The events of 1989/90 in Europe demonstrated the renewed relevance of the mid-nineteenth century uprisings: both by showing, once again, how a revolutionary initiative could quickly spread through different European countries, but also by calling into question the nature of revolution and the criteria for a revolution's success and failure. To commemorate the 1848 revolution in a spirit of renewed critical inquiry, an international team of prominent historians have come together to produce what must be the most comprehensive work on this topic to date and to offer a synthesis that sums up the current state of scholarly research, emphasizing the many new interpretations that have developed over several decades.With the February Revolution, the value of all share on European stock markets crashed. ... After the news had arrived by telegraph that aquot;Paris is quiet again, the national guard remained loyal and its commander and many other people, mostly anbsp;...
|Title||:||Europe in 1848|
|Publisher||:||Berghahn Books - 2001-11-15|