Bismarck and Germany, 1862-1890 / Edition 2

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Seminar Studies in History...provide a means of bridging the gap between specialist articles and monographs and textbooks. They are written by acknowledged experts on the subject who are not only familiar with current thinking but have often contributed to it. Their format, well-tried and effective, combines information, analysis and assessment effectively. The selections of documents, included from the outset of the series when document work was hardly in vogue in schools, not merely illustrates points made in the text but provides an effective medium for discussion on the issues raised. The further reading guide has stimulated countless students to take their interests further. The structure of the series may not have changed through time but the format has, with attractive four-colour covers and larger pages....Seminar Studies are still, despite all the opposition, a market leader.
Teaching History
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The aim of this enormously popular Seminar Study is to provide students with a concise, up-to-date and analytical account of Bismarck s role in German history. Unlike other short studies available the book offers readers a balanced coverage of the period 1862 to 1890, with equal weight given to events before and after 1871. First published in 1986, Longman is delighted to reissue the book as a Second Edition. The author has taken the opportunity of updating the original text in the light of the new research and, in particular, has added new material on the relationship between economics and Bismarck s diplomacy; the social and constitutional history of Germany after 1871; and the historical debate surrounding Bismarck in the 1990s. The bibliography has been brought up-to-date and two new maps have also been added.

The book opens with an introductory section which sets Bismarck s policies to secure Prussian hegemony into the context of German economic and political developments, particularly the German Customs Union (the Zollverein) and the rise of Liberalism in Prussia. Readers are then guided through the complex events leading to the defeats of Austria and France in 1866 and 1870 and the subsequent creation of a united Germany in January 1871. The book then explores the domestic and foreign problems Bismarck faced up to 1890 in consolidating unification. Thus, Bismarck s relations with the Catholics and Socialists, the consequences of the Great Depression and the question of whether there really was a second foundation of the Reich in 1878-9 are all looked at. Chapters on Bismarck s foreign and colonial policies trace his attempts to reconcile Austrian and Russian interests in the Balkans and the reasons for the creation of the German colonial empire in Africa and the Far East.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780582293212
  • Publisher: Longman
  • Publication date: 1/13/1998
  • Series: Seminar Studies in History Series
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 152
  • Product dimensions: 5.41 (w) x 8.45 (h) x 0.39 (d)

Table of Contents

An Introduction to the series
Note on referencing system
Acknowledgements
List of maps
Pt. 1 The Setting 1
1 The Background 1
2 Bismarck 5
Pt. 2 The Defeat of Austria 8
3 The Constitutional Conflict and the Liberal Opposition 8
4 The Road to Koniggratz 14
Pt. 3 The North German Confederation 26
5 The Creation of the North German Confederation, 1866-67 26
6 Bismarck, Napoleon and the Southern States 32
7 The Franco-Prussian War and the Unification of Germany, 1870-71 37
Pt. 4 The Economic and Constitutional Context, 1871-90 44
8 The Second Reich: A Hybrid State 44
9 The Financial Crash of 1873 and the Great Depression 48
Pt. 5 Domestic Politics 53
10 The Kulturkampf and the Decline of the National Liberals 53
11 The Conservative Empire 60
Pt. 6 German Foreign and Colonial Policy 70
12 Germany and Europe, 1871-90 70
13 The Creation of the German Colonial Empire 81
Pt. 7 Assessment 86
14 Bismarck in Myth and Reality 86
Pt. 8 Documents 92
Maps 122
Glossary 126
Bibliography 128
Index 138
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