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  • Author:
    Charles S. Maier
  • ISBN:
    0674929756
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    978-0674929753
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    Harvard University Press; First edition (November 9, 1988)
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    240 pages
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The Unmasterable Past is exceedinly deficient as an historical analysis of the post-war German historical question.

The Unmasterable Past is exceedinly deficient as an historical analysis of the post-war German historical question. Sadly, though, the book says absolutely nothing new on its own; that is to say, there are no new thoughs presented.

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The Unmasterable Past: History,Holocaust, and German National Identity (Cambridge, MA: Harvard . Maier, Charles S. (2015). History lived and history written : Germany and the United States, 1945/55-2015" (PDF). Bulletin of the German Historical Institute (Washington DC).

The Unmasterable Past: History,Holocaust, and German National Identity (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press,1988). Dissolution: the Crisis of Communism and the End of East Germany (Princeton: Princeton University Press,1997). Among Empires: American Ascendancy and its Predecessors (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2006). 57 (Fall): 7–23. The Cold War and the World Economy, in The Cambridge History of the Cold War, Melvyn P. Leffler and Odd Arne Westad, eds.

Leverett Saltonstall Professor of History. Book Chapter (6). Journal Article (1). Center for European Studies Room 121 27 Kirkland Street Cambridge, MA 02138 [email protected] HOME, PUBLICATIONS /. The Unmasterable Past: History, Holocaust, and German National Identity. Citation: Maier C. 1988: Harvard University Press; 1988. Publications By Year.

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The Unmasterable Past : History, Holocaust, and German National Identity - With a New Preface. This outstanding text has received a great deal of criticism over the past couple of years for not being up to date, but has more to do with the fact that books, unlike our evergrowing knowledge, must be published at some point. Chapters three and five in this text have no equal that I know of, and few historians understand the historiograpy of Germany as well as Maier.

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Oops-it’s past time for NextDay delivery by tomorrow. Bringing his book up to date with reflections since its first publication a decade ago, Charles Maier writes that the historians' controversy gave Germany a chance to air the issues immediately before unification and, in effect, the controversy substituted for the constitutional debate that a united Germany never got around to holding.

Maier, Charles S. Bibliographic Citation. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1988. The history of an obsession: german judeophobia and the holocaust . Fischer, Klaus P. (1998). Related Items in Google Scholar. Dissolution: the Crisis of Communism and the End of East Germany (Princeton: Princeton University Press,1997)

The Unmasterable Past: History,Holocaust, and German National Identity (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press,1988). Leviathan . : Inventing Modern Statehood (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press,2014; also in Worlds Connected, Emily Rosenberg, ed.

Maier, a Harvard historian, sets the recent debate about the past among German scholars and publicists in an admirably comprehensive context . Harvard University Press, 1988, 227 pp. Purchase.

Maier, a Harvard historian, sets the recent debate about the past among German scholars and publicists in an admirably comprehensive context, beginning with what he calls "Bitburg history," President Reagan's complicity. The continuing debate about the German past, the various attempts to interpret, relativize or distort it, remains a seismograph of Germany's political culture.

Discusses how the Jewish Holocaust should be viewed as an historical event, and whether Germany can avoid a permanent stigma.