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Anthony McElligott: Introduction 1: Anthony McElligott: Political Culture 2: Wolfgang Elz: Foreign Policy 3: William Mulligan: The Reichswehr and the Weimar Republic 4: Harold James: The Weimar Economy 5: John Bingham: The 'Urban Republic' 6: Kathleen Canning: Women and the Politics of Gender 7: Young-Sun Hong: The Weimar Welfare System 8: Adelheid von Saldern: 'Neues Wohnen': Housing and Reform 9: Anthony D. Kauders: Weimar Jewry 10: Karl Christian Fuhrer: High Brow and Low Brow Culture Further Reading Chronology

About the Author

Anthony McElligott is professor of history at the University of Limerick, where he is also the Director of the Centre for Historical Research. He is a founding co-editor of Cultural and Social History: The Journal of the Social History Society. He has published widely on the Weimar Republic and the Third Reich, notably Contested City: Municipal Politics and the Rise of Nazism in Altona 1917-1937 (1998), The German Urban Experience 1900-1945, Modernity and Crisis (2001), and with Tim Kirk, 'Working Towards The Fuhrer': Essays in Honour of Sir Ian Kershaw (2003). He is currently completing a major new study of the Weimar republic, Rethinking The Weimar Republic: Authority and Authoritarianism 1916-1936.


Weimar Germany encapsulates the history of the period through a collection of essays... [which] provide much material for discussion. * Paul Bookbinder, European History Quarterly. *
highly recommended as an introduction to the topic * Andreas Wirsching, German Historical Institute London Bulletin *
provides an excellent introudction to new work and new approaches to the Weimar Republic ... this is a stimulating and accessibly volume which will inform and enliven dicussion of the Republic and its problems in an admirable way. * Jonathan Wright, English Historical Review *
Like the other short histories of Germany, this is an excellently accessible work that nevertheless introduces students to up-to-date scholarly debates. * Jeff Bowersox, University of Worcester *

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