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Crackdown at Carlsbad History 323 / Jan. 23, 2013
The German Confederation (est. 1815)
Ehrenbreitstein fortress in Koblenz (as tourists usually see it)
Ehrenbreitstein Fortress from above
Fort Konstantin, Koblenz
The “Alexander Gate,” Koblenz (built 1817-1822)
Fraternities en route to the Wartburg, October 1817
Karl Ludwig Sand murders August von Kotzebue, 1819
Karl Friedrich Schinkel (1781-1841)
The “New Watch” (Neue Wache)
The “Old Museum”
The Schauspielhaus (Theater)
George Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770- 1831) the “world spirit” dialectical reasoning
Leopold von Ranke (1795-1886) “wie es eigentlich gewesen” (how it actually was)
Ludwig I (King of Bavaria, 1825-1848)
“To the Bavarian Army”
Munich museums & monuments
The Hambach Festival (1832)
Heinrich Heine (1797-1856)
Georg Büchner (1813-1837) “Wanted poster” for Büchner
IR2002 THEORIES OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
What is History? An Introduction into the Theory of History Prof. Dr. Georgi Verbeeck Maastricht University FASoS Department of History
HISTORIOGRAPHY VENICE STREAM Ranke and the Idea of Empiricist History.
Putting a Lid Back on Europe, History 104 / February 25, 2013.
Copyright 2005 by Jim Beasley1 Age of Ideology Karl Marx ( )
INTERNATIONAL NEOCLASSICISM Karl Friedrich Schinkel – Germany –Prussian genius –All levels of building –Fused site and building –Master of illusionary.
The Wilhelmine Era History 323 / Feb. 25, The Congress of Berlin, 1878.
German Cultural Identity: The Castles of Mad Ludwig II Anthea Rokop.
Mr. Liem Jarod DuVall Esquire Sohum Karia Andrew Marcos Gerald Tiu
Wars of Liberation and the New Patriotism History 323 / Jan. 18, 2013.
Leopold von Ranke ( ) History as a Professional Discipline 1) Establishing history as a professional discipline 2) Emphasis on the past in context.
By: Ivy Phillips. Germany is a little bit smaller than Montana. Montana Area: 147,046 sq miles Germany Area: 137,847 sq miles.
Reason.com. Hegel lived from ; he grew up in Stuttgart, Germany. He went through normal schooling, and entered the mediological seminary to.
LECTURE 2 FAMOUS STORIES WE TELL OURSELVES (I): THE ‘DISCOVERY’ OF THE INDIVIDUAL OR THE ‘SELF- FAHSIONING’ OF RENAISSANCE MAN: JACOB BURCKHARDT AND STEPHEN.
Famous landmarks in Germany. Nuremberg Imperial Castle.
2 Münchner Kind´l. Bavaria watches over the city from the Theresienwiese (home of the Oktoberfest) 60 feet tall.
March Madness History 323 / Jan. 28, Cartoon mocking loud German “Rhine patriotism”
Early German Nationalism. The Burschenschaften The Burschenschaften were student societies that had sprung up in some of the German universities (16 in.
History, Memory, Heritage: Professional vs. Popular History.
German Festivals & Customs By: Soyoung Lee Russell Thomas Kate Reinhardt.
The End of the Old Reich History 323 / Jan. 16, 2013.
Leopold von Ranke and the ‘Science’ of History Dr Claudia Stein.
The Post-Napoleonic Order
What is the Appeal of Monsters, Vampires, Werewolves, Ghosts, and other supernatural creatures in books, movies, and TV?
THISMEANSNOTHINGTHISMEANS NOTHINGTHISMEANSNOTHINGTH ISMEANSNOTHING.
Trafalgar Square. History of the Trafalgar Square This famous square was built to celebrate the British naval victory at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
G.W.F. Hegel Greg Gagne. Background George Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel ( ) Born in Stuttgart, 1770 Educated at the Royal Highschool in Stuttgart German.
Made by Kulakov Danil, 9A. Built in 1847 Architect: August Stuler Features: The west facade has three sandstone statues, made by sculptor Wilhelm Stürmer:
1/20. Emotion Quote Intro to Emotion END GOAL: Is emotion a reliable way of gaining knowledge?
Pg. 49 A Have your ever wanted to escape it all? Ever wanted to be carried off by aliens or fairies? Ever wanted to live in a dream world you imagined.
The Ringstrasse in Vienna The European City Transformed in the Late 19th century.
Early Nationalist Movements in Germany,
Battles. June 1776 Shift from New England to the Middle States 34,000 British troops and 10,000 sailors vs. 20,000 poorly trained American troops.
German Culture famous buildings, folk habits. Famous buildings Built in the 15 th century Renovated in the 17 th century The Old Town Hall.
Lesson 1 What do we know already about the Victorian period? Who were the Victorians and when did they live?
The University of Bonn An international research university.
By the green path into the depth of history Historical monuments of my microdistrict Let us introduce ourselves: Onishuk Nastya Utenkova Maria Alekseeva.
The Rest of the Rev War. The Campaigns of 1777 The British move towards Philadelphia Battle of Brandywine 9/11/1777 Philadelphia occupied by British 9/26/1777.
GERMANY By: Krysten Mauthe 10 th grade graduation project.
Max Planck BY: Rachel L. Torres & Elizabeth Esparza.
Methodological Introduction: history, religion and origins.
Nationalism in Europe Chapter 24.
Germany A great country. These are some of the landmarks Brandenburg Gate (Berlin) Cologne Cathedral Holsten gate (Luebeck) Schloss Neuschwanstein Fernsehtrum.
Edward Holyoke Minister First Meetinghouse.
MARXISM WORKERS OF THE WORLD UNITE. MARXISM SCIENTIFIC SOCIALISM Karl Marx and Friederich Engels: Founders of most radical form of socialism = COMMUNISM.
European Nation-States in the Age of Mass Politics History 104 / March 18, 2013.
Mundhenk and Itti – Derived from S. Russell and P. Norvig.
The Unification of the German Empire Molly Hayes Junye Zhang Scott Campbell Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2009 HL History 11 Mr. Albers.
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