An Exiled Generation : German and Hungarian Refugees of Revolution, 1848-1871

By: Tóth, HelénaMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2014Description: 1 online resource (312 p.)ISBN: 9781316149737Subject(s): England -- Social conditions -- 19th century | Europe -- History -- 1848-1849 | Exiles -- History -- 19th century | Germans -- Migrations -- History -- 19th century | Hungarians -- Migrations -- History -- 19th century | Political refugees -- History -- 19th century | Revolutions -- Social aspects -- Europe -- History -- 19th century | Switzerland -- Social conditions -- 19th century | Turkey -- Social conditions -- 19th century | United States -- Social conditions -- 19th centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: An Exiled Generation : German and Hungarian Refugees of Revolution, 1848–1871DDC classification: 305.83 | 305.831009034 LOC classification: D389 .T68 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half-title; Title page; Copyright information; Dedication; Table of contents; List of figures and tables; Acknowledgments; A note on names and translations; List of abbreviations; Introduction: ""our story belongs toyou""; Exile and other forms of migration; Exile and the legacy of the revolution; 1 Leaving; Exile: the fate of many; Exile: voluntary banishment; Exile: too close to home; Moving on; 2 ""What good does it do to ruin ourfamily?""; The family as lobby: the case of Johannes Reichle, the innkeeper of Tuttlingen
The family as argument: strategies and structures of petitions for amnestyFamilies in exile; 3 Exile as a profession, professions in exile; Exile as aprofession; Professions in exile; Medicine; Military officers; 4The roots of the uprooted: émigré networks; Bern, Geneva; Istanbul; London; New York, Boston; 5 Returning; Amnesty: the creative process of forgiving and forgetting, 1848-1867; Amnesty: the long road home - émigrés and the places they had left behind; The living conscience of the revolution: those who never returned; Conclusion; Bibliography; Primary Sources
A. Archival Materials Consulted and Cited1. Austria; Haus-, Hof- und Staatsarchiv, Vienna (HHStA); Ministerium des Äußeren, Informationsbüro; 2. Germany; Bundesarchiv, Berlin (Barch); Deutsches Literaturarchiv, Marbach (Dla Marbach); Haupstsaatsarchiv, Stuttgart (HSTAS); Generallandesarchiv, Karlsruhe (GLA); Staatsarchiv Ludwigsburg (Stal), Ludwigsburg; 3. Hungary; Orszá Gos Levéltár, Budapest (Ol); Országos Széchenyi Könyvtár, Budapest (Oszk); 4. United States; Houghton Library (Harvard University); B. Newspapers Cited; C. Other Printed Primary Sources; Secondary Sources; Index
Summary: Heléna Tóth considers exile in the aftermath of the revolutions of 1848-9 as a European phenomenon with global dimensions.
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Cover; Half-title; Title page; Copyright information; Dedication; Table of contents; List of figures and tables; Acknowledgments; A note on names and translations; List of abbreviations; Introduction: ""our story belongs toyou""; Exile and other forms of migration; Exile and the legacy of the revolution; 1 Leaving; Exile: the fate of many; Exile: voluntary banishment; Exile: too close to home; Moving on; 2 ""What good does it do to ruin ourfamily?""; The family as lobby: the case of Johannes Reichle, the innkeeper of Tuttlingen

The family as argument: strategies and structures of petitions for amnestyFamilies in exile; 3 Exile as a profession, professions in exile; Exile as aprofession; Professions in exile; Medicine; Military officers; 4The roots of the uprooted: émigré networks; Bern, Geneva; Istanbul; London; New York, Boston; 5 Returning; Amnesty: the creative process of forgiving and forgetting, 1848-1867; Amnesty: the long road home - émigrés and the places they had left behind; The living conscience of the revolution: those who never returned; Conclusion; Bibliography; Primary Sources

A. Archival Materials Consulted and Cited1. Austria; Haus-, Hof- und Staatsarchiv, Vienna (HHStA); Ministerium des Äußeren, Informationsbüro; 2. Germany; Bundesarchiv, Berlin (Barch); Deutsches Literaturarchiv, Marbach (Dla Marbach); Haupstsaatsarchiv, Stuttgart (HSTAS); Generallandesarchiv, Karlsruhe (GLA); Staatsarchiv Ludwigsburg (Stal), Ludwigsburg; 3. Hungary; Orszá Gos Levéltár, Budapest (Ol); Országos Széchenyi Könyvtár, Budapest (Oszk); 4. United States; Houghton Library (Harvard University); B. Newspapers Cited; C. Other Printed Primary Sources; Secondary Sources; Index

Heléna Tóth considers exile in the aftermath of the revolutions of 1848-9 as a European phenomenon with global dimensions.

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