1914: The Year the World Ended
By reviewer reviewer David Costello
KAISER Wilhem II of Germany was a ``scatterbrained buffoon’’ fond of sabre rattling and scribbling rage-filled rants on the margins of official correspondence. Yet he was a weak, panic-stricken figure when World War I exploded. And like his...
Disasters Without Borders
By reviewer reviewer Bridget Crane
The international politics, players and history surrounding “disasters” (both broadly- and narrowly-defined) should be of key interest to an Australian audience given our long history of droughts, floods and bushfires. The issue also has...
By reviewer reviewer Sophia Brook
This is an in-depth country report on Australia in German for a German-speaking audience. Its eleven chapters provide a detailed overview of the country’s indigenous and colonial histories; political system; society and Kultur; education,...