Issue October 2014

The German Green Party and Gorbachev. Metamorphoses of a Complex Relationship, 1985 – 1990. | An Offside World Revolutionary. The Commissar of the Bavarian Soviet Republic Tobias Axelrod. | “Merciless Actions against the Malicious Enemy”. Italian Warfare and Occupational Practice in Slovenia, 1941/42. | Democracy and Economic Policy During the Weimar Republic. | Theodor Eschenburg and the Robbery of Jewish Property during 1938/39.

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Issue July 2014

German History during Twentieth Century Time Spans. | “We Can Convert the Disease Into Our Weapon.” Heinrich Brüning’s Austerity Diktat and the Rejection of the French Loan Offers in 1930/31. | The “New Austrian People”. Educational Goals and Student Camps During the Schuschnigg Era, 1934 to 1938. | Holocaust Amnesia. The Ukrainian Diaspora and the Genocide against the Jews. | Volksgemeinschaft and the Social History of the Third Reich.

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Issue April 2014

Contemporary Historians in the Archives of the Social Sciences. Potential Insights and Increased Relevance for the Discipline. | The Liberal and Conservative Interpretations of German Politics at the Imperial University of Tokyo, 1905-1933. Sakuzo Yoshino and Shinkichi Uesugi in Comparison. | Nazi Feme Murders in Styria. | Otto Meyer: MAN Board Member During the Third Reich. | “Never with the PDS”? The SPD Position Towards the Successor Party of the SED Between Strategies of Exclusion and Integration (1990-1998).

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Issue January 2014

Disappointment as a Political Resource: On the Cohesion of the West German Peace Movement During the 1980s. | The Mining Trade Union and the “Guest Workers”. Immigration Policy in the Ruhr Mining Area Between the Late 1950s and the 1980s. | Harbingers of Downfall. Boundary Waters as an Environmental Problem between West and East Germany. | Hans Rosenberg and the History of German Liberalism. His Unpublished Inaugural Lecture, January 1933.

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