germany – as well as the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia, and northern Italy.
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