History of Germany

Welcome to the History of Germany Course at Wikiversity. In this course we will study German History since Antiquity to the Modern Day. Good luck... --EarlGrey2005

Welcome to History of Germany course!
Educational level: this is a secondary education resource.
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Rules of this courseEdit

  • Students must do homework.
  • Students must ask questions about Germany.
  • Students must take quizzes.
  • Successful students will become assistants.

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The aim of this course is that to give some knowledge about German History on a student level.. Students have to do their homework, follow the lessons, solve the quizzes and if they need, they should ask their questions to their instructor. If the students aren't interested in their homework, they don't spend any effort for them, don't follow the lessons and don't solve the quizzes, they will add in to inactive students list. Before being added to inactive students list, they will be warned. When the 1st quarter is completed, the most succesful students who obey the rules of this lesson will be chosen as assistant students. In the 2nd quarter, the most succesful students(that were already assistant students) will be chosen as an assistant professor. In the 3rd and 4th quarter, the most successful student(that was a assistant professor) will be chosen as professional student. When the course is over, successful students will get an award from the instructor.

General QuizzesEdit


Semester IEdit

Quarter 1: Germanic Tribes, 750 BC - 768 ADEdit

Quarter 2: Early Holy Roman EmpireEdit

Semester IEdit

Quarter 3: Late Holy Roman Empire to the German EmpireEdit

Quarter 4: World War I to Modern DayEdit

Homework this weekEdit

No Homework Yet


is even a non-german allowed to participate to the course? I wait impatiently the answer


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  Stuart Halley

  1. EarlGrey2005