Revolution in central Europe, 1918-1919.

by Francis Ludwig Carsten

Publisher: T. Smith in London

Written in English
Published: Pages: 360 Downloads: 320
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    Bibliography: p. [336]-345.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination360 p. illus., ports. ;
    Number of Pages360
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    Open LibraryOL18949434M

The tangled affairs in Bavaria at the close of World War I constitute a unique and important part of the early Weimar Republic. This study of the revolution, based on archival sources such as cabinet protocols and bureaucratic records, traces in detail the overthrow of the Wittelsbach dynasty and the foundation of the Bavarian Republic under Kurt Eisner. Introduction: Business in the Age of Extremes in Central Europe 3 the twentieth century.7 It is also evident in his major monographs dealing with the late years of the Weimar Republic and the Third Reich, which were not expressly conceived as biographies. His section of The Deutsche Bank – Germany became a de facto republic on 9 November when Kaiser Wilhelm II abdicated the German and Prussian thrones with no agreement made on a succession by his son Crown Prince Wilhelm, and became a de jure republic in February when the position of President of Germany was created. A national assembly was convened in Weimar, where a new Capital: Berlin. Work The Italian Problem in European Diplomacy, – Taylor's first book, published in , addressed the question of Italian unification The Italian Problem in European Diplomacy, –However, Taylor's speciality was in Central European, British and diplomatic was especially interested in the Habsburg dynasty and main mentors in this Alma mater: Oriel College, Oxford.

The German Revolution of set up a political democracy. A political democracy is a mere form if there exists no democratic social and economic substance to support it. In Germany, the State has never had a democratic substance; government has always been the prerogative of certain groups and individuals.   A revolutionary wave swept throughout Europe following the First World War. Millions of war-weary troops and workers, under the impact of the October Revolution in Russia, rose up to challenge the capitalist system. The war itself was not ended by the defeat of Germany, but by the German Revolution of November If you would like to use IWM collections materials in a way that is not covered above, require a commercial licence, high-resolution copies, or have manipulation requests, please contact the Media Sales & Licensing Team. History of Germany. By: It is a sovereign state and has a federal parliamentary republic in the central-western Europe. The largest city and the capital of Germany is Berlin. It was only after the World War I and the German Revolution which took place from that the German Empire was succeeded by the Weimar Republic. The.

The Weimar Republic (German: Weimarer Republik [ˈvaɪmaʁɐ ʁepuˈbliːk] (listen)), also known as 'Weimar Germany,' is an unofficial historical designation for the German state from to The name derives from the city of Weimar, where its constitutional assembly first took place.

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Everyday low /5(3). The Revolutions of – was a revolutionary wave that included political unrest and revolts around the world inspired by the success of the Russian Revolution and the disorder created by the aftermath of World War uprisings were mainly socialist or anti-colonial in nature.

Many attempted socialist revolts failed to have a long-term impact. Caused by: World War I, Russian. Revolution in Central Europe F.

CARSTEN The first comparative study of the revolutionary movements in the various central European countries after the First World War. This book is the first modern analysis of the fiscal structure and administration of. This latter point, on the internationalism and cosmopolitanism of the anti-revolutionary Right is examined further in my book, Revolution and Political Violence in Central Europe: The Deluge, (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming), After all, nobles were the dominant leadership and ideological milieu of both the Bavarian Freikorps (as Cited by: 5.

Hungary’s red revolution and white counterrevolution are analyzed in Carsten, Francis L., Revolution in Central Europe, – (Berkeley: University of California Press, ), and Bodó, Béla, Pál Prónay: Paramilitary Violence and Anti-Semitism in Hungary, – (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, ).Cited by: 1.

Berkeley: University of California Press, Illustrated. 8vo, red cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper lightly edgeworn. Berkeley: University Press of California Author: F.

CARSTEN. Francis Ludwig Carsten (25 June – June ) was an eminent British historian of Germany. He was described by Peter Wende as "the doyen of British historians working on Germany".

Selected publications. The Rise of Fascism; The origins of Prussia; The Reichswehr and politics: to Authority control: BIBSYS:. The German Revolution of – was a transformative moment in modern European history. It was both the end of the German Empire and the First World War, as well as the birth of the Weimar Republic, the short-lived democracy that preceded the establishment of the Nazi dictatorship.

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This is a fascinating and very important episode. I first read about it in FL Carsten's "Revolution in Central Europe " and it only confirmed the stupidity of all those theories that emphasize Hitler's "unique vision/personality/etc." as the principal cause of.

With Founding Weimar: Violence and the German Revolution of –, a new study by Mark Jones, the birth of the Weimar Republic now, too, is viewed through the prism of the violence that surrounded its birth.

As Jones asserts, his book places political violence for the first time at the center of the history of the German Revolution from Author: Richard Bessel. For all these reasons, the book is highly satisfying for any reader interested in the German revolution of –19, one of the most important historical events of the 20th century.

Notes Ángel Alcalde, ‘War veterans and the transnational origins of Italian Fascism (–)’, Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 21, 4 (), – Revolution in Bavaria, The Eisner Regime and the Soviet Republic, by Allan Mitchell.

Princeton: Princeton University Press, $ Pp. x, Bavaria has entered the annals of recent history through the back door as the birthplace of National Socialism and.

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1/5(1). 'A remarkable new account of the German Revolution of – Jones manages to mix military and political history together with social and cultural history in a book that merits a wide readership.’ Peter C. Caldwell, Central European HistoryBrand: Cambridge University Press.

First, it conceptualizes post-war Central Europe as a transnational theatre of paramilitary ultra-violence in which a new type of warrior, born out of Central Europe's ‘culture of defeat’ and unrestrained by conventional military discipline and moral reservations, staged bloody rituals of retribution against real and imagined enemies.

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Among the central committees of small, supposedly ‘Socialist’ or other non-Communist parties were 55 Jews and 6 others.”. Interesting book examining the reasons for the failure of the German revolution.

Reproduced for historical reference, and not as an endorsement of the politics of the author. Two separate events in Europe, the Bolshevik revolution in Russia in followed the next year by the collapse of Germany helped to create a political vacuum.

See the forthcoming book, Ablovatski, Revolution and Political Violence in Central Europe: The Deluge, (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming), chapter four, " Revolution on Trial. " Author: Eliza Ablovatski. The Kings Depart is the definitive story of a brief, pivotal moment in human history when the course and shape of the twentieth century might have been altered.

Author Richard M. Watt begins with the defeat of the Kaiser in and the convention of the Versailles conference, where Europe was to be remade/5. Author of The rise of fascism, The origins of Prussia, Revolution in Central Europe,Eduard Bernstein,Princes and parliaments in Germany, The Reichswehr and politics, toFascist movements in.

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A Documentary History of the German Revolution of Oakland, CA: PM Press,pp. ISBN The motif of the guns falling silent is a popular one in studies of the First World War. Brendan McGeever, Antisemitism and the Russian Revolution, Cambridge University Press Unless otherwise indicated, all page numbers refer to this book.

This is the second part of a two-part. The defeat of the Central Powers and the German revolution of / became psychopathological symptoms—the recent upheaval was seen as being caused by a collective ‘mental breakdown’ instigated by revolutionary ‘psychopaths’ exploiting the mass psychology of a mentally exhausted nation, and some prominent psychiatrists even Author: David Freis.Chris Harman’s The Lost Revolution remains the single best introductory book in English on the German Revolution of –First published init has lost nothing of its clarity, focus, and poignancy, presenting readers with a user-friendly narrative that unpacks the bewilderingly complex array of organizations, groups, and individual characters whose interaction amounted .