Routledge Sources in History presents the key issues in twentieth century history through original sources. Integrated commentary and analysis by subject specialists help students develop the skills required to investigate and evaluate a broad range of source material.
Hitler Study of a Revolutionary?
The Suez Crisis
Resistance and Conformity in the Third Reich
The Stalin Era
The Spanish Civil War A Modern Tragedy
The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union
By Martyn Housden
June 26, 2000
Adolf Hitler is perceived to be the most evil political leader of twentieth century Europe. Hitler draws on his background and involvement in the rise of National Socialism, the government of the Third Reich, leadership of the Second World War in Germany and his psychology to discuss Hitler's ...
By William Fortescue
April 02, 2014
An essential introduction to the major political problems, debates and conflicts which are central to the history of the Third Republic in France, from the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71 to the fall of France in June 1940.It provides original sources, detailed commentary and helpful chronologies ...
By Anthony McElligott
July 09, 2001
By the 1930s over two-thirds of Germans lived in towns and cities, and those who did not found themselves inexorably affected by the ever-growing urban vortex. The German Urban Experience 1900 - 1945 surveys the social and cultural history of Germany in this crucial period through written, visual ...
By Anthony Gorst, Lewis Johnman
January 06, 1997
This introduction to Suez covers the background to the crisis, the invasion, and its aftermath. The Suez-Crisis provides:* key documents, as primary sources, incorporated in the text* an extensive range of other source material, including images* analysis of the significance of the sources ...
By Martyn Housden
January 06, 1997
This is a thematically arranged text illustrating popular resisitance to Nazism in Germany from 1930-1945, and the affect of Nazism on everyday life. The book combines a lucid, synthesized analysis together with a wide selection of integrated source material taken from pamphlets, diaries, recent ...
By Philip Boobbyer
October 25, 2000
This book provides a wide-ranging history of every aspect of Stalin's dictatorship over the peoples of the Soviet Union. Drawing upon a huge array of primary and secondary sources, The Stalin Era is a first-hand account of Stalinist thought, policy and and their effects. It places the man and his ...
By George R. Esenwein
November 10, 2005
This exciting collection of primary sources on the Spanish Civil War uses military and political documents, media accounts, and contemporary propaganda to create a representative and illuminating survey of this enormously complicated event more than sixty-five years after it ended. ...
By Richard Sakwa
August 17, 1999
Through sources and documents, The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union by Richard Sakwa places the Soviet experience in historical and comparative context. The author introduces each source in this volume fully and provides commentary and analysis.Using eye-witness accounts, official documents and ...
By Ronald Kowalski
August 19, 1997
The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 has provided fresh perspectives from which to view the Revolution out of which it grew. The Russian Revolution, 1917-1921, by Ronald Kowalski, reviews the ever-changing debate on the nature of the Russian Revolution. This collection of documents and sources ...
By John Pollard
May 06, 1998
This source book examines the development of Italian Fascism, and surveys the themes and issues of the movement. It spans from the emergence of the united Italian state in the nineteenth century, to the post-war aftermath of fascism. It provides:* analysis of propaganda and Mussolini's journalism* ...