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Mitchell Allen,Michael Hughes
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Mitchell Allen, Michael Hughes, eds. German Parliamentary Debates, 1848-1933.

Mitchell Allen, Michael Hughes, eds. New York: Peter Lang, 2003. As we learn from the preface, "all Professor Hughes had done were the rough translations of the debates" (p. vii).

German Parliamentary Debates, 1848-1933 presents a selection of issues . The late Michael Hughes received his P.

German Parliamentary Debates, 1848-1933 presents a selection of issues debated in the Frankfurt Assembly of 1848 and the later Reichstag of the unified Germany of 1870. in early modern European history from Boston University. in eighteenth-century German history from the School of Slavonic and East European Studies in London and is the author of several books on early modern and modern German topics.

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European History Quarterly, Vol. 22, Issue For a brief introduction to the escalating debate see Kershaw, Ian, The Nazi dictatorship (London, 1989 edn), ch. 9; and Eley, Geoff, ‘Nazism, politics. 22, Issue. 21 The ‘imposed’ Prussian constitution of December 1848 was the first official document to refer to the Prussian state in the singular. The legal codification of 1794, for example, referred to the Prussian state. For a brief introduction to the escalating debate see Kershaw, Ian, The Nazi dictatorship (London, 1989 edn), ch. 9; and Eley, Geoff, ‘Nazism, politics and public memory: thoughts on the west German Hislorikerstreit 1986–1987’ Past and Present, 121 (1988), 171–208. 48 Heck, Bruno, ‘Vorwort’, Heimat und Nation, tells this story (pp. 11–12).

German revolutions of 1848–49. North German Confederation . Cornelius Torp, "The "Coalition of 'Rye and Iron'" under the Pressure of Globalization: A Reinterpretation of Germany's Political Economy before 1914," Central European History Sept 2010, Vol. 43 Issue 3, pp 401-427. An Introduction to the Social and Economic History of Germany: Politics and Economic Change in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries(1978).

The early-modern European society gradually developed after the disasters of the 14th . In May the German National Assembly (the Frankfurt Parliament) met in Frankfurt to draw up a national German constitution.

The early-modern European society gradually developed after the disasters of the 14th century as religious obedience and political loyalties declined in the wake of the Great Plague, the schism of the Church and prolonged dynastic wars. Prussia became a European great power after 1763 and Austria's greatest rival in Germany. In 1640, Frederick William, also called the Great Elector, became ruler of Brandenburg-Prussia and immediately threw off his vassalage under the Kingdom of Poland and reorganized his loose and scattered territories.

Debates over Germany’s Past 387. The United States, The Soviet Union, and the German . Provides readers with a long view of modern German history. The United States, The Soviet Union, and the German Question 388. The New Germany 39. Overall, Kitchen offers a well-written and useful text for anyone studying or interested in modern Germany history. Times Higher Education Supplement, 23 February 2012). Provides readers with a long view of modern German history, revealing its continuities and changes up to the present day. Features updated and extended coverage of German social change and modernization, class, religion, and gender. Includes more in depth coverage of the German Democratic Republic.

Mastering Modern European History traces the development of Europe from the French Revolution to the present day. Political, diplomatic and socio-economic strands are woven together and supported by a wide range of pictures, maps, graphs and questions. Documentary extracts are included throughout to encourage the reader to question the nature and value of various types of historical evidence.

Becoming visible : women in European history. Boston, Houghton Mifflin. Modern European intellectual history : reappraisals and new perspectives. Memoirs of Harry Brown Mitchell: president, US Civil Service Commisson (1933-51) Vols 1 & 2. Washington. Mitchell, H. M. W. (1977). Ithaca, Cornell University Press. The hard way up : the autobiography of Hannah Mitchell, suffragette and rebel.

German Parliamentary Debates, 1848-1933 presents a selection of issues debated in the Frankfurt Assembly of 1848 and the later Reichstag of the unified Germany of 1870. Topics include the role of Austria in the proposed unification of Germany (1848), the «dangers» of Social Democracy (1878), the expansion of the High Seas Fleet (1900), the acceptance of the Treaty of Versailles (1919), and the Enabling Act of 1933 by which the Reichstag signed away its powers to Adolf Hitler. Through these debates, factions and figures that played key, if forgotten, roles in the German political landscape are examined and their importance acknowledged.