Death of a Nation: A New History of German Central Europe
July 10, 2012
Non-fiction: History/Politics/Current Affairs
Death of a Nation brings to life the leading figures that shaped the history of German Central Europe between 105 BC to 1949. Covering the battles of the Roman Empire, the role the Holy Roman Empire played in the crusades, the expansion of German settlement across Central and Eastern Europe, the destruction of the Thirty Years War, Prussia and Germany's rise and fall, and the causes and consequences of the wars initiated by Germany and how they shaped the modern World.