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Berlin, vol. 155.

Berlin. (World Bibliographical Series. Vol. 155. Clio. 161pp. 29 [pounds]. 1 85109 142 4). This useful series, designed eventually to cover every country and principal region in the world, provides an up-to-date guide to books and other source materials, almost all in English. Ian Wallace, Professor of German in the University of Bath, an acknowledged expert on German literature and contemporary affairs, has worked with four other eminent scholars to compile a comprehensive critical list of books on Berlin's history, geography, economy and politics. His own introduction reveals broad cultural knowledge of German social organization and contemporary literature from the late nineteenth century onwards. The volume will be welcomed in all European countries.
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Date:Sep 1, 1993
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