By Carine Germond, Henning Türk
Carine Germond, Henning Türk. A heritage of Franco-German kin in Europe. From "Hereditary Enemies" to companions. Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. 299 Pages
This booklet surveys Franco-German kinfolk from the French Revolution to the Nineteen Nineties, gathering the most up-tp-date examine from region specialists.
About the Author
Carine Germond is the Clifford Hackett Lecturer within the historical past of eu Integration at Yale. Henning Türk teaches background on the college Duisburg-Essen.
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Georges-Henri Soutou, “Die Kriegsziele Frankreichs im Ersten Weltkrieg,” in Über Frankreich nach Europa. Frankreich in Geschichte und Gegenwart, ed. Wolf D. Gruner and Klaus-Jürgen Müller (Hamburg: Krämer, 1996), 327–39. 43. Poidevin and Bariéty, Frankreich, 301. 44. Jean-Baptiste Duroselle, Histoire diplomatique de 1919 à nos jours (Paris: Dalloz, 1993), 9. 1057/9780230616639 - A History of Franco-German Relations in Europe, Edited by Carine Germond and Henning Türk CHAPTER 2 War, Occupation, and Entanglements German Perspectives on the Napoleonic Era Bernhard Struck Introduction W hen did the nineteenth century begin?
1057/9780230616639 - A History of Franco-German Relations in Europe, Edited by Carine Germond and Henning Türk 28 • Bernhard Struck into the Confederation of the Rhine. This was therefore the region of the most intensive French-German entanglement around 1800. From the perspective of rather ordinary contemporaries such as German travelers along with the insights of recent research on the experience of war, it will be argued that the categories in most late nineteenth- and even twentieth-century master narratives of German history, such as the (Prussian-led) nation-state and nationalism, hardly played a role in the perceptions of contemporaries.
18 This territorial revolution within the Holy Roman Empire largely served Napoleon’s interests. By ending the immediacy of the Reichsstädte and the Reichsritterschaft to the Emperor, Napoleon severed long-standing loyalties to the Habsburgs. In fact, his main aim was to weaken Austria and, above all, to push it away from the Rhine. In order to achieve this, the greatest benefits of territorial reorganization between 1801 and 1803 accrued to Prussia, Baden, and Württemberg. 19 Thus, Napoleon had established middle-sized, independent counterparts to Austria within the Reich, a policy that paid off for France.