Revolution and Counter-Revolution, or: Germany in 1848

Friedrich ENGELS (1820 - 1895) and Karl MARX (1818 - 1883)

Revolution and Counter-Revolution is an account of what happened in Prussia, Austria and other German states during 1848, describing the impact on both middle-class and working-class aspirations and on the idea of German unification. Events in Austria and Prussia are discussed, along with the role of the Poles and Czechs and Panslavism, which Engels was against. (Summary by Wikipedia)

Genre(s): Essays & Short Works, Modern (19th C)

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Note by the Editor Cate Barratt
00:12:52
Play 01 I. Germany at the Outbreak of the Revolution Cate Barratt
00:22:48
Play 02 II. The Prussian State Cate Barratt
00:24:28
Play 03 III. The Other German States Cate Barratt
00:11:52
Play 04 IV. Austria Cate Barratt
00:16:29
Play 05 V. The Vienna Insurrection Cate Barratt
00:08:46
Play 06 VI. The Berlin Insurrection Cate Barratt
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Play 07 VII. The Frankfort National Assembly Cate Barratt
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Play 08 VIII. Poles, Tschechs, and Germans Cate Barratt
00:10:51
Play 09 IX. Panslavism - The Schleswig-Holstein War Cate Barratt
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Play 10 X. The Paris Rising - The Frankfort Assembly Cate Barratt
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Play 11 XI. The Vienna Insurrection Cate Barratt
00:14:40
Play 12 XII. The Storming of Vienna - The Betrayal of Vienna Cate Barratt
00:20:17
Play 13 XIII. The Prussian Assembly - The National Assembly Cate Barratt
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Play 14 XIV. The Restoration of Order - Diet and Chamber Cate Barratt
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Play 15 XV. The Triumph of Prussia Cate Barratt
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Play 16 XVI. The Assembly and the Governments Cate Barratt
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Play 17 XVII. Insurrection Cate Barratt
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Play 18 XVIII. Petty Traders Cate Barratt
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Play 19 XIX. The Close of the Insurrection Cate Barratt
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Play 20 XX. The Late Trial at Cologne Cate Barratt
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