The German Empire, 1867-1914, and the Unity Movement - Vol. 1

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INDEX
Abeken, 242, 243, 299, 333, 334, 345, 372, 421.
Aberdeen, 95, 98, 112, 291.
Aix-la-Chapelle, congress of ( 1818), 30.
Albrecht, Archduke, 236, 240, 319.
Alexander I, Czar, 14, 15, 31; II, 106, 161, 163, 246, 248, 255, 314, 316, 356, 371, 382, 486.
Alliance, Holy, 15, 31.
Alsace-Lorraine, annexation of, 362, 369-370, 374-379; position in the Empire, 405-407.
Alvensleben-Erxleben, Count von, 86.
Andrassy, Count, 283, 357.
Antonelli, Cardinal, 420, 430, 441.
Arnim, Count Harry von, 413, 437.
Arndt, Ernst Moritz, 15, 19, 26, 53, 73.
Auerswald, General von, 61.
Auerswald (Minister), 120, 135, 151.
Augusta, Queen ( Princess of Weimar), 119, 142.
Augustenburg family and succession dispute, the, 171-203, 208-210.
Austria, and the Holy Roman Empire, 2; and the Germanic Federation, 11; attitude to early constitutional movements, 21; and the Frankfort National Assembly, 56; in the Crimean War, 99-104; relation to Italy, 106- 111; rivalry with Prussia, 124- 125; Congress of Princes, 155- 156; in the Elbe Duchy dispute, 179-204; the Gastein convention, 204-208; war with Prussia and ejection from Germany, 205-261.
Baden, relations with Napoleon I, 3, 4, 6; revolutionary movements, 36, 75; in the Bohemian War, 218, 232, 235, 252; Grand Duke, 370.
Bamberger, Ludwig, 89, 413.
Bassermann, F. D., 50.
Bavaria, relations with Napoleon I, 3, 4, 6; revolutionary movements, 35, 75; in the Bohemian War, 219, 232, 253; and German unity, 386-391.
Bazaine, Marshal, 364, 366.
Bebel, August, 277, 414, 476, 477, 479 (note), 485.
Becker, Bernhard, 475.
Beckerath, Hermann von, 34, 70, 71.
Belcredi, 214, 257.
Belgium, France and, 113, 307-311, 318, 319; treaty of neutrality, 359, 360.
Benedek, Field-Marshal, 235-237, 240.
Benedetti, Count, 198, 211, 213, 230, 245, 302, 303, 305-309, 311, 313, 316, 328-347, 355, 359-361.
Bennigsen, Herr von, 231, 268, 386.
Berlin, Napoleon I in, 6, 20; revolution, 36-38.
Bernstorff, Count, 57, 63, 82, 86, 103, 105, 135, 136, 157, 188 (note), 192, 193, 244, 295, 305, 308, 360 (note).
Bernuth, 135.
Bethusy-Huc, 414.
Bethmann-Hollweg, 120, 308.
Beust, Count, 32, 56 (note), 67 (note), 91, 105, 137 (note), 152, 167, 168, 190 (note), 195, 229, 249 (note), 256, 280 (note), 281, 283, 320, 339, 356, 357, 372, 392.
Biegeleben, Baron von, 195, 197, 214.
Bismarck, 71 (note), 78, 85, 89, 117; envoy at the Frankfort Diet, 93-95; attitude in the Crimean War, 101, 102, 105; attitude to Austria in the Italian War ( 1859), 115; meetings with Louis Napoleon, 121, 122, 209; call to Ministerial office, 137; Prussian constitutional conflict, 137-147; attitude to federal reform, 148-158, 223, 224, 227; the Elbe Duchy dispute, 169-209; war with Austria, 205-261; attempts on his life, 220, 444; the Hungarian Legion, 239, 240; conciliatory policy towards Austria, 247, 248, 392; Louis Napoleon's

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