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- Hunter Publishing 2010; US$ 8.99
The author, a travel journalist, was born and lives in Germany. This guide focuses on Berlin, Germanys capital, its largest city, and perhaps its most interesting destination. It has more than 170 museums, three opera houses, an enormous cultural variety, and gripping modern history. An interesting daytrip is to royal residences in nearby Potsdam.... more...
- Hunter Publishing 2010; US$ 6.99
The author, a travel journalist, was born and lives in Germany. Saxony (Sachsen) is one of the most densely populated states in Germany, but has natural beauty especially in the Saxon Switzerland area south of Dresden. Its two major cities, Dresden and Leipzig, are tourist magnets. Dresden is restoring its pre-1945 Baroque appearance and in addition... more...
- Hunter Publishing 2010; US$ 8.99
The author, a travel journalist, was born and lives in Germany. This guides zeroes in on the Black Forest, Heidelberg, Baden-Baden and the rest of Baden-Wurttemberg - with the kind of inside detail that only a resident can provide. Baden-Württemberg is a favored holiday destination. Heidelberg with its majestic castle ruin is a must-see for most... more...
- Nicholas Brealey Publishing 2011; US$ 18.94
Germany is a valuable tool for students, teachers, business people and others wishing to understand the dynamics of cross-cultural interaction between Germans and Americans. Greg Nees offers an insider's perspective on what it means to be a German in this thoughtful examination of German culture. He covers everything from modern German history to... more...
- Rough Guides 2012; US$ 12.99
Pocket Rough Guide Berlin is your essential guide to one of the most exciting cities in Europe, with all the key sights, restaurants, shops, and bars in an easy-to-use format. Whether you have an afternoon or a few days at your disposal, our itineraries help you plan your trip, and the Best of Berlin section picks out the city's highlights, from... more...
- The History Press 2011; US$ 18.94
In 1956 sea area Heligoland became German Bight. But why did the North Sea island, which for nearly a century had demonstrated its loyalty to Britain, lose its identity? How had this once peaceful haven become, as Admiral Jacky Fisher exclaimed 'a dagger pointed at England's heart'? Behind the renaming of Heliogland lies a catalogue of deceit, political... more...
- Berghahn Books 2012; US$ 37.95
Reinhart Koselleck (1923?2006) was one of most imposing and influential European intellectual historians in the twentieth century. Constantly probing and transgressing the boundaries of mainstream historical writing, he created numerous highly innovative approaches, absorbing influences from other academic disciplines as represented in the work... more...