A History of Franco-German Relations in Europe: From Hereditary Enemies to Partners by C. GermondA History of Franco-German Relations in Europe: From Hereditary Enemies to Partners by C. Germond

A History of Franco-German Relations in Europe: From Hereditary Enemies to Partners

EditorC. Germond, H. Türk

Hardcover | December 15, 2008

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This book surveys Franco-German relations from the French Revolution to the 1990s, collecting the most current research from area specialists.
Carine Germond is the Clifford Hackett Lecturer in the History of European Integration at Yale. Henning Türk teaches history at the University Duisburg-Essen.
Title:A History of Franco-German Relations in Europe: From Hereditary Enemies to PartnersFormat:HardcoverDimensions:300 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 0 inPublished:December 15, 2008Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230604528

ISBN - 13:9780230604520

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Table of Contents

Old Foes and New Friends: Historical Perspectives on Franco-German Relations since Napoleon--Carine Germond and Henning Türk * PART I: FRANCO-GERMAN RELATIONS FROM NAPOLEON TO WWI, 1800-1918 * Attraction and Repulsion: Franco-German Relations in the "Long Nineteenth Century"--Reiner Marcowitz * War, Occupation and Entanglements: The Napoleonic Era in German Perspectives--Bernhard Struck * France and German Dualism, 1756-1871--Jörg Ulbert * Between Coercion and Conciliation: Franco-German Relations in the Bismarck Era, 1871-1890--Nathan N. Orgill * Traditions of Hate among the Intellectual Elite: The Case of Treitschke and Bainville--Hugo Frey and Stefan Jordan * PART II: FRANCO-GERMAN RELATIONS IN INTERWAR EUROPE * Franco-German Relations, 1918-1945--Sylvain Schirmann * Franco-German Relations and the Coal Problem in the Aftermath of the First and Second World Wars: From Bilateral Conflict to European Energy Cooperation--Laura Fasanaro * Civic Activism and the Pursuit of Cooperation in the Locarno Era--Elana Passman * Two "Naughty Siblings": France and Germany in the Public Discussion of the Interwar Period--Verena Schöberl * Attempts at a Franco-German Economic Rapprochement during the Second Half of the 1930s--Frédéric Clavert * France and the German Economy 1945-1948: An Imperialist Policy?--Martial Libera * PART III: POST-WAR FRANCO-GERMAN RELATIONS * On the Path to a "Hereditary Friendship"?: Franco-German Relations since the End of the Second World War--Ulrich Lappenküper * A New Framework for Franco-German Relations through European Institutions, 1950 to 1954--Victor Gavin Munte * The Relance Européeenne and the Nuclear Dimension of Franco-German Rapprochement--Mathieu L. L. Segers * More than a Geriatric Romance: Adenauer, de Gaulle and the Atlantic Alliance--Ronald J. Granieri * The Soviet Factor in Franco-German Relations, 1958-1969--Garret Martin * What Role for Europe in the International Arena of the Early 1970s?: How France and Germany Were Able to Matter--Katrin Rücker * Franco-German Relations in the Giscard-Schmidt Era, 1974-1981--Michèle Weinachter * A Special Relationship: Franco-German Relations at the Time of François Mitterrand and Helmut Kohl--Georges Saunier * The "Other" Franco-German Relations: The GDR and France from 1949 to 1990--Ulrich Pfeil * The Franco-German-Polish Weimar Triangle: A Strategic Instrument of Franco-German Relations--Wolfram Vogel