When war broke out in 1914, a map of Africa looked nothing like it does today. From the Belgian Congo to Italian Somaliland, most of the continent was carved into colonies of the various European powers. 757 more words
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To what extent was German nationalism consistently a popular cause throughout the period 1789-1919?
Intro – define popularity of nationalism (the number of people supporting the formation of a German nation, or later supporting a particular strand of nationalist thought); mention change in nationalism and change in levels of popularity; talk about how after 1871 almost everyone supported the existence of the nation… 509 more words
The deadline for the Oxford German Olympiad is drawing nigh! In fact, 16 March is the final date you can enter the competition. There’s just time for us to post one more friendship-themed blog post for your last-minute inspiration… 443 more words
In my two decades in the United States, I have not associated with any German clubs nor attended any folksy events like Oktoberfest, which for many Americans epitomizes German culture. 1,032 more words