Germany since 1990
(see also Germany, Germany: Nazi Regime, Holocaust, West Germany, 1945-1990 & German Democratic Republic)
CIA World Factbook. Includes map.
On the Web: Specialized Sites
Boston, William. "Germany's neo-Nazi terror front," Christian Science Monitor (9/18/03):6.
Eakin, Hugh. "Schröder's Kulturkampf," Nation (11/11/02). Berlin Republic's cultural policy focussed on cosmopolitanism rather than traditional German nationalism.
Hawley, Charles G. "Angst from the underground," Christian Science Monitor (5/5/03):16. Rise of Neo-Nazi movement in prep schools.
Moeller, Robert G. "War stories: the search for a usable past in the Federal Republic of Germany," American Historical Review 101,4 (10/96):1008-48.
Tzortzis, Andreas. "Germany divided over hijab," Christian Science Monitor (10/10/03):6
In the Library: Non-Fiction Books
Annan, Noel. Changing Enemies: The Defeat & Regeneration of Germany (Ithaca NY: Cornell, 1997).
Cioc, Mark. The Rhine: An Eco-Biography, 1815-2000 (Seattle: U. of Washington, 2002).
Fulbrook, Mary (ed.) German History Since 1800 (NY: Oxford, 1997).
Jarausch, Konrad H. The Rush to German Unity (NY: Oxford, 1994).
Kettenacker, Lothar. Germany Since 1945 (NY: Oxford, 1997).
Kramer, Jane. Unsettling Europe (NY: Penguin, 1980). On post-war wave of Third World immigrants.
__________. The Politics of Memory: Looking for Germany in the New Germany (NY: Random House, 1996).
Ozment, Steven. A Mighty Fortress: A New History of the German People (NY: Harper Collins, 2003).
Watts, Meredith W. Xenophobia in United Germany: Generations, Modernization, & Ideology (NY: St. Martin's, 1997).
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