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Maritime History at the CrossroadsA Critical Review of Recent Historiography$
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Frank Broeze

Print publication date: 1995

Print ISBN-13: 9780969588580

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: September 2018

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9780969588580.001.0001

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German Maritime Historical Research since 1970: A Critical Survey

German Maritime Historical Research since 1970: A Critical Survey

(p.113) German Maritime Historical Research since 1970: A Critical Survey
Maritime History at the Crossroads

Lars U. Scholl

Liverpool University Press

This essay constructively examines and analyses research in German Maritime History since 1970. Each analysis is divided into specific topics, with work and research adhering to that topic receiving critical response. Topics include Marine Art and Industrial Archaeology; Inland Navigation; Social History; Fishing and Writing; Ports; Shipbuilding; Shipping Companies; Emigration; Shipping and Trade with Various Regions; and Works of General References and Syntheses.

Keywords:   German Maritime History, Marine Art, Industrial Archaeology, Inland Navigation, German Social History, Fishing, German Marine Ports, German Shipbuilding, International Maritime History, German Shipping Companies

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