British Envoys to Germany, 1816-1866: 1830-1847
This edition publishes official reports written for the Foreign Office by British envoys to the States of the German Confederation (1815–1866). Volume II covers the period of German Vormrz from the July Revolution 1830 to 1847. All despatches are transcribed and annotated for the first time. The following missions are included: Frankfurt (Diet of the German Confederation), Berlin (Prussia), Munich (Bavaria), Stuttgart (Wrttemberg), Dresden (Saxony), Vienna (Austria) and Hanover from 1837. The selection presents the pluralistic perception of British diplomats of the political, economic, military, cultural, and social situation in the German states. Furthermore, the edition provides insights into the activities of the nineteenth century British diplomatic service.
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British Envoys to Germany 1816-1866:, Volume 4; Volumes 1851-1866
Markus Mösslang,Chris Manias,Torsten Riotte
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