The German conception of history; the national tradition of historical thought from Herder to the present, by Georg G. Iggers.Material type: TextPublisher: Middletown, Conn., Wesleyan University Press Edition: [1st ed.]Description: xii, 363 p. 24 cmSubject(s): Germany -- HistoriographyDDC classification: 914.3/0072 LOC classification: DD86 | .I34Other classification: 15.01 | NB 5500
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|DD76 .T54 Listen, Hans,||DD86.7.G5 A3 1988 A European past :||DD86 .B69 German antiquity in Renaissance myth||DD86 .I34 The German conception of history;||DD89 .D3 From Charlemagne to Hitler,||DD89 .D4 Germany :||DD89 .D5 Germany;|
Includes bibliographical references.