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Germany in the nineteenth century
On verso of t.p.: University of Manchester publications, no. 95.
|Statement||by A.S. Peake, B. Bosanquet, and F. Bonavia.|
|Series||Publications of the University of Manchester -- no. 14|
|Contributions||Peake, Arthur S. 1865-1929., Bosanquet, Bernard, 1848-1923., Bonavia, Ferruccio, 1877-1950.|
This book investigates the role of bourgeoisie society and the political developments of the nineteenth century in the peculiarities of German history. Most historians attribute German exceptionalism to the failure or absence of bourgeois revolution in German history and the failure of the bourgeoisie to conquer the pre-industrial traditions of authoritarianism. Similar Items. The long nineteenth century: a history of Germany, / by: Blackbourn, David, Published: () History of Germany, the long nineteenth century / by: Blackbourn, David, Published: () The Thirty Years' War and German memory in the nineteenth century / by: Cramer, Kevin.
Theology As Science in Nineteenth Century Germany: From F. C. Baur to Ernst Troeltsch. By Johannes Zachhuber. New York: Oxford University Press, xiii + . Full text of "Germany in the nineteenth century" See other formats.
It depicts thee increasing laicization of the first half of the nineteenth century, with its mediocre church attendance and secularized morality, and goes on to show how the two decdes after reversed the trend toward secularization. In he published Our Fritz: Emperor Frederick III and the Political Culture of Imperial Germany. Together with Heidi Mehrkens he has edited Sons and Heirs: Succession and Political Culture in Nineteenth-Century Europe () as well as Royal Heirs and the Uses of Soft Power in Nineteenth-Century Europe ().Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
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