This topic examines a major European society undergoing radical change in peace and war after 1870. It includes consideration of the impact of political unification and rapid industrialisation on traditional German society; further dislocation of German life caused by the 1914-18 War and the shattering effects of the economic crises of inflation and depression; the failure of republican democracy, 1919-33; the nature of the Nazi regime in peace and war, 1933-45; and how the Holocaust became possible.
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