By Axel Korner ed.
The assumption of a 'Springtime of eu Peoples', ideas of a common republic and the notice for the eu measurement of the progressive occasions had a major influence at the rules of 1848. They have been mirrored in songs, pamphlets and political statements. although, the meanings of 1848 - its histories and stories - swap over the years and in keeping with assorted political, neighborhood and nationwide contexts. The preliminary idealism used to be quickly changed via nationalist aggressiveness. In so much commemorations, the revolution seemed as a countrywide occasion in the nationwide histories of geographical regions. this attitude basically replaced in 1998, at the party of its one hundred fifty years' anniversary, while historians, poiiticains and the general public rediscovered 1848 as a eu revolution, legitimising the rescue of the countryside. 1848: a eu Revolution? analyses the dichotomy among the overseas size in the principles of the revolution and the nationalisation of stories in its commemorations during the last a hundred and fifty years.
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Thus, 1848 affected the whole of the continent: the causes, developments and effects of the various revolutions can be seen to a large extent as connected events. 46 Never before or since 1848 has Europe witnessed a situation in which at almost the same time, all over the continent, an established political regime was overthrown and temporarily replaced by a new order. The European dimension within the revolutions of 1848 As the comparative approaches of social historians again reveal, it was not only by chance that the events which caused the old order to fall occurred all over the continent at the same time.
The second point of this introduction illustrates how commemorations of 1848 became national commemorations. A third point looks at 1848 from a macro-perspective, relating various national cases of revolution to each other and looking for common features. The fourth point shows that 1848 was seen at the time as a European rather than a national event, and that despite nationalist claims Europe was an important reference-point in revolutionary page_4 Page 5 discourse. The last point looks at the construction of histories and memories of 1848 in a national context which constituted the backbone of its commemorations.
Kulturelle Praxis im französischen und deutschen Arbeitermilieu (Frankfurt am Main: Campus, 1997), pp. 215–49. Maier, ‘Die Revolution von 1848 in der Moldau und in der Walachei’, p. 279. Steinmetz, ‘“Sprechen ist eine Tat bei euch”’, p. 1109. G. Schödl, ‘Jenseits von Bürgergesellschaft und Staat. Die Völker Ostmitteleuropas 1848/49’, in Hardtwig, Revolution, pp. 207–39, 210. See the article by Jan Merk in this book; also Siemann, Die deutsche Revolution, p. 55. Godechot, Les Révolutions de 1848.
1848: A European Revolution? by Axel Korner ed.