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|Title: ||Narrating Empire: Die Gartenlaube and
Germany's Nineteenth-Century Liberal Expansionism|
|Authors: ||Fitzpatrick, Matthew Peter|
|Issue Date: ||2007|
|Citation: ||Fitzpatrick, M.P., 2007. Narrating
Empire: Die Gartenlaube and Germany's Nineteenth-Century Liberal Expansionism.
German Studies Review, XXX(1), 97-120.|
|Abstract: ||Contrary to widespread belief that naval power and overseas colonies were anathema to the liberal conception of the German nation, both were in fact essential to the national-liberal understanding of what characterised a successful nation-state. An analysis of a wide variety of contributions in Ernst Keil's ostensibly apolitical periodical Die Gartenlaube illustrates how this liberal vision of the German nation-state as a first-rank Weltmacht was endorsed in popular cultural discussions of the role and future of the German nation abroad during the 'pre-colonial' era.|
|Appears in Collections:||2103 - Historical Studies|
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