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The history of Germany since 1789

Author: Golo Mann; Marian Jackson
Publisher: New York : Praeger, 1968.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Mann, Golo, 1909-1994.
History of Germany since 1789.
New York, Praeger [1968]
(OCoLC)564838934
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Golo Mann; Marian Jackson
OCLC Number: 675301
Notes: Translation of Deutsche Geschichte des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts.
Description: xii, 547 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Cardinal factors in German history --
Stormy beginning (1789-1815) --
Germany and the French revolution --
Reorganization from above --
Cosmopolitans and nationalists --
The fall of Napoleon and his legacy --
Interlude --
Hegel --
Old gods and new (1815-1848) --
Congress Europe --
Metternich's Germany --
An example: Joseph Gorres --
Periods and events --
Germany and its neighbours --
Philosophy and politics --
Heinrich Heine --
Karl Marx --
1848 --
The story --
The March revolution --
Unsolved problems --
Confusion worse confounded --
The paulskirche --
Setbacks --
Schleswig-Holstein --
Vienna and Berlin --
Grossdeutsch and Kleindeutsch --
The civil war --
The Prussian union --
Reflection --
German and French revolution --
The great powers and the German revolution n --
The problem of the nationalities --
The class struggle --
Leaders and led --
What remained --
Restoration again (1849-1862) --
Years of reaction --
Reaction in Prussia --
The Crimean war --
State and nation in Germany --
Ideas at work --
Lassalle --
Arthur Schopenhauer --
Prussian interlude --
The unification of Italy --
Nationalverein and Fortschrittspartei --
Constitutional conflict --
Prussia conquers Germany (1861-1871) --
Bismarck's portrait --
Bismarck, the progress party, Lassalle --
Crisis diplomacy --
Bismarck's wars --
Confusion and regrouping --
The north German confederation --
Southern Germany --
1870 --
Reflection --
In the new Reich (1871-1888) --
Society and its classes --
Parties --
Bismarck's system --
Diplomacy --
The bourgeois age --
A rebel: Freidrich Nietzsche --
The age of William II (1888-1914) --
Bismarck's end --
Kaiser and Reich --
Weltpolitik --
Parliament and authority --
Creativeness and impotence --
A glance at Austria --
The permanent crisis --
War --
July 1914 --
The war guilt question --
Moods --
Frustrated plans --
War aims and domestic friction --
Changes --
Chronology --
The last year --
Gloomy end, gloomy beginning --
Reflection --
Weimar --
Two basic documents --
Unrest, followed by apparent consolidation --
Achievements --
The intellectuals --
From Stresemann to Bruning --
Crisis and disintegration of the Weimar republic --
Reflection --
The darkest chapter --
The take-over --
Intermediate reflection --
Foreign policy --
The Nazi state --
Cheap victories --
Unleashing the second world war --
Reflection --
Character and course of the war --
Resistance --
The end --
What has happened since --
Potsdam and the partition --
The federal republic --
Adenauer --
Germany and eastern Europe --
The new society --
The 'unconquered past' --
Les Allemagnes.
Other Titles: Deutsche Geschichte des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts.
Responsibility: Golo Mann ; translated from the German by Marian Jackson.

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