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Central European history : CEH / Sponsored by the Conference Group for Central European History of the American Historical Association. Publ. ... by Emory University.

Contributor(s): American Historical Association / Conference Group for Central [Herausgebendes Organ].
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Language: Deutsch
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge Univ. Press,
Dates of publication: 1.1968 -
ISSN: 0008-9389.Other title: CEH ; Cent. Eur. Hist. ; Central European history [Elektronische Ressource] [Portion of title].
Content / special issues:

03.1970,1/2. In Memory of Hajo Holborn, 1902 - 1969

17,1984,1. Who voted for Hitler?

17.1984,4. Students and Universities in Germany and Austria during two World Wars

26.1993,1. Post-World War II Germanies

41.2008,4. Imagining Germany from abroad the view from Britain and the United States : a coordinated issue with 'German History'

43.2010,4. Culture of Politics - Politics of Culture : New Perspectives on the Weimar Republic

47.2014,2. From the 'Grünen Wiesen' to Urban Space: Berlin, Expansion, and the 'Longue Durée'

48.2015,3. Photography and twentieth-century German history

51.2018,1. Special Commemorative Issue: "Central European History" at Fifty (1968–2018) : reflections on the past, present, and future of "Central European History" and Central European Studies: taking stock of the Journal and the field

51,2018,3. Masculinity and the Third Reich

52.2019,1. New narratives for the history of the Federal Republic. Guest editors: Frank Biess and Astrid M. Eckert

General notes: Leiden [u.a.] : Brill [-2005]Additional physical forms: Online-Ausg.: Central European history
List(s) this item appears in: laufende Zeitschriftenabonnements
Holdings: 01.1968 - 52,2019,1 - | Signatur: Zsn0228 (CEH) | Standort: Magazin 3 (zurückliegende Jg.)

Leiden [u.a.] : Brill [-2005]

03.1970,1/2. In Memory of Hajo Holborn, 1902 - 1969

17,1984,1. Who voted for Hitler?

17.1984,4. Students and Universities in Germany and Austria during two World Wars

26.1993,1. Post-World War II Germanies

41.2008,4. Imagining Germany from abroad the view from Britain and the United States : a coordinated issue with 'German History'

43.2010,4. Culture of Politics - Politics of Culture : New Perspectives on the Weimar Republic

47.2014,2. From the 'Grünen Wiesen' to Urban Space: Berlin, Expansion, and the 'Longue Durée'

48.2015,3. Photography and twentieth-century German history

51.2018,1. Special Commemorative Issue: "Central European History" at Fifty (1968–2018) : reflections on the past, present, and future of "Central European History" and Central European Studies: taking stock of the Journal and the field

51,2018,3. Masculinity and the Third Reich

52.2019,1. New narratives for the history of the Federal Republic. Guest editors: Frank Biess and Astrid M. Eckert

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