Aunt Charlotte's Stories of German History
for the little ones

(1877-78)

online text of this book available

      Online text of Aunt Charlotte's Stories of German History for the little ones
     (this download version is published as
Young Folks' History of Germany)

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Click here to read David Blamires' 1997 paper in Paradigm How and What Victorian and Edwardian Children Learnt about German History.

Blamires examines the following books first published in the period 1841–1913:

  • Julia Comer – A History of Germany, and the Austrian Empire, from the earliest period to the present time, adapted for youth, schools, and families
  • [Robert B. Paul] – A History of Germany, from the Invasion of Germany by Marius to the Battle of Leipzic, 1813. On the plan of Mrs. Markham’s histories. For the use of young persons.
  • Wilhelm Pütz – Handbook of Modern Geography and History. Part III :Translated from the German by the Rev. R. B. Paul
  • Anonymous – Scenes and Narratives from German History
  • James Sime – History of Germany
  • Charlotte M. Yonge – Aunt Charlotte's Stories of German History for the Little Ones
  • S. Baring-Gould, with the collaboration of Arthur Gilman – Germany
  • H. E. Marshall – A History of Germany – with illustrations in colour by A. C. Michael

Paradigm contents and papers are online here : Paradigm - the Journal of the Textbook Colloquium Where any, and every, aspect of textbooks is, or are, investigated


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