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Kanopy streaming video
Kanopy, an on-demand streaming video service for educational institutions, is now accessible at UC. German Cinema is included in the subject category Foreign Language Film. Other categories available are: Documentaries / Early Film / Film Studies / Movies.
eTV, Broadcast television programmes from a range of channels (not comprehensive). Worth a browse for German resources
Bid for World Power? by
Call Number: D 511 .B535 2017
Publication Date: 2017
Over fifty years ago the German historian Fritz Fischer published his famous book 'Germany's aims in the First World War.' It departed from the established consensus that many countries and governments had a shared responsibility for the outbreak of the war, and put the onus primarily on Germany. The book initiated a fierce international debate which Fischer seems to have mostly won. By the middle of the 1970s many of his controversial positions had become mainstream. More recent research, however, started to question this consensus again. Many scholars moved away from focusing on the responsibility of individual countries or politicians and turned to the complex structures and mechanisms of the international system. How does this 'systemic' perspective alter the importance Fischer's findings and interpretations? This volume brings together the latest research by many of the most prominent historians of the First World War from a wide range of countries and it presents the most important trends and results of recent international scholarship, frequently based on new archival findings unavailable to Fischer at the time.
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