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Pan-German league, 1890-1914
Mildred Salz Wertheimer
|Statement||by Mildred S. Wertheimer, PH.D.|
|Series||Columbia University. Faculty of Political Science. Studies in history, economics and public law -- no. 112., Columbia University studies in the social sciences -- no. 112.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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Germany - Germany - The economy, – The speed of Germany’s advance to industrial maturity after was breathtaking. The years from to witnessed a doubling of the number of workers engaged in machine building, from slightly more than one-half million to well over a million. An immediate consequence of expanding industrial employment was a sharp drop in emigration; from. Pan-German League. Radical nationalistic organization in Germany. The Pan-German League (Alldeutscher Verband, ADV) was founded in Berlin in April and (until ) operated under the name Allgemeiner Deutscher Verband (“General German Association”).
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(Mildred Salz), b. Pan-German League, New York, Octagon Books, [©]. The Pan-German League (German: Alldeutscher Verband) was a Pan-German nationalist organization which officially founded ina year after the Zanzibar Treaty was signed. Primarily dedicated to the German Question of the time, it held positions on German imperialism, anti-semitism, the Polish Question, and support for German minorities in other countries.
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The Pan German League Author: Mildred Salz Wertheimer ISBN: STANFORD Imperial Germany including Pan-German League, Society for the Eastern Marches, Navy League, Defence League, Colonial Society, etc., arguing German unification incomplete because many ethnic Germans outside the Reich, and urging German government to make greater efforts to create Germany as a world power.
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Last edited on 26 Julyat Content is. The Verein für das Deutschtum im Ausland, originally launched in as the Allgemeine Deutscher Schulverein, and the Allgemeiner Deutscher Verband oftransmuting into the Pan-German League inwere the earliest organized initiatives. Chapter 2 lays out the semantic field and discursive architecture of radical nationalist thinking.
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National Emergency The Pan-German League, by Wertheimer, Mildred Salz, Publication date Topics Alldeutscher Verband, Berlin, Pangermanism Publisher New York Columbia University. Wertheimer, The Pan-German League, – (New York: Columbia University, ), p.
Word reached the author after he finished this study that there are newly available German documents which are likely to contain clues to possible connections of the League with governmental circles.
Germany - Germany - Politics, – The political structure established by Bismarck in remained with scant change until the empire’s demise in Leo, Graf (count) von Caprivi, Bismarck’s successor, was a political neophyte, having spent his entire career in the military.
Given the disjuncture between the Prussian and German political systems (see above Domestic concerns. English summary: This book examines the construction and political practice of radical nationalism in Imperial Germany as propagated by nationalistic agitationors like the Pan-German League, the Navy League and the Society for the Eastern Marches.
The main focus of the study is on the construction of the radical nationalistic ideology and its importance for the political activities of these. The Pan-German League before the First World War ↑. The Pan-German League () embraced a brand of nationalism that called for the uncompromising unification of all Germans into an ethnically and politically homogeneous German l founding members of the league came from the German colonial movement of the s.
Germany - Growing Support and Coming to Power. SECTION B - How Popular and Efficient was the Nazi Regime - The Golden Years - The Impact of WW1 on Germany. The Pan German League, whose members in the Reichstag were usually National Liberals, also sought a dominant role for Germany in Europe. Originally published in this volume presents the first systematic analysis of the cultural sources of the Pan German League’s appeal and influence in Imperial Germany.
It focuses on the symbolic dimensions of the League’s literature and activities, in order to explain the attraction of the League’s aggressive ideology to certain. Creation of larger overseas empires by acquisition of colonies and to stimulate the expansion of the German economy, policy also assisted business to establish areas of economic influence, Pan-German League view was racist Lebensraum which encouraged colonial expansion and conquest of neighbouring countries those specially bordering Germany's eastern frontiers, Wehler and Berghahn see it as a.
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A scholarly investigation of the organization, membership and influence of the famous nationalist league. Book Reviews. Capsule Reviews The Pan-German League, Reviewed By William L. Langer April Sign in and save to read later.The Pan-German League, By Mildred S. Wert BOOK REVIEWS opinion and the influences that affected it prior to the outbreak of the War in a study of the Pan-German League and its activities in the quarter-century immediately before Armaged?
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