Arbeitskreis deutsche England-Forschung, Band 52 (Hrsg. Prof. Dr. Ursula Lehmkuhl)
343 Seiten, Paperback
Format 23,0 x 15,5 cm
Britain did not recognise the German Democratic Republic until 1973 and even after 1973 the distance between the two countries seemed to be an almost unbridgeable gulf, and there seemed to be little of interest to historians of international relations. But this impression is deceptive. The present collection of essays offers a broad spectrum of aspects, including the Celtic fringe, British peace activists, the Christian-Marxist dialogue, and cultural relations transgressing the iron curtain. It advances our knowledge of the relations between the 'friendly enemies' of the Cold War. Contributors: Arnd Bauerkämper, Stefan Berger, Martin Brady, Mike Dennis, Stanley Forman, Anthony Glees, Henning Hoff, Bert Hogenkamp, Helen Hughes, Peter Johnson, Norman LaPorte, Darren Lilleker, Marianne Howarth, Damian Mac Con Udlah, Detlev Nakath, Reiner Oschmann, Ulrich Pfeil, John Sandford, Rosemary Stott, Sheila Taylor, Toby Thacker, Merrilyn Thomas.