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by Stig Förster

Author: Stig Förster
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (August 22, 2002)
Pages: 720 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.8
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The essays collected in On the Road to Total War make worthwhile reading for anyone interested in American of. .

The essays collected in On the Road to Total War make worthwhile reading for anyone interested in American of German history, or military history in general. International scholars focus on the social, political, economic, and cultural aspects and on the societal impacts of the American Civil War and the German Wars of Unification.

The essays collected in On the Road to Total War make worthwhile reading for anyone interested in American of.

From limited war to Total War in America James M. McPherson; 15. Remarks on the preconditions to waging war . Remarks on the preconditions to waging war in Prussia-Germany, 1866-1871 Wilhelm Deist; Part IV. The Home Front: 16. Loyalty and dissent: the home front in the American Civil War Jorg Nagler; 17. 'The better angels of our nature': Lincoln, propaganda, and public opinion in the North during the Civil War Philip S. Paludan; 1. War memorials: a legacy of Total War? Annette Becker; Conclusions: 32. The American Civil War and the German Wars of Unification: some parting shots Roger Chickering; Index.

Stig Foerster, ed. Joerg Nagler

Stig Foerster, ed. Joerg Nagler. On the Road to Total War. The American Civil War and the German War of Unification, 1861-1871. It was first applied to the American Civil War in a 1948 article by John B. Walters in the Journal of Southern History, and again by T. H. Williams in Lincoln and His Generals (1952).

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Moreover, the Chinese struggle, like the American Civil War, was a rebellion, whereas the German wars were said to be conflicts to create a new Empire rather than to disrupt or change an established one. Furthermore, the official name of the American conflict is the War of the Rebellion, a title which, on the face of it, seems to make it have more in common with the Chinese struggle than with the three German wars, especially when this conference places the latter under the rubric of Wars of Unification.

Stig Förster, Jorg Nagler. Cambridge University Press, 2. 8.

Some historians have described total war as an artifact of this century, but its roots lie in the terrible decade of conflict described in this volume.

On the Road to Total War is a collection of essays that attempts to trace the roots and development of total industrialized warfare (which terrorizes citizens and soliders alike). International scholars focus on the social, political, economic, and cultural aspects and on the societal impacts of the American Civil War and the German Wars of Unification. Mass mobilization of people and resources and growing nationalism led to this totalization of war in nineteenth-century industrialized nations.