author={Andreas Hillgruber},
  journal={Historische Zeitschrift},
  pages={529 - 552}
  • A. Hillgruber
  • Published 1 December 1973
  • Political Science
  • Historische Zeitschrift
E I N Plädoyer zugunsten einer stärkeren Stellung der allein schon vom Begriff her mannigfadien Mißverständnissen ausgesetzten „politischen Geschichte" in der historischen Forschung, in der akademischen Lehre und im Geschichtsunterricht mag im gegenwärtigen geistigen Klima der Bundesrepublik in mancherlei Hinsidit als eine „Provokation" ersdieinen. Seit längerem ist ja der Ruf nach einem Vorrang der Sozialgeschichte im Rahmen einer sidi mehr oder weniger bereitwillig in die Sozialwissenschaften… 
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