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Germany's Two Unifications: Anticipations, Experiences, Responses (New Perspectives in German Political Studies) [Hardcover]

John Breuilly , Ronald Speirs

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1 Mar 2005 New Perspectives in German Political Studies
Germany's unique historical experience of undergoing national unification twice in a little over a century makes it a fascinating object of study. In this volume the processes of unification are analyzed from the point of view of historians, political scientists and literary historians. Because each event had quite different historical pre-conditions (the first having been long anticipated and pursued, whereas the second took virtually all participants by surprise), the processes of adjustment to it have differed in many ways.

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'A unique academic collaboration to address a unique historical phnomenon.' - Daniel Johnson, Times Higher Education Supplement

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RONALD SPEIRS is Professor of German at the University of Birmingham. He has written or edited three books on Bertolt Brecht, one on Franz Kafka and one on Thomas Mann, co-edited a volume on Fascism and European Literature, and edited and translated the writings of the social and political theorist, Max Weber, and the philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche.

JOHN BREUILLY is Chair in Nationalism in the Department of Government, at the London School of Economics. He previously taught at Manchester University from 1972 until 1995 and at Birmingham University from 1995 until 2004. He has held visiting Professorships at Hamburg and Bielefeld Universities and was a Research Fellow at the Wissenschaftskolleg Berlin in the academic year 2001-2.

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