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Social protest, violence, and terror in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Europe

Author: Wolfgang J Mommsen; Gerhard Hirschfeld; German Historical Institute in London.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press : [Published] for the German Historical Institute, London, 1982.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Congresses
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Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wolfgang J Mommsen; Gerhard Hirschfeld; German Historical Institute in London.
ISBN: 0312734719 9780312734718
OCLC Number: 8430349
Notes: Papers from a conference held November 15-17, 1979 at the Werner-Reimers-Stiftung in Bad Homburg, which was arranged by the German Historical Institute.
Description: xi, 411 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Reflections of political murder : Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / Franklin L. Ford --
Political violence and political murder : comments on Franklin Ford's essay / Erick J. Hobsbawm --
Aims and ideology of violent protest in Great Britain 1800-48 / Malcolm I. Thomis --
Collective violent protest during the German Vormarz / Hans-Gerhard Husung --
Violence and terror in Russian revolutionary populism : the Narodnaya Volya, 1879-83 / Astrid von Borcke --
Political and economic terror in the tactics of the Russian Socialist-Revolutionary Party before 1914 / Maureen Perrie --
Terrorist strategies in the Socialist-Revolutionary Party in Russia, 1900-14 / Manfred Hildermeier --
Strategies of 'direct action' and violence in Spanish anarchism / Walther L. Bernecker --
Nationalist violence and terror in the Spanish border provinces : ETA / Gerhard Brunn --
Traditions of violence and terror in twentieth-century Ireland : IRB and IRA / Michael Laffan --
Anarchism and individual terror in the German Empire, 1870-90 / Andrew R. Carlson --
'Propaganda by deed' and 'direct action' : two concepts of anarchist violence / Ulrich Linse --
Syndicalism, strikes and revolutionary action in France / F.F. Ridley --
Georges Sorel and the myth of violence : from syndicalism to fascism / Wilfried Rohrich --
Fascism and violence in post-war Italy : political strategy and social conflict / Adrian Lyttelton --
Violence in Italian fascism, 1919-25 / Jens Petersen --
Political violence, its forms and strategies in th first Austrian Republic / Gerhard Botz --
Anti-democratic terror in the Weimar Republic : the Black Reichswehr & Feme-murders / David B. Souther --
KPD in the Weimar Republic and the problem of terror during the 'Third period', 1929-33 / Eve Rosenhaft --
Approaches to political violence : the Stormtroopers, 1925-33 / Peter H. Merkl --
Non-Legal violence and terrorism in western industrial societies : an historical analysis / Wolfgang J. Mommsen.
Responsibility: edited by Wolfgang J. Mommsen and Gerhard Hirschfeld.

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