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  • ISBN 3039113526
  • ISBN13 978-3039113521
  • Language English
  • Author Hans A. Pohlsander
  • Publisher Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften; New edition edition (November 14, 2008)
  • Pages 375
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No century in modern European history has built monuments with more enthusiasm than the 19th. Of the hundreds of monuments erected, those which sprang from a nation-wide initiative and addressed themselves to a nation, rather than part of a nation, we may call national monuments. Nelson’s Column in London or the Arc de Triomphe in Paris are obvious examples. In Germany the 19th century witnessed a veritable flood of monuments, many of which rank as national monuments. These reflected and contributed to a developing sense of national identity and the search for national unity; they also document an unsuccessful effort to create a «genuinely German» style. They constitute a historical record, quite apart from aesthetic appeal or ideological message. As this historical record is examined, German national monuments of the 19th century are described and interpreted against the background of the nationalism which gave birth to them.

The Author: Hans A. Pohlsander is a native of Germany, but a long-time resident of the United States. He is professor emeritus of Classics and Religious Studies at the University at Albany, State University of New York.

The Author: Hans A. He holds degrees from the University of Utah, the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Michigan. His principal publications are Helena: Empress and Saint (Chicago 1995) and The Emperor Constantine (London 1996 and 2004).

New German-American Studies, Neue e Studien. As this historical record is examined, German national monuments of the 19th century are described and interpreted against the background of the nationalism which gave birth to them. No century in modern European history has built monuments with more enthusiasm than the 19th. Of the hundreds of monuments erected, those which sprang from a nation-wide initiative and addressed themselves to a nation, rather than part of a nation, we may call national monuments.

a b Hans A. Pohlsander, National Monuments and Nationalism in 19th Century Germany, New German-American studies 31, Oxford/New York: Lang, 2008, ISBN 9783035300864, p. 145. ^ "Ludwig 1. und sein Isar-Athen", Alchemia Spectrum 2, January 2000, pp. 5–9, p. 7 (pdf) (i. . 7 (pdf) (in German).

What is a national monument? German nationalism in the 19th century from the beginnings to Ernst Moritz Arndt. New German-American studies Neue e Studien - v. 31. Genre.

National monuments and nationalism in 19th century Germany Close. What is a national monument? German nationalism in the 19th century from the beginnings to Ernst Moritz Arndt. German nationalism in the 19th century from Heinrich von Kleist to "Die Wacht am Rhein". The repression of German nationalism. Monuments to German culture.

Paret, Peter in Art as history: episodes in the culture and politics 19th century Germany (New Jersey, 1988) shows . 67 The most important general theorist of this approach is Karl Deutsch. See his book Nationalism and social communication (New York, 1966).

Paret, Peter in Art as history: episodes in the culture and politics 19th century Germany (New Jersey, 1988) shows, for example, how the figure of Frederick II, rejected by earlier Prussian reformers (who were trying to undo much of Frederician Prussia) and by romantic German nationlists, could now be celebrated as an enlightened state builder. 20 Na'aman is a unique historian.

New German-american Studies. No century in modern European history has built monuments with more enthusiasm than the 19th

New German-american Studies. By (author) Hans A. Pohlsander. German Nationalism in the 19th Century from the Beginnings to Ernst Moritz Arndt - German Nationalism in the 19th Century from Heinrich von Kleist to "Die Wacht am Rhein" - The Repression of German Nationalism - Monuments to German Culture - Ludwig I of Bavaria, the Walhalla, the Befreiungshalle, and Related Monuments - Monuments to German Arms - From Prussia to Germany - "Heil Dir im Siegerkranz" - The.

Enlightened nationalism the transformation of Prussian political culture, 1806-1848, by: Levinger, Matthew Bernard, 1960- Published: (2000). Framing attention windows on modern German culture, by: Koepnick, Lutz P. Published: (2007). Building a national literature the case of Germany, 1830-1870, Published: (1989). Art and the German bourgeoisie Alfred Lichtwark and modern painting in Hamburg, 1886-1914, by: Kay, Carolyn Helen.

In Germany the 19th century witnessed a veritable flood of monuments, many of which rank as national monuments. Kohn’s main work was The Idea of Nationalism (1944), a study of the development of nationalism and univcrsalism from ancient times to 1789

In Germany the 19th century witnessed a veritable flood of monuments, many of which rank as national monuments. They constitute a historical record, quite apart from aesthetic appeal or ideological message. Kohn’s main work was The Idea of Nationalism (1944), a study of the development of nationalism and univcrsalism from ancient times to 1789. This was followed by The Age of Nationalism (1962) and Prelude to Nation States (1967).

Between 16–19 October 1813, the Battle of the Nations was fought by the coalition armies of Russia, Prussia, Austria, and . National Monuments and Nationalism in 19th Century Germany. New German-American Studies. ISBN 978-3-03911-352-1.

Between 16–19 October 1813, the Battle of the Nations was fought by the coalition armies of Russia, Prussia, Austria, and Sweden against the French army of Napoleon aided by Polish and Italian troops as well as Germans from the Confederation of the Rhine and German lands west of the Rhine directly annexed into France.

State formation, Gender and Nationalism, 19th-century German Nationalism. German American Literature. Muuttuvat viholliskuvat Richard Wagnerin Lohengrinin saksalaisissa tulkinnoissa 1845–1945.