Revolution and Counter-Revolution, or: Germany in 1848


Read by Cate Barratt

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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) (4 hr 45 min)

Chapters

Note by the Editor 12:52 Read by Cate Barratt
I. Germany at the Outbreak of the Revolution 22:48 Read by Cate Barratt
II. The Prussian State 24:28 Read by Cate Barratt
III. The Other German States 11:52 Read by Cate Barratt
IV. Austria 16:29 Read by Cate Barratt
V. The Vienna Insurrection 8:46 Read by Cate Barratt
VI. The Berlin Insurrection 11:52 Read by Cate Barratt
VII. The Frankfort National Assembly 12:17 Read by Cate Barratt
VIII. Poles, Tschechs, and Germans 10:51 Read by Cate Barratt
IX. Panslavism - The Schleswig-Holstein War 9:59 Read by Cate Barratt
X. The Paris Rising - The Frankfort Assembly 10:06 Read by Cate Barratt
XI. The Vienna Insurrection 14:40 Read by Cate Barratt
XII. The Storming of Vienna - The Betrayal of Vienna 20:17 Read by Cate Barratt
XIII. The Prussian Assembly - The National Assembly 11:52 Read by Cate Barratt
XIV. The Restoration of Order - Diet and Chamber 12:54 Read by Cate Barratt
XV. The Triumph of Prussia 10:19 Read by Cate Barratt
XVI. The Assembly and the Governments 10:08 Read by Cate Barratt
XVII. Insurrection 10:58 Read by Cate Barratt
XVIII. Petty Traders 11:59 Read by Cate Barratt
XIX. The Close of the Insurrection 13:38 Read by Cate Barratt
XX. The Late Trial at Cologne 15:56 Read by Cate Barratt