By Martin Kitchen
That includes revised and prolonged insurance, the second one variation of A background of recent Germany bargains an obtainable and engagingly written account of German background from 1800 to the current.
Provides readers with a protracted view of recent German heritage, revealing its continuities and changes
Features up to date and prolonged assurance of German social switch and modernization, category, faith, and gender
Includes extra extensive insurance of the German Democratic Republic
Examines Germany's social, political, and fiscal history
Covers the unification of Germany, the German Empire, the Weimar Republic, the 3rd Reich, post-war department, the cave in of Communism, and advancements seeing that re-unification
Addresses local background instead of targeting the dominant position of Prussia
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In the towns the ideal of bourgeois privacy were more easily realized. In such circumstances it is hardly surprising that romantic love played precious little role in the choice of a partner. One sought a spouse of appropriate social standing and of impeccable reputation who was known to be reliable, hardworking, and honest. Mutual respect and a sense of obligation were the foundations on which the family rested. This could turn into genuine affection, but familial relations were mostly stiff, formal, and rigid.
There were other equally significant consequences of secularization. This was a major step forward in the creation of G E R M AN Y U NDER NA P O LEO N 21 a modern secular state, and the impact on the church was equally dramatic. Higher ecclesiastical offices were no longer the preserve of the aristocracy. The church, which was now supported financially by the state, turned away from worldly affairs and concentrated on its spiritual mission. As in Prussia, the aristocracy lost some, but by no means all, of its ancient privileges.
Formalized acceptance of a natural event, sweetened by a Christian eschatology that took the sting from death and denied the grave its victory, was replaced by informal and subjective expressions of grief. The deceased hardly mattered for, as Schopenhauer remarked with characteristic irony, after one’s death one returned to what one was before one’s birth. The family that was left behind had a deep sense of loss, privation, and abandonment. They planted their family totem in the graveyard on which the names of succeeding generations were inscribed.
A History of Modern Germany: 1800 to the Present by Martin Kitchen