Place and Politics

Place and Politics

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This study examines North Germany during the transformative era of the French Revolution, Napoleonic occupation, and Wars of Liberation; it reveals international exploitation, military occupation, economic destruction of the city-state Hamburg as well as the republic s liberation and post-Napoleonic autonomy. Examining shifts within local culture and the role of public opinion on civic morality, this book underscores the relationship between the civic ethics, public language, and collective memory in the construction of political identity and concludes that the transformation in values at the local level ultimately provides the crucial direction in the process of modern nation-building. Throughout the 1800s, the public commemoration and memory of occupation and liberation, rather than the actual Napoleonic experience, shaped the development of German nationalism.Essay topics ranged from such technical matters as the invention of filter machines for water purification to such social ... the Patriotic Society applied proposed solutions to local problems, ranging from the improvement of agricultural practicesanbsp;...

Title:Place and Politics
Author: Katherine Aaslestad
Publisher:Brill Academic Pub - 2005

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