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Germany and the Modern World, 1880-1914
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'In Germany and the Modern World, 1880-1914 Mark Hewitson develops an astutely measured, non-polemical appraisal of the concept of the 'globalized nation' on the eve of the First World War, setting the irreducible Europeanness of Germany's dynamism beside and against the wider overseas expansionism. An authoritative, timely and beautifully executed intervention.' Geoff Eley, University of Michigan
'This is simply an impressive contribution by Mark Hewitson. The book makes a timely, crucial and critical contribution to the German Empire and its interwoven relationships within Europe and beyond in a globalizing world around 1900.' Bernhard Struck, University of St Andrews
'This is a welcome historical analysis of German national identity in the era before the First World War, during what is often called the 'first global age'. The study, which challenges many of the claims made about the impact of globalization, is certain to provoke reflection and controversy.' Roger Chickering, Georgetown University, Washington DC
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Mark Hewitson is Professor of German History and Politics and Director of European Social and Political Studies at University College London. His publications include Absolute War: Violence and Mass Warfare in the German Lands, 1792-1820 (2017) and The People's Wars: Histories of Violence in the German Lands, 1820-1888 (2017).
Introduction: nation, empire, globe; 1. Colonial fantasies and imperialism; 2. Germany looks to the West (and the East); 3. Nationalism and racism; 4. Europe and the crisis of the German state; 5. Weltwirtschaft: industrialization and national competition; 6. A world of enemies? Global empires and European powers; Conclusion: around the world in eighty days.