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Monika  Czernin - The Emperor Travels Incognito

Monika Czernin

The Emperor Travels Incognito

Joseph II and the Europe of Enlightenment

It is the end of the eighteenth century, and the European royal houses are beginning to falter. The young Habsburg emperor Joseph II realises that reform is inevitable, and he...

Date of publication
March 2021

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Dan  Diner - The Other War

Dan Diner

The Other War

Jewish Palestine and WWII – 1935-1942

The Other War is an anatomy of the Second World War, approached from a different perspective: at the centre of events stands Jewish Palestine, situated at the crossroads of...

Date of publication
March 2021

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Hauke  Goos (Editor), Alexander  Smoltczyk (Editor) - "A Summer Like No Other"

Hauke Goos (Editor), Alexander Smoltczyk (Editor)

"A Summer Like No Other"

How peace began in Germany in 1945 – witness reports

The 9th of May 1945 was the first day of peace in Europe, following almost six years of war – and it marked the start of a summer characterised by upheavals, grief and a lust for...

Date of publication
April 2021

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Lutz  Hachmeister - Hotel Provençal

Lutz Hachmeister

Hotel Provençal

A history of the Côte d’Azur

For the past 44 years, the abandoned ruins of the former luxury hotel "Le Provençal" have loomed above the pine forest of the famous seaside resort of Juan-les-Pins. This former...

Date of publication
April 2021

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Malte  Herwig - The Great Kalanag

Malte Herwig

The Great Kalanag

How Hitler's magician made the past disappear and won over the world

He was the biggest star of the young German republic. After the war, he forged an international career as a magician. Helmut Schreiber, a.k.a. Kalanag, was famous for his complex,...

Date of publication
March 2021

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  • General Non-Fiction
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Werner  Milstein - Someone Has to Do Something!

Werner Milstein

Someone Has to Do Something!

The life of Sophie Scholl

Sophie Scholl is one of the most seminal figures of the resistance against Hitler. In honour of her 100th birthday on May 9th 2021, Werner Milstein tells the story of the life of...

Date of publication
March 2021

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Bettina  Musall (Editor), Eva-Maria  Schnurr (Editor) - The Aristocrats

Bettina Musall (Editor), Eva-Maria Schnurr (Editor)

The Aristocrats

Europe's nobility from the Middle Ages to the present day

Have you ever wondered what really happened at court, what its rules of dress and etiquette were, what noblewomen wrote in their secret diaries and which blue bloods actually did...

Date of publication
March 2021

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