By Carine Germond, Henning Türk
Carine Germond, Henning Türk. A background of Franco-German relatives in Europe. From "Hereditary Enemies" to companions. Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. 299 Pages
This publication surveys Franco-German kinfolk from the French Revolution to the Nineteen Nineties, gathering the most up-tp-date examine from quarter specialists.
About the Author
Carine Germond is the Clifford Hackett Lecturer within the background of ecu Integration at Yale. Henning Türk teaches heritage on the collage Duisburg-Essen.
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Hence, France was unable to bring about the founding of separate states on the left bank of the Rhine under a French protectorate. Nor would the Saar region be permanently turned over to France but instead was to be administered for fifteen years by the League of Nations, albeit with significant economic privileges for France. Nor did the French prevail in requiring that the future German army be a small conscript force; instead, the Allies permitted a professional force of 100,000. 1057/9780230616639 - A History of Franco-German Relations in Europe, Edited by Carine Germond and Henning Türk 24 • Reiner Marcowitz to cause decisive harm to Franco-German relations in the first half of the twentieth century.
21. Baumgart, Europäisches Konzert, 388–94. 22. , 394–405. 23. Becker, Krieg 1870/71, 23. 24. Lothar Gall, Europa auf dem Weg in die Moderne 1850–1890 (München: Oldenburg, 2003), 61; David Wetzel, Duell der Giganten. Bismarck, Napoleon III. und die Ursachen des Deutsch-Französischen Krieges 1870–1871 (Paderborn: Schöningh, 2005). 25. Becker, Krieg 1870/71, 24. Cf. , Bismarcks spanische “Diversion” 1870 und der preußisch-deutsche Reichsgründungskrieg. Quelle zur Vor- und Nachkriegsgeschichte der Hohenzollern-Kandidatur für den Thron in Madrid 1866–1932 (Paderborn: Schöningh, 2003–7).
17 The loss of territories in the west that had belonged mainly to Prussia or the Habsburgs along with the loss of the states of Baden, Württemberg, and HesseKassel had far-reaching consequences within the Old Reich. Following the peace treaty of 1801, a Reichsdeputation (Imperial deputation) was established in order to investigate the issue of compensation for the lost territories. The means by which this territorial compensation was achieved were secularization, that is, confiscation of church property, and mediatization, that is, the end of the direct lordship of the Emperor over the Imperial cities (Reichsstädte) and the Imperial knights (Reichsritterschaft).