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

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CONTENTS OF CHAPTERS
CHAPTER I(1806-1848)
The Peace of Westphalia and the German Sovereigns , 1 -- Decline of Prussia after the Death of Frederick the Great, 2. -- Dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire by Napoleon, 3 -- Formation of the Confederation of the Rhine, 4 -- Decay of Public Spirit in the German States , 5 -- Fall of Napoleon , 7 -- The Congress of Vienna and Waterloo , 9 -- Formation of the Germanic Federation ( Deutscher Bund), 1 -- The Federal Act of June 8, 1815, 16 -- The National Unity Movement and the Victory of Reaction, 19 -- The Burschenschaft and the Wartburg Festival, 24, -- Murder of Kotzebue , 25 -- The Carlsbad Decrees , 27 -- Refusal of a Constitution to Prussia , 32 -- Character of Frederick William IV of Prussia, 33 -- The Revolutionary Movements of 1848, 35 -- Frederick William IV and National Unity , 38 -- A Constitution granted to Prussia, 40 -- Intellectual and Material Progress of Prussia, 42 -- Origin of the Customs Union , 44.
CHAPTER II
The Interrelation of Liberalism and National Unity , 49 -- Democratic Movements in South Germany, 50 -- Election of the Frankfort National Assembly, 52 -- German Professors and the Nationalist Cause , 53 -- Drafting of an Imperial Constitution , 55 -- Frederick William IV and the Imperial Title, 56 -- Appointment of an Imperial Administrator (Archduke John of Austria), 58 -- The Fundamental Rights of the German Nation, 60 -- Decline of National Enthusiasm , 60 -- Obstructive Policy of Austria, 64 -- The Designs ö Schwarzenberg , 66 -- Offer of the Imperial Office to Frederick William IV and his refusal of the same, 68 -- Dissolution of the Frankfort National Assembly , 73 -- The "Union" Project of Prussia , 75 -- Austrian Resistance and Counter-measures, 77 -- The Erfurt Parliament , 78 -- Austria revives the Federal Diet, 78 -- The Constitutional Struggle in Hesse , 80 -- The Conventions of Warsaw and Olmütz , 83 -- Success of Schwarzenberg's Policy of Waiting, 84 -- Prussia disowns the Union and reenters the Federation, 87 -- Austria and the Customs Union , 87 -- Further Victory of the Reaction , 88 -- The Émigrés of 1848 , 89,

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