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The German historians and England; a study in nineteenth-century views [by] Charles E. McClelland.


Cambridge [England] University Press, 1971.
ISBN 0521080630, 9780521080637

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Subjects Deutschland.
England -- Foreign public opinion, German.
England -- Social life and customs -- 19th century.
England.
Germany.
Geschichtsschreibung.
Grande-Bretagne -- Opinion publique allemande.
Great Britain -- Foreign opinion, German.
Grossbritannien.
Historians -- Germany.
Historians.
Historiens -- Allemagne.
Manners and customs.
Public opinion, German.
Description ix, 300 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 257-294).
Contents Part I: Introduction -- Prologue -- The eighteenth-century background -- Part II: The German view of England in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic periods -- The challenge of the French Revolution -- Restoration versus constitutionalism and the German view of England -- Part III: Anglo-German fraternity -- the middle decades -- England as older brother -- constitutionalism and the British example -- England as first cousin -- Ranke and Protestant-Germanic conservatism -- England as a sibling rival -- outside views -- England as senescent uncle -- Gneist and the young National Liberals -- Part IV: The end of Anglophilia -- Treitschke and the rejection of England -- Imperialism and Anglo-German estrangement -- Epilogue.
Geographic Area England
Germany
Network Numbers (OCoLC)153848
(OCoLC)ocm00153848
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities McClelland, Charles E.
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