From politics and contemporary history

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From politics and contemporary history
Logo APuZ.jpg
description garnish
Area of ​​Expertise politics
language German
publishing company Societäts-Verlag ( Germany )
First edition 1953
Frequency of publication weekly
Sold edition approx.15,000 copies
( IVW  Q4 / 2016 supplement to Parliament )
editor Federal Agency for Civic Education
Web link From politics and contemporary history
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From Politics and Contemporary History ( APuZ ) is a supplement to the German weekly newspaper Das Parlament that has appeared since 1953 . Despite the unusual form of publication, it is one of the most important German-language specialist journals for political science . In each issue, a topic from politics, history and society is examined from different perspectives through scientific contributions by various authors. The journal is therefore also a forum for controversial discussion, it introduces complex areas of knowledge and offers a balanced mix of fundamental and current analyzes. The supplement is published by the Federal Agency for Civic Education .

You can read APuZ as a supplement to The Parliament and since 1995 also as an online edition. In addition, the Federal Center also offers separate volumes for sale. Current print editions of the brochure, however, can be ordered free of charge from the website.

It is expressly permitted to make copies of class size for teaching purposes. The contributions are under the license CC-BY-NC-ND 3.0 Germany .

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Dirk Berg-Schlosser, Sven Quenter (Ed.): Literature Guide Political Science. A critical introduction to standard works and contemporary “classics”. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart a. a. 1999, ISBN 3-17-015416-8 , p. 286.
  2. From politics and contemporary history shop page of the bpb. Retrieved January 18, 2019 .
  3. Imprint box of the edition of February 16, 2004. Retrieved September 29, 2015 .