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Nationalism in Germany, 1848-1866

Revolutionary Nation

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 472
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Europe in Transition: The NYU European Studies Series

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Mark Hewitson reassesses the relationship between politics and the nation during a crucial period in order to answer the question of when, how and why the process of unification began in Germany. He focuses on how the...

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Mark Hewitson reassesses the relationship between politics and the nation during a crucial period in order to answer the question of when, how and why the process of unification began in Germany. He focuses on how the national question was articulated in the public sphere by the press, political writers and key political organizations.

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One of the first fulllength studies of nationalism and politics in Germany after 1848
Contributes to ongoing debates about the nature of nationalism in Europe
Incorporates original research and reviews existing accounts of the subject

List of Tables and Diagrams
List of Maps
Acknowledgements
Introduction
A German Revolution
The Great Powers and the Austrian Question
The Habsburg Monarchy and the Germans
The Third Germany and the Bund
Prussia, the Nation and the Constitution
The Struggle for Germany in Schleswig-Holstein
Conclusion
Notes
Bibliography
Index.
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MARK HEWITSON is Senior Lecturer in German History and Politics at University College London, UK.

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MARK HEWITSON is Senior Lecturer in German History and Politics at University College London, UK.

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