Professor Nick Stargardt


Prof Stargardt's  research is in modern German history, understood within a European context. He started out as an intellectual and political historian of the late 19th and early 20th century, and since 1994 has turned increasingly to the history of children and childhood, and to the social and cultural history of Nazi Germany.

  • Private and Public Moral Sentiments in Nazi Germany

  • Legitimacy Through War?

  • The German War: A Nation Under Arms, 1939–45

  • Wartime Occupation by Germany: Food and sex

  • For Führer and Fatherland: The German war, 1939-1945

  • La dernière armée d’Hitler: adolescents allemands pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale

  • Hitler’s Last Army: German teenagers in the Second World War

  • Beyond 'consent' or 'terror': Wartime crises in Nazi Germany

  • Clausewitz’s Final Posting

  • Children

  • More