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1848 in Germany and Austria
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Sarah Schaefer (Bergische Universität Wuppertal) – ‘New Sophism: Heinrich Wuttke and the “großdeutsche” (Greater Germany) Parliamentary Correspondence’
Christos Aliprantis (Pembroke College, Cambridge) – ‘The Europeanisation of the Austrian Secret Police and the Struggle against Revolutionary Movements after the Revolutions of 1848’
This talk is part of the Modern European History Workshop series.
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