Anglo-German Affinities and Antipathies

Edited by Rüdiger Görner
29 April 2005
210 × 150 × 8 mm
132 pp
Paperback: 978-0-85457-208-3
Anglo-German relations, although seriously strained towards the end of the Victorian era, were comparatively constructive during the 'long' 19th century and, at any rate, peaceful. In fact, they were arguably one of the most stable fixtures in a Europe that was otherwise a precariously fragile balance of interests and discord of voices. This volume brings together a selection of the papers given at two conferences held in November 2003 and April 2004 at the Institute of Germanic Studies, London, which focused on our respective intellectual histories and interconnections at the time.