Kay Schiller is Senior Lecturer in History at Durham University. His books on German-Jewish refugee scholars during National Socialism include Gelehrte Gegenwelten and Weltoffener Humanismus (edited with Gerald Hartung). Christopher Young is Reader in Modern and Medieval German Studies and Head of the Department of German and Dutch at the University of Cambridge. He is the author of Narrativische Perspektiven in Wolframs Willehalm and a coauthor of History of the German Language through Texts.
“Ambitious and exciting . . . a far-reaching yet richly textured portrait of the Federal Republic at a pivotal moment.” - Central European History
“This is an outstanding book, which will undoubtedly be the definitive treatment of the subject for a long time to come.” - German Studies Review