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Breuilly, John

Germany’s Two Unifications

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Table of contents

1. The Concept of National Unification
John Breuilly, Ronald Speirs

2. Beginning and End? The Two German Unifications and the Epoch of Territoriality
Johannes Paulmann

3. Illegitimate Unions? German and European Unifications Viewed in Comparative Perspective
Laurence McFalls

4. Cultural Critique in the Two Unifications of Germany
Stephen Brockmann

5. Identity in Difference: Collective Symbols and the Interplay of Discourses in the Two German Unifications
Rolf Parr

6. Nationalism and the First Unification
John Breuilly

7. How did German Federalism Shape Unification?
Abigail Green

8. ‘Something Magical in the Name of Prussia…’ British Perceptions of German Nation Building in the 1860s
James Retallack

9. For Country, Court and Church: The Bavarian Patriots’ Party and Bavarian Regional Identity in the Era of German Unification
Erwin Fink

10. The Structure of German National Consciousness: Protestants, Catholics and Jews, 1871
Helmut Walser Smith

11. German Literature and the Foundation of the Second Empire
Ronald Speirs

12. Provincialism, Private Life and the Marginal Hero: Germany after Unification in the Works of Gustav Freytag, Friedrich Spielhagen and Paul Heyse
Elystan Griffiths

13. Theodor Fontane: Post-war Novelist
John Osborne

14. Nationalism in the Second German Unification
Mary Fulbrook

15. Historians, Unification and the ‘New National Paradigm’
Corey Ross

16. Cultural Polarities? Grass, Walser, Wolf: Reflections on the Process of Unification
Michael Butler

17. From a ‘Multinational Republic’ to ‘The Promised Land’: Journals and Unification
Karoline Oppen

18. Conclusion
John Breuilly

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, European Politics, European Union Politics, European History, Modern History, Political Science, International Relations

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2005
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
New Perspectives in German Studies
Page amount
354 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230518520
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-52369-6

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