Issue April 2022

The Max Planck Society and the Economization of Research since the 1990s. | The Vatican, National Socialist Germany and the Franco-Regime, 1936 to 1938. | The Invented “Rubble Woman”. Dealing with the Nazi Era in Austria. | Martin Broszat and Compensation for Jewish Survivors of the Holocaust from Romania, 1955 to 1965. | “Florida-Rolf” Sends Greetings. Social Assistance Paid Abroad and the Debate about the Welfare State during the Schröder Era. | The Britcom “Yes Minister” and the Transformation of British Conservatism during the Thatcher Era.


Issue January 2022

Rabbi Joachim Prinz, Lessons Drawn from National Socialism and Support for the African American Civil Rights Movement. | Workers’ Resistance, Fascist Repression and International Solidarity. An Italian Provincial Town in the European Spotlight, 1922 to 1927. | Football and Migrant Workers in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1955 to 1973. | Marvin Bowers Perspective on McKinsey. | The CSU Between Crisis and Reorganisation – Reports on the State of the Party in the Bavarian Countryside Before the Federal Election of 1953. | John Rutter, Popular Classical Music and Transnational Conservatism Since the 1970s. | Holocaust, Colonialism and Nazi Imperialism. Research in the Shadow of a Polemic Debate.


Issue October 2021

Populism as a Field of Study of Contemporary History. A Critical Research Report. | Kurt Daluege, the Stennes Revolts 1930/31 and the Rise of the SS. | The Holodomor, Nazi Propaganda in Ukraine and its Difficult Legacy. | Gender and Democracy. Interpretative Struggles about the Social Order in the Federal Republic of Germany.


Issue July 2021

Homosexuals in Modern Germany. A Long-Term Perspective on Historical Transformations. | A “Newspaper for Germany”? The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and the German Question, 1969 to 1990. | The Trailblazers. Tony Blair, Great Britain and the Decision to Go to War in Iraq, 2001 to 2003. | Contradictions of a Modus Vivendi. Documents on the Visit of Michael Cardinal von Faulhaber with Adolf Hitler on the Obersalzberg in November 1936. | “To Be a Treasure in a Foreign Continent, To Become a Blessing”. About the Whereabouts of Cult Objects of (Forcibly) Dissolved Jewish Communities.



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