Germany, a Companion to German Studies

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INDEX
Aachen, 11, 23, 535, 537, 540
Absolute, the, 422, 426, 442-3
Ackermann aus Böhmen, Der,231, 434
Adenauer, Konrad, 202
Æsthetics, 406, 439-41, 443
Agadir crisis, 111
Aix-la-Chapelle, see Aachen
Albert I, 46
Albert II, 51
Alberti, Conrad, 319
Albertus Magnus, 420, 432
Alberus, Erasmus, 20 (n. 1)
Albrechtsberger, Johann Georg, 467
Alemannisch, Alemannic, 22, 24
Alexanderlied, 219, 233
Alexis, Willibald, 274, 279, 282
Algeciras Settlement, 107, 111
Al(l)emanni, Al(l)emannen, Alemans, 13-5, 24, 28, 210
alliteration, 214, 20
Allmers, Hermann, 8 (n. 1)
Alps, 2-4, 11
Alsace, 2, 62, 65-6
Alsace-Lorraine, 2 (n. 3), 118, 122
Altdorfer, Albrecht, 518, 521-3
Altenberg, Peter, 325
Altsächsisch,23, 214
Ambras manuscript, 225-6
Anacreontic verse, 247
analytical drama, 293, 306
anarchism, 452
Andreae, Volkmar, 501
Angelus Silesius, see Scheffler, J.
Anglo-Franco-Russian Entente, 112
Anglo-Russian Treaty ( 1907), 107
Angst, 449, 451
Anhalt, 11
Annolied, 219, 240
Anschauang, 408, 418ff
Anschluss (Austrian), 184
anti-Christian literature, 167, 271, 281, 311-3, 370, 427ff
anti-Comintern pact, 182
anti-Socialist law, 95
Anzengruber, Ludwig, 283, 303 (n. 1), 329-30
apollinisch, Apollonian, 265, 310, 412
Apostel, Hans Erich, 500
Aquinas, Thomas ( Thomas of Aquino), 433
archäologischer Roman,274, 279, 312, 343
Arigo, 231
Aristotle, 217, 248
Armeleutepoesie, 283, 289
Arndt, Ernst Moritz, 79, 261-2
Arnim, Achim von, 14, 261, 264
Arnim, Bettina von, 442
Artistenkunst, 318, 324
Aryans, 170-2; see Indo-European, Racial Theory
Asam, Brothers, 522
asceticism, 217-8, 232, 339
Athenäum, 259-60
atonalists, Viennese, 492, 494
Attila, 224
Auerbach, Berthold, 272, 303 (n. 1), 331
Auerstädt, battle of, 78
Aufklärung (see also rationalism), 249, 259-60; (art), 522
Augsburg, 2, 5, 52
Augsburg League, 65-6
Augustus the Strong, 69
Ansdruckskunst, see Expressionism
Austria, 3, 14, 180, 183, ( Anschluss), 184
Austrian Germans, 14
Austrian literature (recent), 308-9, 321-7, 329-30, 352-9, 362-3, 366-7, 372, 377-81, 385-6, 391-3; -- music (of today) 499-500
Ava, Frau, 218
Avanturierromane, 238
Avenarius, Richard, 444
Ayrer, Jakob, 236-7
Babenberg line, 44
Bach, C. Ph. E., 495
Bach family, 454, 458-9, 461-2
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 15, 454, 457, 461, 494
Bachhofen, Johann Jakob, 344
Baer, Karl Ernst von, 417
Bagdad railway, 107, 112-3, 118

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