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Treitschke and the great war.

Treitschke and the great war.

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Published by F.A. Stokes in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Treitschke, Heinrich von, -- 1834-1896.,
  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Causes.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination286 p.
    Number of Pages286
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14295282M

    Read this book on Questia. No other historian or political publicist represented so significantly and so passionately the nineteenth-century transition in Germany from the liberalism of the pre period to the self-confident and aggressive nationalism of the Bismarckian era as Heinrich von Treitschke did. From the enlightenment of Frederick the Great to the destructive conquests of Napoleon. Then from the "Iron and Blood" policies of Bismarck to the creation of the German Empire in , and all that implied for the tumultuous twentieth century. Prussia’s government was monarchical from the s all the way to the Great War.

      We have added books in English on the German Empire. They are mainly about the Second Reich. Some of the later ones about Prof. Treitschke and General Bernhardi in particular are very interesting about the German world mission and give background to WWI and the rise of the Third Reich. Treitschke and the Great WarAuthor is Joseph McCabe HardcoverPublisher: T. Fisher Unwi Our COVID Community Guidelines Tips, advice and news related to trading on Gumtree during the COVID crisis. Learn More. Treitschke and the Great War by Joseph McCabe.

    Nationalism, Racism, and Militarism 70 - Heinrich von Treitschke, EXTRACTS FROM "GERMAN HISTORY IN THE NINTEENTH CENTURY" AND "POLITICAL WRITINGS" War is elevating because the individual disappears before the great conception of the state. The devotion of the members of a community to each other is nowhere so splendidly conspicuous as in war. Treitschke was born in dying in This book is a collection of essays written between and As I'm sure we all know prior to Germany was a congeries of small states celebrated in literature under such romantic names a Zenda, Graustark, Lutha and others.


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Heinrich von Treitschke, (born Sept. 15,Dresden, Saxony [Germany]—died ApBerlin, Ger.), German historian and political writer whose advocacy of power politics was influential at home and contributed to distrust of Germany abroad.

The son of a Saxon general, Treitschke studied at Bonn and Leipzig. He taught history and politics at the. Treitschke and the great war. New York, F.A. Stokes [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Heinrich von Treitschke; Heinrich von Treitschke: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joseph McCabe.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: McCabe, Joseph, Treitschke and the great war. London, T.F. Unwin [] (OCoLC) Named Person. Excerpt from Treitschke: And the Great War The conduct of the German nation during the present war must be judged by the pre liminary incidents and the brutality which marked the opening months of the war.

In spite of a highly organised system of mendacity and misrepresentation, the truth has reached the ears of the civilised world, and some Author: Joseph McCabe.

Heinrich von Treitschke THE GREATNESS OF WAR. Coupled with the military’s influence on state decisions was a romantic glorification of the nation and war, an attitude shared by both the elite and the masses.

Although militarism generally. Following the outbreak of the Great War inBritish and American scholars issued a deluge of translations of works by a German historian named Heinrich von Treitschke. InEden and Cedar Paul published the first volume of their translation of Treitschke’s History of Germany in the Nineteenth Century, followed by volume two.

Heinrich von Treitschke. The German historian, politician, and political publicist Heinrich von Treitschke () was the most famous and influential member of the Prussian school of history in 19th-century Germany.

He advocated a powerful German state under Prussian leadership. Heinrich von Treitschke was born on Sept. 15,in Dresden.

Treitschke's history of Germany in the nineteenth century by Treitschke, Heinrich von, ; Paul, Eden; Paul, Cedar. Publication date Topics German literature -- History and criticism, Germany -- HistoryGermany -- Intellectual life Publisher London: Jarrold & sons [etc.]Pages: The Confessions of Frederick the Great with Treitschke's Life of Frederick [Heinrich von Treitschke] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Heinrich von Treitschke () was a German historian. A fervid partisan of Prussia, he left Baden at the outbreak of the Austro-Prussian War () and became professor of history at Kiel (). Heinrich von Treitschke, Militant Nationalism March 2, 2 that come into play; the state is the basis of all national life.

Briefly, it may be affirmed that a state which is not capable of forming and main-taining an external Organization of its civilizing activities deserves to perish. Only the truly great and powerful stares ought to Size: 77KB.

The Prussian general and military historian Friedrich von Bernhardi agreed with Treitschke, and even took the idea to a whole new level when he exclaimed in his famous pre-World War One book Germany and the Next War that “war is a biological necessity” -a concept undoubtedly conceived from late 19th century Social Darwinist notions of.

Treitschke approached history as a politician, and confined himself to those periods and characters in which great political problems were being worked out: above all, he was a patriotic historian, and he never wandered far from Prussia. His great achievement was the History of Germany in the Nineteenth Century.

The first volume was published. Confessions of Frederick the Great - H. Treitschke Previous Chapter. All the neighboring Powers, both east and west, bore a grudge against the lucky prince who alone had carried off the great prize out of the confusion of the War of the Austrian Succession, and truly, not only the personal hate of mighty women wove at the net of the great.

Treitschke and the Great War Kindle Edition by Joseph McCabe (Author) Format: Kindle Edition. See all 10 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Kindle Edition "Please retry" CDN$ Author: Joseph McCabe.

(1) Heinrich von Treitschke, History of Germany in the 19th Century () War is elevating, because the individual disappears before the great conception of the state What a perversion of morality to wish to abolish heroism among men.

(2) Heinrich von Treitschke, History of Germany in the 19th Century (). Heinrich Gotthard von Treitschke (15 September – 28 April ) was a German historian, political writer and National Liberal member of the Reichstag during the time of the German was an outspoken nationalist, who favored German colonialism and opposed the British Empire.

He also opposed Catholics, Poles and socialists inside Germany. War Treitschke considered the noblest activity of society.

"War," he said, "must be taken as part of the divinely appointed order." " War steels and ennobles mankind. It is inevitable, because of "human sins and passions." " He spoke of the "moral majesty of war." We live [he wrote] in a warlike age; the oversentimental philanthropic.

Confessions of Frederick the Great and the Life of Frederick the Great Book Summary: Heinrich von Treitschke () was a German historian. A fervid partisan of Prussia, he left Baden at the outbreak of the Austro-Prussian War () and became professor of history at Kiel (), Heidelberg (), and Berlin ().

Heinrich Von Treitschke War is the remedy for an afflicted people War is a "terrible medicine for humanity" and everlasting peace is foolishly reactionary addresses the nationalistic sentiments in Germany before the breakout of WWI. Scheidemann shows great foresight in his writing about the impending war by dismissing the patriotism.

Page - Mr. Angell throws into the dust-bin the worn-out theories, the axioms of statecraft, the shibboleths of diplomats, the mouthings of politicasters, as to the necessity of war.

And from this to a brilliant arraignment of standing armies and navies and war establishments of all kinds is but another step in Mr. Angell's altogether splendid monograph.

The history of the French Revolution could not be considered without analysis of Rousseau and his writings, and, in like manner, the present action of Germany, which amounts to a revolution, in initiating the European War ofwill always be connected in history with the teachings of .Read "Treitschke's Origins of Prussianism (Routledge Revivals) The Teutonic Knights" by Heinrich Von Treitschke available from Rakuten Kobo.

Heinrich Von Treitschke () was a prolific German historian and political writer during the nineteenth century.In the world marks the th anniversary of World War I, magazine articles fromTreitschke's Theory Of The State, centennial gallery, MacDonald.