The years of the French Revolution and the Napoleonic conquest of Europe revealed an undeniable conjunction between international war and internal revolution, a combination which both repelled and attracted contemporary and successive generations. Represented in this volume, originally published with a new introduction in 1972, are excerpts from five eminent Europeans who lived, wrote and worked in the shadow of that awesome reality. Though their attitudes toward war and revolution differ sharply, the observations of Saint-Simon, Gentz Hugo, Mazzini and Considerant reflect the responses of a wide range of committed and thoughtful Europeans.
Introduction by Sandi E. Cooper. 1. Reorganization of the European Community Henri Comte de Saint-Simon 2. Considerations on the Political System Now Existing in Europe Friedrich von Gentz 3. The United States of Europe Victor Hugo 4. Europe: Its Condition and Prospects Giuseppe Mazzini 5. Dernière Guerre et la paix définitive en Europe Victor Considérant.
Routledge Library Editions: Peace Studies (12 Volume set) contains titles, originally published between 1928 and 1985. Looking at peace movements and the people involved in them around the world, who seek to learn lessons from war and find solutions to a peaceful existence. It includes titles from a number of well-known pacifists, both pre- and post-war who have influenced ideas and policy throughout the twentieth century.