By Carine Germond, Henning Türk
This book surveys Franco-German kin from the French Revolution to the Nineteen Nineties, accumulating the most up-tp-date study from region experts.
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This increase in power, a “half-hegemonial position,”36 although a positive development in and of itself, for the Reich, raised the danger of Germany’s using its potential against the other great powers, as Napoleon I had once attempted, or of seeking a special role within the European pentarchy for a policy of prestige as Napoleon III had sought. Bismarck was immune to both dangers, especially after the experience of 1875 and because of his fundamental rejection of plans for preventive war. His efforts to thwart and control French cravings for revanche were henceforth transferred to the purely diplomatic realm.
How can we explain the shift in the travelogues of the French Rhineland in 1800 from Klebe to that of Mutzenbecher, who depicted the Rhine as a national frontier in the aftermath of the wars? 32 This seems to be true, if one mainly takes into account the writings of early national-oriented writers such as Ernst Moritz Arndt, Johann Gottlieb Fichte, or Friedrich Ludwig Jahn. For a long time, research on German nationalism has stressed the impact of these exclusively Prussian writers. There is no question that publications such as Arndt’s pamphlet Der Rhein, Teutschlands Strom, nicht Teutschlands Grenze from 1813 had an impact on reinforcing national sentiments.
From this point onward, he once again regarded France primarily as an irreconcilable opponent. 1057/9780230616639 - A History of Franco-German Relations in Europe, Edited by Carine Germond and Henning Türk 22 • Reiner Marcowitz Bismarck’s resignation and the “New Course” did not fundamentally alter relations between the two states. The usual expressions of antipathy alternated with transitory demonstrations of sympathy. The intensification of German colonial policy engendered new points of conflict that did not, however, rule out occasional agreements.