Faust's Metropolis

Faust's Metropolis

A History of Berlin

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Baker & Taylor
An author narrates the history of Berlin from its birth in pre-Roman times through its pivotal position in many of the twentieth century's turning points, including Hitler's attempts to build a fascist empire, and the painful division that resulted from the Cold War.

Baker
& Taylor

Traces the history of Berlin from its birth in pre-Roman times through its pivotal position in many of the twentieth century's turning points, including the painful division that resulted from the Cold War

Publisher: New York : Carroll & Graf, 1998
Edition: First Carroll & Graf edition
ISBN: 9780786705108
0786705108
Branch Call Number: 943.155 R53
Characteristics: xxviii, 1, 139 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm

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jillsingleton Feb 09, 2015

Compelling reading, all 891 pages plus another 150 pages of notes and references. Highly recommend.

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