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Germany’s Other Modernity: Munich and the Making of Metropolis, 1895–1930

Leif Jerram’s Germany’s Other Modernity: Munich and the Making of Metropolis, 1895–1930 is a rich and welcome contribution to the urban history of modern Germany, a field which has, for some time now, been dominated by studies on Berlin and Hamburg. Berlin has, as Jerram puts it with little exaggeration, acquired ‘totemic status’ (p. 13)Continue reading “Germany’s Other Modernity: Munich and the Making of Metropolis, 1895–1930”