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Heinrich Von Treitschke was a prolific German historian and political writer during the nineteenth century. In Germany, France, Russia and Islam, first published in 1915,he considers European diplomatic relations from the patriotic perspective of imperial Germany, in particular examining Germany’s relationship to Turkey and France. This is a fascinating classic work, which will be of great value to academics and students interested in nineteenth-century European politics and history.
1. Turkey and the Great Nations 2. Germany and the Oriental Question 3. What we Demand from France 4. The Incorporation of Alsace-Lorraine in the German Empire 5. In Memory of the Great War 6. Luther and the German Nation 7. Gustavus Adolphus and Germany’s Freedom 8. Our Empire
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