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By Axel Körner

The concept of a "Springtime of eu Peoples," the idea that of a common republic and the notice of a ecu size to innovative occasions all had a tremendous influence at the rules of 1848 and have been mirrored in songs, pamphlets, and political statements. even though, the meanings of 1848--its ancient and memories--changed through the years. In so much commemorations, the revolution has seemed as a countrywide occasion, a viewpoint which replaced simply in 1998, at the get together of the a hundred and fiftieth anniversary. This booklet analyzes the dichotomy among the overseas size of the revolution's principles and the nationalization of its memories.

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A Social History (London: Batsford, 1972). 16 Stearns, 1848, p. 5. 17 G. Candeloro, Storia dell’Italia moderna, vol. III: La Rivoluzione nazionale (Milano: Feltrinelli, 1960), pp. 9–22, and especially S. J. Woolf, Il Risorgimento Italiano, vol. II: Dalla Restaurazione all’Unità (1979) (Torino: Einaudi, 1981), pp. 530–44; in English: A History of Italy, 1700–1860: The Social Constraints of Political Change (London: Routledge, 1979). 18 N. Davies, God’s Playground. A History of Poland, vol. 2, (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1981), p.

1848/49 in europäischer Perspektive’, in C. Jansen and T. Mergel (eds), Die Revolutionen von 1848/49. Erfahrung-Verarbeitung-Deutung (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1998), pp. 14–36. P. N. Stearns, 1848: The Revolutionary Tide in Europe (New York/London: Norton, 1974). W. L. Langer, The Revolutions of 1848 (New York, 1971). J. Godechot, Les Révolutions de 1848 (Paris: PUF, 1971). R. Price, The Revolutions of 1848 (London: Macmillan, 1988). , Europa 1848. A systematic approach to the problem of a comparative history of 1848: Kaelble, ‘1848’.

Social histories of revolutions are usually framed in terms of occupational sectors and classes and their inter-relationships. Clearly other kinds of ‘social’ groups exist – constituted by common ties such as religion, political values, 1848: Connected or Comparable Revolutions? 37 region or ethnicity – and are much clearer if one recognizes that occupational/class analysis is only one kind of ‘social’ analysis. Such an analysis assumes that groups defined in economic terms share collective characteristics and common forms of action and senses of solidarity.

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