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The German Lands and Eastern Europe

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Informationen zum Autor NORMAN DAVIES Professor Emeritus of Polish History at SSEESKARIN FRIEDRICH Lecturer in German History at S... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor NORMAN DAVIES Professor Emeritus of Polish History at SSEESKARIN FRIEDRICH Lecturer in German History at SSEESLINDSEY HUGHES Professor of Russian History at SSEESJOHN D. KLIER Corob Professor of Modern Jewish History at the Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies! University College LondonHANS LEMBERG Professor of East European History at the Philipps-Universität! MarburgBRUCE MITCHELL completing his doctoral thesis on ethnographic cartography at SSEESH. BARRY NISBET Vice-Master of Sidney Sussex College and Professor of Modern Languages at the University of CambridgeJOHANNES PAULMANN completing his study on royal and state visits in nineteenth-century Europe at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität! MunichMARTYN RADY Senior Lecturer in Central European History at SSEESTHEO J. SCHULTE Senior Lecturer in History at Anglia Polytechnic University in CambridgeKEITH SWORD Lecturer in Polish Studies at SSEES Klappentext The relationship between Germans and their non-German counterparts in Central and East Europe has been a fundamental feature of European History. The twelve essays in this volume address key aspects of this complex and multifaceted relationship which has been marked by friendship and cooperation as well as enmity and strife. The topics range from medieval peasant settlement to present-day relations between Germans and Poles. Central themes are national identity! the emergence and development of mixed communities and inter-cultural communication. Zusammenfassung The relationship between Germans and their non-German counterparts in Central and East Europe has been a fundamental feature of European History. The twelve essays in this volume address key aspects of this complex and multifaceted relationship which has been marked by friendship and cooperation as well as enmity and strife. Inhaltsverzeichnis Notes on the Contributors Acknowledgements Introduction; R.Bartlett and K.Sch nw er The German Settlement in Central and Eastern Europe During the High Middle Ages; M.Rady Cives Patriae : 'German' Burghers in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; K.Friedrich German Specialists in Petrine Russia: Architects! Painters and Thespians; L.Hughes State-Sponsored Immigration Into Eastern Europe in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries; R.Bartlett and B.Mitchell Herder's Conception of Nationhood and its Influence in Eastern Europe; H.B. Nisbet Westjuden : Germany and German Jews Through East European Eyes; J.D.Klier 'Dearest Nicki...': Monarchical Relations Between Prussia! the German Empire and Russia During the Nineteenth Century; J.Paulmann The Germans and Czech Statehood in the Twentieth Century; H.Lemgerg Invited but Unwanted? Migrants from the East in Germany! 1890-1990; K.Sch nw er Soldiers and War Criminals: the Ongoing Debate about the Wehrmacht in the Second World War; T.J.Schulte From Ethnic Cleansing to Ethnic Resurgence: the German Minority in Poland! 1945-95; K.Sword One Thousand Years of Polish-German Camaraderie; N.Davies Index ...

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NORMAN DAVIES Professor Emeritus of Polish History at SSEES KARIN FRIEDRICH Lecturer in German History at SSEES LINDSEY HUGHES Professor of Russian History at SSEES JOHN D. KLIER Corob Professor of Modern Jewish History at the Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies, University College London HANS LEMBERG Professor of East European History at the Philipps-Universität, Marburg BRUCE MITCHELL completing his doctoral thesis on ethnographic cartography at SSEES H. BARRY NISBET Vice-Master of Sidney Sussex College and Professor of Modern Languages at the University of Cambridge JOHANNES PAULMANN completing his study on royal and state visits in nineteenth-century Europe at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich MARTYN RADY Senior Lecturer in Central European History at SSEES THEO J. SCHULTE Senior Lecturer in History at Anglia Polytechnic University in Cambridge KEITH SWORD Lecturer in Polish Studies at SSEES



Klappentext

The relationship between Germans and their non-German counterparts in Central and East Europe has been a fundamental feature of European History. The twelve essays in this volume address key aspects of this complex and multifaceted relationship which has been marked by friendship and cooperation as well as enmity and strife. The topics range from medieval peasant settlement to present-day relations between Germans and Poles. Central themes are national identity, the emergence and development of mixed communities and inter-cultural communication.



Inhalt

Notes on the Contributors Acknowledgements Introduction; R.Bartlett and K.Sch nw er The German Settlement in Central and Eastern Europe During the High Middle Ages; M.Rady Cives Patriae : 'German' Burghers in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; K.Friedrich German Specialists in Petrine Russia: Architects, Painters and Thespians; L.Hughes State-Sponsored Immigration Into Eastern Europe in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries; R.Bartlett and B.Mitchell Herder's Conception of Nationhood and its Influence in Eastern Europe; H.B. Nisbet Westjuden : Germany and German Jews Through East European Eyes; J.D.Klier 'Dearest Nicki...': Monarchical Relations Between Prussia, the German Empire and Russia During the Nineteenth Century; J.Paulmann The Germans and Czech Statehood in the Twentieth Century; H.Lemgerg Invited but Unwanted? Migrants from the East in Germany, 1890-1990; K.Sch nw er Soldiers and War Criminals: the Ongoing Debate about the Wehrmacht in the Second World War; T.J.Schulte From Ethnic Cleansing to Ethnic Resurgence: the German Minority in Poland, 1945-95; K.Sword One Thousand Years of Polish-German Camaraderie; N.Davies Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: The German Lands and Eastern Europe
Untertitel: Essays on the History of their Social, Cultural and Political Relations
Editor:
Andere:
EAN: 9780333720868
ISBN: 978-0-333-72086-8
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Medien & Kommunikation
Anzahl Seiten: 288
Gewicht: g
Größe: H216mm x B216mm x T138mm
Jahr: 1998
Auflage: 1999

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