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Author Polišenský, Josef V.

Title Aristocrats and the Crowd in the Revolutionary Year 1848 : a Contribution to the History of Revolution and Counter-Revolution
Published Albany : State University of New York Press, 1980
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Contents Aristocrats and the Crowd inthe Revolutionary Year 1848; Contents; Introductory Note: What this Book is About; I. The Long Road Towards the Problem; 1. Bohemia, Austria and the European Revolution; 2 In Search of the Problem; 3 Marxism and the Theory of Revolution; 4 New Problems and New Sources; II. Between Two Revolutions ; 1. The Age of Industrial and Political Revolution ; 2. What was Austria Before 1848? ; 3. Prague and Vienna in July 1844 ; 4. The ""Czech Question"" and European Politics at the Beginning of 1848 ; III. The Autumn of the Old order and the Springtime of the Peoples
1. Metternich and the Spectre of Revolution2. Ficquelmont and Thun on the Eve of the Revolution ; IV. The March Revolution in Austria ; 1. March 13, 1848: The Black Day for the Old Order ; 2. The Inglorious Flight of Prince Metternich ; 3. The Revolutionary Crisis in Italy ; 4. The Social Basis of the Revolution in Bohemia ; V. The Retreat of the Old Order: March-May 1848 ; 1. Kolowrat and Ficquelmont ; 2 The Origins of the Social and Nationality Questions ; VI. The First Center of Counter-Revolution ; 1. Politics and the Army ; 2. Prague, Vienna and Innsbruck
1. The Rise of Felix Schwarzenberg 2. Austria and the ""Bohemian Question"" at the End of 1848 ; Epilogue: From the Revolution of 1848 to the Paris Commune and the First International ; Notes ; Index ; A ; B ; C ; D ; E ; F ; G ; H ; I ; J ; K ; L ; M ; N ; O ; P ; R ; S ; T ; V ; W ; Z
VII. The First Victory of the Counter-Revolution: Prague, June 12-14, 1848 1. Windischgra'tz and Lobkowitz; 2 The Six Days; 3 The Results of Windischgra'tz's Victory ; VIII. The Weakness of the Revolution and the Strength of the Counter-Revolution ; 1. The Government's Unsteadiness and the Army's Growing Might ; 2. The Bohemian Germans and Their Congress at Teplitz ; IX. ""The Army Takes Over the Protection of the Court and Government"" ; 1. The Road to Olomouc ; 2. The Second Victory of the Counter-Revolution: Vienna in October 1848 ; X. Austria's Future is Decided
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ISBN 1438416261
9781438416267