Germany and Its Evolution in Modern Times

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INDEX
A
Africa, German Colonies in, 151, 152, 155
- 163
Algeciras, Conference of, 144
Allgemeine Deutsche Bursehenschaft, Students of, 89
Allmenden, 31
Alsace- Lorraine, 90, 102, 134, 139, 140, 249, 262
Anglo-French Understanding, 144, 145
Anglo-German Treaty, 156
Argentina, 43
Aristotle, 252, 292, 353
Asia, German emigration to, 151, 152
Asia Minor, 153
Auerbach, 171
Augustine, Saint, 261
Australia, German colonies in, 151, 152
Austria, 66-70, 143, 242, 260
- Attitude and policy towards German Federation, 72, 73, 74-76, 79, 84, 121, 122, 124
- Policy in European politics, 73, 74
- Defeat of and exclusion from Germany, 129-130
- German population of, 149
Austrian Empire, The, 74
Austro-German Alliance, 143, 144
Avenarius, 326
B
Bach, 385, 412, 413
Bacon, 376
Baden, 137, 239
- Grand Duchy of, 96, 104
- Grand Duke Charles Frederick, 97, 105
- - - Charles, 97
-Revolt of Radicals in, 107
Bahnsen, 331
Ballestrem, Count, 246
Bamberger, 187
Barmen-Elberfeld, 22
Bassermann, 104
Bauer, The Brothers, 103, 314
Baur, 273
Bavaria, 96, 98, 135, 137, 240, 264
Bayreuth, 411
Bebel, 315
Beck, Karl, 104, 264
Beethoven, 361, 370, 385, 399, 402, 409, 412, 413
Belgium, Flemish, 66, 150
- Constitution of, 126
Beneke, 324
Bennigsen, 187
Bergmann, 286
Berlepsch, Herr von, 207, 208
Berlin, 21, 201
- Rising in, 105, 107
- Convocation of, 207
- Workmen's School at, 377
Bernard, Saint, 261
Berne, Republic of, 382
Bernstein, 172
Bismarck, Prince, 112, 187, 190, 202, 203
- - Character and Ideals, 116- 120
- - Appointed Prime Minister, 127
- - Policy of, 127-130, 173, 177, 181, 182, 204-208
- - Quotation from, 131
- - Attitude to France, 132- 137, 140
- - Foreign policy, 143-145, 154
- - Colonial policy, 156-157
- - Attitude to Catholicism, 243, 244
Bizet, 412
Blanqui, 171

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