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1848 (2) GERMAN NATIONALISM

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Uploaded on Mar 28, 2010

Germany in 1848 - the Frankfurt Parliament and the promulgation of a German national state. Also discusses the significance of Wagner and Tannhauser. Part of the History and Context of Journalism series at the University of Winchester, dealing with the history and politics of the 19th century and - in this phase - the events and significance of the revolutions of 1848.

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