Global Violence and Nationalizing Wars in Eurasia and America: The Geopolitics of War in the Mid-Nineteenth Century

TitleGlobal Violence and Nationalizing Wars in Eurasia and America: The Geopolitics of War in the Mid-Nineteenth Century
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1996
AuthorsGeyer, Michael, and Charles Bright
JournalComparative Studies in Society and History
Volume38
Issue4
Start Page619
Pagination619-657
Date Published10/1996
Abstract

The histories of Germany and the United States became deepl the century of total war.' After (re)unification on the battlefield in the mid-nineteenth century, both countries underwent rapid transform national programs of industrialization based on new products and technlogies and emerged as great powers with global pretensions at the beginning of the twentieth century. An initial, and somewhat hesitant, confrontation in World War I was followed by a period of oscillation and confusion in the 1920s and 1930s...(Abstract)

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