TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «PRUSSIANISATION»
The term «Prussianisation» is barely ever used and occupies the 205.686
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PRUSSIANISATION»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Prussianisation
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Homes, Cities and Neighbourhoods: Planning and the ...
The reference to 'Prussianisation' is ironic given that a similar debate occurred in
Germany in the 1930s in which right-wing critics accused public sector housing
schemes of ruining the German landscape. (See Miller Lane 1968, 166.) ...
The Slavonic and East European Review
... that is to say German."5 In other words — the strategical position of Posen (
Poznania) in relation to Prussia was of such a nature that its Prussianisation was
* Hoetzsch, op. cit. p. 326. deemed essential by a Prussian Staff Officer in the vital
Companion to the History of Modern Science
The prussianisation of the British state and its relationship to science, brought
about by the war, changed the parameters of the argument. The war had
provided much evidence of the potential of science when linked to the state and
G N Cantor, G.N. Cantor, J.R.R. Christie, 2006
This Working-Day World: Women's Lives And Culture(s) In ...
At one of the first of the WSPU's weekly war service meetings, held on Thursday
afternoons in Piccadilly Circus, Mrs Pankhurst castigated Germany's gender
inequities: Because Prussianisation is masculinity carried to a point of enormity
The Dynastic State and the Army under Louis XIV: Royal ...
In the eighteenth century, as early as the s, officers were already
beginning to react with hostility to any idea that the army should be subjected to '
Prussianisation'. The idea of a servile service nobility was not one which
appealed to ...
... south Germans) by pursuing determined policies of Prussianisation.46 He also
clashed with the ministers (and conservative parliamentarians) over their
opposition to allowing the province of Hanover control over its deposed
Katharine Anne Lerman, 2014
... education 188 Progressive education movement 69 Progressive schools 101
Project Method 188 Protestant chruches 34 Protestant Reformation 43
Protestantism 108 Prussian Military Academy 218 Prussian System 18
Prussianisation 139 ...
Statehood Before and Beyond Ethnicity: Minor States in ...
Alongside Marshal Daun, Kaunitz also spared Austria's military from the
Prussianisation that befell other monarchies after Frederick's ultimate success in
the 44 A particularly good graphic example of the Frederician oblique approach
Linas Eriksonas, Leos Müller, 2005
Germany from Napoleon to Bismarck: 1800-1866
They all employed historical arguments in the struggle against the '
Prussianisation' of Germany. In 1860, Klopp described Friedrich II as the 'vitiator'
of German history, warned of Prussia's expansionism and oppressive military
system, and ...
The Polish-German Borderlands: An Annotated Bibliography
Morrow, Ian F. D. "Prussianisation of the Poles: Historical Retrospect." Slavonic
and East European Review 15 (1936-37), 153-164. 230. Murd/ck, Benjamin P. "
Population Movements in the Polish Provinces of Prussia, Russia and Austria, ...
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PRUSSIANISATION»
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How the Great War laid waste to liberal education
In their eyes, this was the 'real militarism of education'. The term 'Prussianisation' was used to denounce the rigid and inflexible methods of pre-war schooling. «Spiked, Apr 14»