This lively and concise book uses a dual approach to introduce
students and non-specialists to Wilhelmine Germany (1888-1918). It
surveys social, economic, political, cultural and diplomatic
developments in an age of tumultuous upheaval. It also explains why
historians have so often reversed the interpretative 'switches'
guiding research on this period. By highlighting the breadth of
historical change under Wilhelm II and the evolution of opposing
viewpoints about its significance, this book provides easy access
to an epoch - and a debate - characterised more by controversy than
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