Thomas Nipperdey

Thomas Nipperdey (27 October 1927, Cologne – 14 June 1992, Munich) was a German historian best known for his monumental and exhaustive studies of Germany from 1800 to 1918. As a close albeit critical follower of Leopold von Ranke's famous ideal of writing "history exactly as it happened," Nipperdey sought comprehensive coverage of every major social political and economic development in Germany, while avoiding partisanship, and rejecting moralistic efforts to discover or disprove roots of Nazism in German history. Provided by Wikipedia

by Nipperdey, Thomas
Published 1986
VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften

by Nipperdey, Thomas
Published 1975
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht