n Journal for Contemporary History - Bismarck, Hitler en Kohl en die grense van die moontlike




What precisely the boundaries of the possible were, how Bismarck, Hitler and Kohl reacted thereupon and what implications it had for Germany and Europe, are investigated here. The important intermezzo of the Cold War, and thus also the roles of Adenauer and Brandt, are also considered. Ultimately it boils down to the interaction between individual and impersonal factors in the shaping of history.


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