The PrussianYearBook, an almanac accompanying the exhibitions and events which make up "Preußen 2001", is a collection of essays by politicans, writers and historicians which covers the most widely-varied aspects of Prussia`s cultural history. They examine loyalty to the Prussian crown and the way it is seen from the Bavarian point of view; the emancipation of hearts; the King and his officials; Prussia`s women; and the Great Deed. They ask who trained princes to become kings, what the true nature of "real gain" is, and how Holland`s Oranje ended up in the sands of the Mark Brandenburg.
ISBN 3-930929-14-7, 160 pages, numerous b/w and color pictures, historical maps, commented register of places and inserted map of Berlin and Brandenburg
Price: 2,50 € plus post and packing.