States, Nations and Nationalism: From the Middle Ages to the Present
March 1998, Wiley-Blackwell
Series Editor's Preface.
Part I: States:.
1. The Advent of the Modern State.
2. Christianity and Reasons of State.
4. The Constitutional State and the Rule of Law.
Part II: Nations:.
5. The 'Nation' is not just any Nation.
6. Nation States and National Cultures.
7. The Pivotal Period.
8. The Invention of the 'Folk Nation'.
9. The Folk Nations in Reality.
Part III: Nation States:.
10. The Revolutionary Nation State (1815-1871).
11. The Imperial Nation State (1871-1914).
12. The Total Nation State (1914-1945).
Part IV: Nations, States and Europe:.
13. Nations, States and Europe.
Index of Names.
* Written by one of the foremost of Germany's youngest generation of historians.
"Schulze demonstrates a high level of competence in tracing the growth of the nation and the state from the time of Charlemagne to the reign of Napoleon. But it is in his account of that point in the early 19th century when the nation and state fuse that his book achieves brilliance." Choice