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Harvard Historical Studies 143

Defining Germany

The 1848 Frankfurt Parliamentarians and National Identity

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$92.00 • £73.95 • €83.00

ISBN 9780674009110

Publication Date: 11/15/2002


302 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

1 map

Harvard Historical Studies


  • Acknowledgments
  • Map: The German Confederation
  • Introduction
  • Part I. The Vormärz Culture of Nationhood
    • 1. Defining National Boundaries
    • 2. The Nation as Historical Actor
  • Part II. Nationhood and Revolution in Germany, 1848–1849
    • 3. The German Nation and the German Jews
    • 4. Citizenship and Nationality Rights: The Paradox of the Non-German German
    • 5. Setting Boundaries for the New Germany
    • 6. National Honor, National Conflict: Germany’s International and Historical Role
  • Conclusion: The German Culture of Nationhood in Comparative Perspective
  • Notes
  • Index

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