Arndt and the nationalist awakening in Germany

by Alfred G. Pundt

Publisher: Columbia University Press in New York, London, P. S. King & son, ltd

Written in English
Published: Pages: 194 Downloads: 503
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  • Nationalism.,
  • Germany -- Nationality.

Edition Notes

Other titlesNationalist awakening in Germany.
Statementby Alfred G. Pundt.
SeriesStudies in history, economics and public law, ed. by the Faculty of political science of Columbia University., no. 413
Classifications
LC ClassificationsH31 .C7 no. 413
The Physical Object
Pagination194 p.
Number of Pages194
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6333319M
LC Control Number36003307
OCLC/WorldCa6779552

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Arndt and the nationalist awakening in Germany. New York, AMS Press [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Ernst Moritz Arndt; Ernst Moritz Arndt: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alfred G Pundt.

Get this from a library. Arndt and the Nationalist Awakening in Germany. [Alfred G Pundt] -- A study of Ernst Arndt's early environment, intellectual developments, and achievements as one of the main founders of German nationalism.

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Ernst Moritz Arndt, (born Dec. 26,Schoritz bei Gartz, Rügen, Swed.—died Jan. 29,Bonn, Ger.), prose writer, poet, and patriot who expressed the national awakening in his country in the Napoleonic era. Arndt was educated at Stralsund, Greifswald, and Jena and qualified for.

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An ardent nationalist and opponent of Napoleon I, he was forced to flee to Sweden and Russia because of his patriotic and martial verse and his book, Geist der Zeit [spirit of the times] (4 vol., –18), which influenced German feelings against the French. : Ernst Moritz Arndt () (Studien Und Texte Zur Sozialgeschichte Der Literatur) (German and English Edition) (): Arne / Koch, Arne Koch: Books.

Pundt, Arndt and the Nationalist Awakening in Germany (New York, ) contains a very good bibliography. Later books on Arndt are: Hermenegild Kuhn, Arndt und Jahn als vdlkisch. Racial superiority, Colonialism. Aim to unite all Germans in Europe, eg Pan German League. Social Darwinism, Germany would eventually dominate Europe and become a large colonial power.

's Kolonialverein, 's Weltpolitik Therefore byNational Liberals, Conservatives and Imperialists all support German Nationalism. TREITSCHKE: NATIONAL PROPHET with him, as with most other German liberals, became a mere means to national ends. As a student at the University of Bonn in he received his decisive inspiration from two of his teachers who were typical German liberals.

Ernst Moritz Arndt, then eighty-three years old, lectured to. Read this book on Questia. In one of the fervid songs which Ernst Moritz Arndt wrote to nerve his countrymen, in the time of national crisis and awakening nearly a century ago, the poet foretold the growth of a new and greater Germany, whose boundaries should be.

Arndt, Ernst Moritz ĕrnst mō´rĭts ärnt, –, German poet and historian. An ardent nationalist and opponent of Napoleon I, he was forced to flee to Sweden and Russia because of his patriotic and martial verse and his book, Geist der Zeit [spirit of the times] (4 vol., –18), which influenced German feelings against the French.

Ernst Moritz Arndt (ĕrnst mō´rĬts ärnt), –, German poet and historian. An ardent nationalist and opponent of Napoleon I, he was forced to flee to Sweden and Russia because of his patriotic and martial verse and his book, Geist der Zeit [spirit of the times] (4 vol., –18), which influenced German feelings against the French.

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Inhe accepted a teaching position at the university in Greifswald. When the French invaded inArndt was.