Collaboration and Resistance in Napoleonic Europe

Collaboration and Resistance in Napoleonic Europe

In this fascinating study Michael Rowe focuses on state-formation in Napoleonic Europe.

Author: Michael Rowe

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 0333984544

Category: History

Page: 272

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In this fascinating study Michael Rowe focuses on state-formation in Napoleonic Europe. It brings together the research findings of specialists in the histories of Europe's constituent nations and states during a momentous period in their development. Thematically focused and integrated within a comparative framework, the individual contributions explore areas as diverse as Britain, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Spain, and Russia. What impact did Napoleon have on these nations, and how did they respond to his challenge?
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Collaboration and Resistance in Napoleonic Europe

Collaboration and Resistance in Napoleonic Europe

... intermediate corporate structures – that still existed in Europe on the eve of the Napoleonic era. ... and it is a field that has proved fruitful for collaboration between historians and social scientists.14 Amongst the more ...

Author: M. Rowe

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230294141

Category: History

Page: 254

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In this fascinating study Michael Rowe focuses on state-formation in Napoleonic Europe. It brings together the research findings of specialists in the histories of Europe's constituent nations and states during a momentous period in their development. Thematically focused and integrated within a comparative framework, the individual contributions explore areas as diverse as Britain, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Spain and Russia. What impact did Napoleon have on these nations, and how did they respond to his challenge?
Categories: History

The Cambridge History of Russia Volume 2 Imperial Russia 1689 1917

The Cambridge History of Russia  Volume 2  Imperial Russia  1689 1917

The army's failure to stop Napoleon's advance came as a shock and contributed to the proliferation of conspiracy theories , while upper - class Russians feared that the masses would ... Collaboration and Resistance in Napoleonic Europe ...

Author: Research Professor Dominic Lieven

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521815290

Category: History

Page: 824

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A definitive new history of Russia from early Rus' to the collapse of the Soviet Union
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Napoleon s Empire

Napoleon s Empire

Collaboration and Resistance in Napoleonic Europe: State-Formation in an Age of Upheaval (Basingstoke, 2003), 121–152. One could also use the terminology of Michael Broers on the existence of an inner, outer and intermediate Empire, ...

Author: Ute Planert

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137455475

Category: History

Page: 334

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The Napoleonic Empire played a crucial role in reshaping global landscapes and in realigning international power structures on a worldwide scale. When Napoleon died, the map of many areas had completely changed, making room for Russia's ascendency and Britain's rise to world power.
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The Napoleonic Empire and the New European Political Culture

The Napoleonic Empire and the New European Political Culture

Collaboration and Resistance in the Napoleonic Plebiscites', in Collaboration and Resistance in Napoleonic Europe. StateFormation in an Age of Upheaval, c. 1800–1815, ed. Michael Rowe (London, 2003), 19–36. In a way, Geoffrey Ellis is ...

Author: M. Broers

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137271396

Category: History

Page: 332

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Napoleon's conquests were spectacular, but behind his wars, is an enduring legacy. A new generation of historians have re-evaluated the Napoleonic era and found that his real achievement was the creation of modern Europe as we know it.
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The Napoleonic Wars A Very Short Introduction

The Napoleonic Wars  A Very Short Introduction

The French conquests and the Napoleonic empire: occupation, collaboration, and resistance Tim Blanning, The French Revolution in Germany: ... The Napoleonic Empire in Italy, 1796–1814: Cultural Imperialism in a European Context ?

Author: Michael Rapport

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199590964

Category: History

Page: 169

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The Napoleonic Wars left their mark on European and world societies in a variety of ways, not least from the radical social and political change they evoked in many countries. Examining the social, political, and institutional aspects of warfare in the Napoleonic era, Mike Rapport considers their significance and the legacy they leave today.
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The Journal of European Economic History

The Journal of European Economic History

G . SWAIN – N . Swain , Eastern Europe G since 1945 , Palgrave Macmillan , Basingstoke , 2003 , pp . XVIII - 305 . M . Rowe ( ed . ) , Collaboration and resistance in Napoleonic Europe , Palgrave - Macmillan , 2004 , pp . 254 .

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105121661412

Category: Europe

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Categories: Europe

Washington and Napoleon

Washington and Napoleon

For the elite allying with Napoleon, see Jarostaw Czubaty, “The Attitudes of the Polish Elite Towards the State in the Period of the Duchy of Warsaw, 1807–1815,” in Collaboration and Resistance in Napoleonic Europe: State-Formation in ...

Author: Matthew J. Flynn

Publisher: Potomac Books, Inc.

ISBN: 9781597972789

Category: History

Page: 273

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Two political and military giants compared
Categories: History

The Legacy of the French Revolutionary Wars

The Legacy of the French Revolutionary Wars

In Italy, indeed, Michael Broers dismisses it as 'an accident waiting to happen'.59 In those parishes where the festival was respected – and the choice of 15 August, ... Collaboration and Resistance in Napoleonic Europe.

Author: Alan Forrest

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781139489249

Category: History

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A major contribution to the study of collective identity and memory in France, this book examines a French republican myth: the belief that the nation can be adequately defended only by its own citizens, in the manner of the French revolutionaries of 1793. Alan Forrest examines the image of the citizen army reflected in political speeches, school textbooks, art and literature across the nineteenth century. He reveals that the image appealed to notions of equality and social justice, and with time it expanded to incorporate Napoleon's victorious legions, the partisans who repelled the German invader in 1814 and the people of Paris who rose in arms to defend the Republic in 1870. More recently it has risked being marginalized by military technology and by the realities of colonial warfare, but its influence can still be seen in the propaganda of the Great War and of the French Resistance under Vichy.
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A History of Franco German Relations in Europe

A History of Franco German Relations in Europe

“From Collaboration to Resistance: Politics, Experience, and Memory of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars in Southern Germany.” Central European History 39 (2006): 676–705. Puchala, Donald J. “Integration and Disintegration in ...

Author: C. Germond

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230616639

Category: History

Page: 286

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This book surveys Franco-German relations from the French Revolution to the 1990s, collecting the most current research from area specialists.
Categories: History