Published in 1959: This book is the only detailed study of the origin of the German customs union and its history up to the establishment of the united Reich in 1871. It is based on the author's researches in the Public Record Office and in the archives as Berlin and Vienna and takes full account of the numerous monographs by German Scholars on various aspects of Zollverein history.
1. Germany in 1815 2. The Establishment of Three Customs Unions in Germany, 1815-28 3. The Founding of the Zollverein 1828-33 4. The Zollverein on Trial 5. The Zollverein in the 'Forties, 1842-47 6. The First Zollverein Crisis 1848-53 7. The Zollverein in the 'Fifties, 1854-59 8. The Second Zollverein Crisis, 1860-65 9. The Old Zollverein and The New 1866-88
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