The Course of German History: A Survey of the Development of German History since 1815

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Aachen, 62 , 70
Africa, 181
Agadir, crisis of, 186 , 188 , 263
Alexander I, 34 , 35 , 45 , 48-9 , 59
Alexandria, 265
Algeciras, conference of, 181 , 183 , 187
Alsace, 125 , 127 , 150 , 151 , 179 , 189 , 195
Alvensleben convention (1863), 114 , 117
anti-semitism, 257
anti-Socialist laws, 148 , 164
Antwerp, 196
Arndt, 72
Asia Minor, 100 , 171
Augsburg, 30 ;
peace of (1555), 12 , 16 ,
Austria: in Holy Roman Empire, 13 , 23 , 253 ;
under Joseph II, 23 , 24 ;
wars against revolutionary France of, 27 , 28 , 29 ;
Austrian Empire created, 29 ;
resistance to Napoleon I by, 20-3 , 40 ;
aristocracy of, 24 , 61 , 125 , 146 , 166 , 168 ;
and German confederation, 43-52 , 56-8 , 68 , 71 , 74 , 94 , 97-8 , 133 , 253 ;
before 1848, 67 ;
revolution of 1848 in, 74 , 75 , 81 ;
relations with Frankfurt parliament, 81-4 , 89 ;
revolution in October 1848 in, 90 , 91 ;
Greater German plans of, 99-100 ;
defeat of revolution in, 101 ;
policy of, in Crimean war, 102 ;
German policy of, in 1850s, 99 , 104-9 ;
attitude of Bismarck to, 112 , 113 ;
conflict with Prussia (1863-6), 114-22 , 125-9 , 138 , 173
Austria (as part of Austria-Hungary), 136 , 140 , 143 , 150 , 152 , 156 , 166 , 182 , 197 , 203
Austria (republic of, or German Austria): creation of, in, 1919 221 , 222 ;
proposed customs union of, with Germany, 247 ;
failure of, to provide German alternative, 257-8 ;
annexed by Hitler, 261

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