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- The Cambridge Companion to Modern German CultureOffers an account of modern German culture since the onset of industrialization. Chapters trace developments in culture, including national identity, minorities and women, Jews in German society and the functions of folk and mass culture.Also: print copies available in Memorial and College Libraries, call no.: DD204 C36 1998, https://search.library.wisc.edu/catalog/999853083602121
- Encyclopedia of Modern Europe: Europe Since 1914--Encyclopedia of the Age of War and ReconstructionEurope Since 1914 details European history from the Bolshevik Revolution to the European Union, linking it to the history of the rest of the world. Includes 920 articles and many illustrations.
- The Oxford Handbook of Modern German History. Edited by Helmut Walser Smith. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2011.A multi-author survey of German history that features syntheses of major topics by an international team of scholars. It emphasizes demographic, economic, and political history.Also: print copy in Memorial Library, call no.: DD89 O94 2011, Regular Stacks, 7th floor So. https://search.library.wisc.edu/catalog/9910111610702121