By Carine Germond, Henning Türk
Carine Germond, Henning Türk. A historical past of Franco-German kin in Europe. From "Hereditary Enemies" to companions. Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. 299 Pages
This publication surveys Franco-German relatives from the French Revolution to the Nineties, gathering the most up-tp-date examine from zone specialists.
About the Author
Carine Germond is the Clifford Hackett Lecturer within the historical past of eu Integration at Yale. Henning Türk teaches heritage on the college Duisburg-Essen.
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1057/9780230616639 - A History of Franco-German Relations in Europe, Edited by Carine Germond and Henning Türk 32 • Bernhard Struck Prussia lost large parts of its Polish lands, which were transformed into the Grand Duchy of Warsaw. The Prussian army was severely reduced; French troops were stationed in the country; it was forced to join the Continental Blockade and pay a large indemnity to France, creating a financial crisis. The Confederation of the Rhine was initially composed of seventeen German states.
Jahrhundert (Heidelberg: Vowinkel, 1952). 4. Thomas Nipperdey, Deutsche Geschichte 1800–1866. Bürgerwelt und starker Staat (München: Beck, 1984), 12. Cf. Karl Otmar Freiherr von Aretin, Heiliges Römisches Reich 1776–1806. Reichsverfassung und Staatssouveränität, vol. 1 (Wiesbaden: Steiner, 1967), 251–506; T. C. W. Blanning, The French Revolution in Germany. Occupation and Resistance in the Rhineland, 1792–1802 (Oxford: Clarendon, 1983); Ute Planert, Der Mythos vom Befreiungskrieg. Frankreichs Kriege und der deutsche Süden.
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? Did it begin with Napoleon? This chapter considers Franco-German history around 1800. While briefly referring to aspects of that history before the French Revolution and also after the Napoleonic era, the main focus is on the Napoleonic Wars, on perceptions and experiences of them.