By Axel Korner ed.
The assumption of a 'Springtime of ecu Peoples', thoughts of a common republic and the attention for the eu measurement of the innovative occasions had a big effect at the rules of 1848. They have been mirrored in songs, pamphlets and political statements. besides the fact that, the meanings of 1848 - its histories and stories - swap over the years and based on varied political, neighborhood and nationwide contexts. The preliminary idealism used to be quickly changed by way of nationalist aggressiveness. In so much commemorations, the revolution seemed as a countrywide occasion in the nationwide histories of realms. this attitude in simple terms replaced in 1998, at the get together of its one hundred fifty years' anniversary, while historians, poiiticains and the general public rediscovered 1848 as a eu revolution, legitimising the rescue of the geographical region. 1848: a ecu Revolution? analyses the dichotomy among the foreign size in the rules of the revolution and the nationalisation of thoughts in its commemorations over the last a hundred and fifty years.
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L. Stewart-McDougall analyses 1848 from a different perspective, explaining the events by the precipitation of political struggle: The Artisan Republic. Revolution, Reaction, and Resistance in Lyon. 1848–1851 (Mc-Gill-Queen's University Press, 1984). page_23 Page 24 Sperber, The European Revolutions, 148–78. Haupt/Langewiesche: ‘Die Revolution in Europa 1848’. Siemann, Die deutsche Revolution, 223–8. Stearns, 1848. W. Kaschuba, ‘1848/49: Horizonte politischer Kultur’, in: Hardtwig, Revolution, 56–78, 68.
She is author of Frau Biedermeier auf den Barrikaden. Frauenleben in der Wiener Revolution 1848 (1990) and Vom Frauenstandpunkt aus Frauen im Parlament 1919–1933 (1995). Currently she is working on political elites in Austria and on perspectives for a new political history. Jan Havránek is Professor of Modern Czechoslovak History at the Charles University, Prague. He is the author of the third and page_ix Page x fourth volumes of the History of the Charles University (1802–1990), published in 1997 and 1998.
The concept of Europe in the ideas of 1848 was not strong enough to establish an alternative ‘concert Européen’. Despite its idealism, Europe was not one of the revolution's priorities. Commemorations of 1848 in a national context How were memories of the revolution constructed and communicated? 84 As already explained with reference to Halbwachs, the content and meaning of memory depends not only on the facts remembered, but on the context of the commemorations, and on experiences made between the remembered facts and the act of commemoration.
1848: A European Revolution? by Axel Korner ed.