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German Unification Collection  

A collection of over 250 books and archival materials dealing with the reunification of Germany and the response in neighboring countries.
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Becoming Party Politicians - Louise K. Davidson-Schmich
ISBN: 0268025851
Publication Date: 2006

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Imperfect Justice - Inga Markovits
Call Number: KKA190 .M3713 1995
ISBN: 0198259611
Publication Date: 1995

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Everyday Subversion - Kerry Kathleen Riley
ISBN: 0870138014
Publication Date: 2007

 

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Resources on the German Unification

Brian Scott Frye, The “Two-plus-Four” Treaty: Current Implications for U.S. Forces’ Activity and Freedom of Movement in Berlin and the New German States, ARMY LAWYER, 2009, at 32–42.

Hans G. Gnodtke, Sixty Years of the German Basic Law (Constitution of the Federal Republic of Germany 1949) and Twenty Years of German Reunification—a Synopsis, 16 JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW, 2009, at 5–18.

Birger Nerré & Carsten Pallas, The German Reunification Revisited: First Insights from a Tax-cultural Perspective, 97 NATL. TAX ASSOC. PROC. ANNU. CONF. TAX. 275–283 (2004).

Cecilia Y., student author Oh, The Effect of Reunification of North and South Korea on Treaty Status, 16 EMORY INT. LAW REV. 311–349 (2002).

Mathew W., student author Pile, Ten years of Basic Law amendments: developing a constitutional model of German unification, 34 VANDERBILT J. TRANSNATL. LAW 633–679 (2001).

Udo Steiner, The Basic Law and the process of reunification, 53 SMU LAW REV. 461–476 (2000).

Peter E. Quint, The constitutional guarantees of social welfare in the process of German unification, 47 AM. J. COMP. LAW 303–326 (1999).

Dieter Papenfuss, The fate of the international treaties of the GDR within the framework of German unification, 92 AM. J. INT. LAW 469–488 (1998).

Mathias, 1955- Reimann, Takeover: German reunification under a magnifying glass, 96 MICH. LAW REV. 1988–1999 (1998).

Edward Elwyn, student author Johnson, International law aspects of the German reunification: alternative answers to the German question, 12 ADELPHIA LAW J. 93–142 (1997).

Thomas Lundmark, East Germans’ conversion to democracy, 20 FORDHAM INT. LAW J. 384–395 (1996).

Holger Knudsen, “What belongs together can now grow together”—the German unification process and its legal impact, 24 INT. J. LEG. INF. 25–35 (1996).

Micah, student author Goodman, After the Wall: the legal ramifications of the East German border guard trials in unified Germany, 29 CORNELL INT. LAW J. 727–765 (1996).

Matthias J. Herdegen, Unjust laws, human rights, and the German Constitution: Germany’s recent confrontation with the past, 32 COLUMBIA J. TRANSNATL. LAW 591–606 (1995).

Kenneth S. Kilimnik, Germany’s army after reunification: the merging of the Nationale Volksarmee into the Bundeswehr, 1990-1994, 145 MIL. LAW REV. 113–148 (1994).

Paul M. Schwartz, Constitutional change and constitutional legitimation: the example of German unification, 31 HOUST. LAW REV. 1027–1104 (1994);

Samuel K. N. Blay & Ryszard W. Piotrowicz, The advance of German unification and the abortion debate, 14 STATUTE LAW REV. 171–185 (1993).

Dirk Ehlers, The German unification: background and prospects, 15 LOYOLA LOS ANGEL. INT. COMP. LAW J. 771–811 (1993).

Post-reunification German constitutionalism, 38 ST LOUIS UNIV. LAW J. 317–339 (1993).

Peter E. Quint, Constitution-making by treaty in German unification: a comment on Arato, Elster, Preuss, and Richards, 14 CARDOZO LAW REV. 691–704 (1993).

Daniel J. Meador, Transition in the German legal order: East back to West, 1990-91, 15 BOSTON COLL. INT. COMP. LAW REV. 283–309 (1992).

Jonathan J. Doyle, A bitter inheritance: East German real property and the Supreme Constitutional Court’s “Land Reform” decision of April 23, 1991, 13 MICH. J. INT. LAW 832–864 (1992).

Expropriation and compensation: claims to property in East Germany in light of German unification, 6 EMORY INT. LAW REV. 215–251 (1992); Resolving rival claims on East German property upon German unification, 101 YALE LAW J. 527–549 (1991).

Manfred, 1940- Weiss, The transition of labor law and industrial relations: the case of German unification—a preliminary perspective, 13 COMP. LABOR LAW J. 1–17 (1991).

Albrecht Randelzhofer, German unification: constitutional and international implications, 13 MICH. J. INT. LAW 122–143 (1991).

Kevin J., student author Palmersheim, European Monetary Union and German reunification: the need for the Bundesbank to answer to Europe, 10 WIS. INT. LAW J. 149–168 (1991).

Norbert Horn, The lawful German revolution: privatization and market economy in a re-unified Germany, 39 AM. J. COMP. LAW 725–746 (1991.

Burkhard Bastuck, Unity, law, and freedom: legal aspects of the process and results of German unification, 25 INT. LAWYER 251–266 (1991).

Oliver Passavant & Gerhard Nösser, The German reunification—legal implications for investment in East Germany, 25 INT. LAWYER 875–905 (1991.

Taking Reichs seriously: German unification and the law of state succession, 104 HARV. LAW REV. 588–606 (1990).

Jutta Brunnée, The reunification of Germany: comments on a legal maze, 13 DALHOUS. LAW J. 725–741 (1990).

German reunification: the effect on international joint ventures, 5 FLA. INT. LAW J. 271–282 (1990).

Jost Delbrueck, A European Peace Order and the German Question: legal and political aspects, 11 MICH. J. INT. LAW 897–911 (1990).

The German question of reunification: an historical and legal analysis of the division of Germany and the 1989 reform movement in the German Democratic Republic, 8 DICKINSON J. INT. LAW 291–312 (1990).

German reunification: historical and legal roots of Germany’s rapid progress towards unity, 22 N. Y. UNIV. J. INT. LAW POLIT. 253–317 (1990).

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