The history of Germany since 1789 / Golo Mann ; translated from the German by Marian Jackson.

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New York : Praeger, 1968.

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Standard Title Deutsche Geschichte des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts. English
Other Authors Jackson, Marian.
Subjects Germany -- History -- 1789-1900.
Germany -- History -- 20th century.
Germany.
Description xii, 547 pages ; 25 cm
Copyright Date 1968.
Notes Translation of Deutsche Geschichte des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 537-540) and index.
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.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Germany
Network Numbers (OCoLC)675301
(OCoLC)ocm00675301
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WorldCat Identities Mann, Golo, 1909-1994.
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