This history of German culture paints a magnificent panorama of cultural life between 1870 and German reunification. It includes not only the peak achievements of high culture in the fields of literature, music and the fine arts, but also everyday culture and the achievements and influence of technology, engineering and scientific thought in cultural history. The author ensures an easily grasped arrangement of the material, which is structured into clear chapters and presented extremely concisely. He thus provides a multifaceted tour through the cultural history of Germany in the twentieth century and identifies its guiding landmarks concisely, clearly and precisely. von Müller, Siegfried
Dr. Siegfried Müller is a historian and former Director of the Department of Cultural History in the State Museum of Art and Cultural History in Oldenburg. He served as project director for the redesigning of the Museum of Military History of the Federal Armed Forces in Dresden and prepared the plan for the Knochenhauer-Amtshaus (Butchers= Guild Hall) in the Roemer-Pelizaeus Museum at Hildesheim.