Germany and its Evolution in Modern Times, by Henri Lichtenberger
Published by Constable in 1913, 440 pages. Hardback. First Edition (S4346)
This book is widely regarded as a classic account of the history and development of modern Germany, including unification in the 19th century and the rule of the iron chancellor - Bismark
One reviewer wrote: For thoroughness, impartiality, acumen, breadth of view, and elevation of spirit, as well as for a certain engaging kindness and sympathy in personal temper, this book (by a French professor) is a very noteworthy and surprising, work. It was originally presented as a series of lectures at the Sorbonne......
Condition of the book is generally ok. The blue cover boards have some scuffs and blemishes, and their is some nibbling and bumping along the edges, but the spine is intact and all pages are intact and tightly bound. Their is some foxing to the first and last few pages, and yellowing to the inside pages throughout