Issue July 2019

Anonymous: “A Woman in Berlin”. The History of a Bestseller. |  Refugees, Terrorists, Freedom Fighters? Algerian Migrants and the Federal Republic of Germany, 1954 to 1962. | From Opponents to Partners? The German Trade Union Confederation and Media Policy in the Federal Republic of Germany. | Right-Wing Populism in Western Democracies – Historical Perspectives. | Obituary on Jürgen Zarusky (April 28, 1958 - March 4, 2019.

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Issue April 2019

Secular Death? The Churches and the End of Life in the Federal Republic of Germany. | Martin Niemöller as a Völkisch-Nationalist Student Politician in Münster, 1919–1923. | Walther Rauff and the Chilean Military Dictatorship under Augusto Pinochet. A Transnational Investigation of a Persistent Rumour. | A British Sonderweg? A Research Report on the Role of Great Britain in European Integration since 1945. | How Albert Speer Escaped the Gallows. On the Genesis of the Survival Strategy of the Reich Minister for Armaments and War Production in May 1945.

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Issue January 2019

The Stasi, Siemens and the Transfer of IT Knowledge during the Cold War. |  Richard Koebner, a German-Jewish Pioneer of Conceptual History. | Stolen Art and Art Robbery. Soviet Compensation Practice in the Soviet Zone of Occupation in Germany. | “Hitlers Tischgespräche” and “Monologe im Führerhauptquartier” – a Critical Examination.

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