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German Responses to Political Violence beyond Europe The “Special Relationship” Reconsidered: New Approaches and Findings in the History of German-Israeli Affairs Competitiveness Debates from British Imperialism to American Globalization: Studies on British, American and German Declinism Narratives of identity in history teaching – genesis, comparison and instrumentalizations Rezensionen in der digitalen Transformation. Ein Diskussionsforum von H-Soz-Kult, VHD und dem NFDI4Memory-Konsortium “History from below”: Controversies about New Perspectives in Historiography from the 1960s to the 1990s Conflicting Interpretations of the Environment. International Expertise since the 19th Century Who is in Charge of Business History? Conflicting Interpretations between Historical Research and History Marketing Sacrificial competitions in memory cultures: Germany, Israel, Japan, South Korea Who owns the City? 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