The unification of Germany, 1848-1871.

New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1968] .

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Subjects Germany -- Politics and government -- 1848-1870.
Prussia (Germany) -- Politics and government.
Description 122 p. illus., map. 24 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Contradictions within the movement, by V. Valentin.--The hostility of Europe, by E. Marcks.--The personality of Frederick William IV, by R. Stadelmann.--Lack of unity among disaffected classes, by F. Meinecke.--Man of blood and iron, by R. Saitschick.--Great national hero, by A. O. Meyer.--Responsible statesman, by H. Rothfels. --Champion of monarchy and aristocracy, by H. Holborn.--Napoleon: France's drive toward the Rhine, by H. Oncken.--Bismarck: a trap set for Napoleon, by E. Eyck.--Conflicting diplomatic offensives, by J. Dittrich.--Frankfurt, 1848: start of Germany's bid for world power, by L. Namier.--Federalism preferable to a national state, by F. Schnabel.--National state more realistic than federalism, by G. Ritter.--Königgrätz, 1866: defeat of liberalism and universalism, by H. Michaelis.--Free trade, 1865; Prussia's success due to economic strength, by H. Böhme.--Suggestions of additional reading (p. 120).
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