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Danmarks historie: Slesvig og Holsten, efter 1830
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Europe in 1848
Author: Dieter Dowe
Publisher: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 1571811648
Pages: 994
Year: 2001-11-15
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The events of 1989/90 in Europe demonstrated the renewed relevance of the mid-nineteenth century uprisings: both by showing, once again, how a revolutionary initiative could quickly spread through different European countries, but also by calling into question the nature of revolution and the criteria for a revolution's success and failure. To commemorate the 1848 revolution in a spirit of renewed critical inquiry, an international team of prominent historians have come together to produce what must be the most comprehensive work on this topic to date and to offer a synthesis that sums up the current state of scholarly research, emphasizing the many new interpretations that have developed over several decades.
The Wars of German Unification 1864 - 1871
Author: William Carr, Harry Hearder
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317872037
Pages: 254
Year: 2014-06-06
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In his last book, the late William Carr provides a masterly account of the origins and impact of the three major wars fought by Prussia in creating the Bismarckian Reich of 1871. He begins with a study of the development of nationalism and liberalism from the late eighteenth century to the 1860's, before turning to a detailed examination of the Schleswig-Holstein Conflict of 1864; the `Six Weeks War' of 1866; and the Franco-Prussia War of 1870--71.
An Introduction to Danish Culture
Author: Norman Berdichevsky
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 078648652X
Pages: 239
Year: 2011-09-21
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"This guide to Danish society, culture, and history offers an inside look at the "real" Denmark, highlighting the best of both the country and its people. It details Denmark's substantial contributions to science, engineering, exploration, seafaring, literature, philosophy, music, architecture, and other fields. This work fosters an appreciation of Denmark, its people, and their way of life"--Provided by publisher.
Ethnicity and Nation Building in the Nordic World
Author: Sven Tägil
Publisher: SIU Press
ISBN: 0809319748
Pages: 333
Year: 1995
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Few people would include Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland—four stable and apparently homogeneous countries lying on the northern periphery of Europe— within the context of the reemergence of ethnic nationalism throughout the world; yet each country contains ethnic minorities. The grave problems throughout the world involving ethnic groups and multicultural societies make studies of ethnicity particularly useful—both for their considerable intrinsic interest and as necessary background for making pragmatic decisions. The place of ethnic minorities in the Nordic countries, with their long traditions of national identity, integral nationalism, and cultural homogeneity, is of interest from at least three comparative viewpoints. First, the historical, institutional, and cultural similarities among these countries make them unique for internal comparison. Second, the Nordic countries provide especially well-documented and researched models for the study of ethnicity in other Old World countries based on integral nationality. And, finally, the countries offer instructive comparisons with nations of more recent origin created by multiethnic immigration such as the United States, Canada, Australia, Argentina, and Brazil. Tägil begins the volume with a theoretical discussion of ethnicity in both Nordic and international contexts. Gunnar Karlsson, Hans Jacob Debes, and Axel Kjær Sörenson treat nationalism, as separate from minority issues, in Iceland, the Faroe Islands, and Greenland. Helge Salvesen, Einar Niemi, Max Engman, and Lorenz Rerup examine the old territorial ethnic minorities: the Lapps, Swedish Finns, Finnish Swedes, Karelians, and Danish Germans. Harald Runblom concludes the volume with a discussion of contemporary immigration and immigrants. Tägil points out in his introduction that while interethnic tensions in the Nordic societies seem insignificant compared with that of other societies, the picture of harmony is not quite historically accurate. He notes that the "image of a homogeneous, peaceful Nordic region deserves a new, unified examination, in which the focus should be on the relationships between state and nation, between ethnicity and territory, and between ethnic majorities and minorities. Such is indeed the purpose of this book."
Den sidste Danmarkshistorie
Author: Søren Mørch
Pages: 582
Year: 1996
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En holstensk godsejer omkring år 1800
Author: Georg T. Amsinck
Publisher: Georg Teddy Amsinck
ISBN: 8798678914
Pages: 377
Year: 2005
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Historisk tidsskrift
Year: 1888
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The last volume of each series contains a table of contents of the series.

Gyldendal og Politikens Danmarkshistorie
Author: Niels Finn Christiansen, Olaf Olsen
ISBN: 8789068262
Year: 2004
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Historisk tidsskrift
Year: 1997
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Indvandrerne i Danmarks historie
Author: Bent Østergaard
ISBN: 8776742040
Pages: 562
Year: 2007
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Danmarks historie
Author: Steen Busck
ISBN: 8772889411
Pages: 462
Year: 2002
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Danmarks historie
Author: Ole Feldbæk
Publisher: Gyldendal A/S
ISBN: 8702101637
Pages: 320
Year: 2010
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Slesvig og Holsten før 1830
Author: Hans Valdemar Gregersen, Svend Ellehøj, Kristof Glamann
Pages: 487
Year: 1981
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