Formation of the First German Nation-State, 1800-1871

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    Many accounts of German unification focus on war, diplomacy and Bismarck and on the crucial ten years up to 1871. John Breuilly, in addition to paying attention to those issues extends the analysis back to 1800. He also takes into account social, economic and cultural developments, bringing to the reader's attention recent research, much of it in German. In particular, the book argues that one should see unification as just one possible outcome of the German situation, the result of rapid shifts in the relative power of different European states and of underlying changes which made nationality a more vital force in politics.

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    Number of Pages: 160
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9780333527184
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    Listed in: European history, c 1700 to c 1900, Social & cultural history
    Publishers: Palgrave Macmillan, Red Globe Press

    Books by John Breuilly

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