China since 1949
China since 1949
（Seminar studies in history）
大学図書館所蔵 件 / 全2件
Includes bibliographical references and index
In this important new survey of the Austro-Prussian relationship and its impact on Germany, John Breuilly considers Germany's relations with interior and exterior states during the first half of the nineteenth century. Focusing on the rise of nationalism and the causes of political ascendancy, Breuilly follows the struggle over German lands, between France on the one hand and Austria and Prussia on the other. Once Austria and Prussia had managed to wrest supremacy in Germany away from France and reorganised the German lands in 1814-15, the two cooperated for more than three decades in joint control of Germany under Austrian leadership. The second half of the book traces the collapse of this cooperative relationship and its dramatic conclusion in the 1866 war of supremacy, when Prussia decisively defeated Austria. Was Prussia's victory inevitable, or was it an accident? Breuilly weighs up the evidence in masterly fashion and shows how the different approaches reflect above all shifts of interest within historical study.
PART ONE: INTRODUCTION 1. The Setting PART TWO: THE NARRATIVE 2. From Defeat to Triumph, 1806-15 3. Cooperative Domination, 1815-48 4. Austria and Prussia Lose Control, 1848-49 5. Counter-Revolution, Cooperation and Conflict, 1849-59 6. From Cooperation to War,1858-66 7. The Definitive Exclusion of Austria from Germany, 1867-71 PART THREE: ANALYSIS AND ASSESSMENT 8. Comparing Austria with Prussia 9. Conclusion PART FOUR: DOCUMENTS Glossary Who's Who Bibliography Index
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