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The Holy Roman Empire in German History

  • Volker Press

Abstract

One might use the old German Empire as a parameter to compare historical research in the German Democratic Republic with that of West Germany. If one also includes Austria and Switzerland in the comparison then it seems to me that a number of significant things emerge; at any rate the result is certainly not one-sided.

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Territorial State Imperial Constitution Imperial Position Privy Council German History 
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