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The Political Fragmentation of Germany: Formation of German states by Infrastructures, Maps, and Movement, 1815-1866

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The Political Fragmentation of Germany: Formation of German states by Infrastructures, Maps, and Movement, 1815-1866

2019 | ISBN: 303019826X | English | 290 pages | PDF | 5 MB
This book analyses the development of German territorial states in the nineteenth century through the prism of five Mittelstaaten: Bavaria, Saxony, Hanover, Württemberg, and Baden. It asks how a state becomes a place, and argues that it involves a contested and multi-faceted process, one of slow and uneven progress. The study approaches this question from a new and crucial angle, that of spatiality and public mobility. The issues covered range from the geography of state apparatus, the aesthetics of German cartography and the trajectories of public movement. Challenging the belief that territorial delimitation is primarily a matter of policy and diplomacy, this book reveals that political territories are constructed through daily practices and imagination.
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