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Germany and the Holy Roman Empire

Alan Sked and Joachim Whaley discuss the latter’s two volume history, which provides a standard of scholarship against which all future works will be measured.

The Kaiser and His Court: Wilhelm II and the Government of Germany

When it first appeared in hardback in 1994, John Rohl’s remarkable collection of essays won the Wolfson History Prize. And clearly it deserved to. This is how history should be written–with lucidity and originality, displaying on every page the workings of an inquiring mind, one that has examined and re-examined all available sources to reachContinue reading “The Kaiser and His Court: Wilhelm II and the Government of Germany”