||Social science monographs
Social Science Monographs (Series) ^A796793
||By reproducing the political and historiographical debates surrounding the legacy of the Habsburg Empire, this book follows the transformation of historico-political thinking during the two world wars. This transformation began in Germany, where völkish streams of the Conservative Revolution offered a radical new interpretation of history. These reading focused on the unchanging essence of the Volk and treated a certain idea of the Habsburg past as inorganic, "derailing" history and conflicting with the true calling of the German people.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 642-693) and indexes.|
|Issued in other form||Online version: Romsics, Gergely, 1977- Memory of the Habsburg Empire in German, Austrian, and Hungarian right-wing historiography and political thinking, 1918-1941. Boulder, Colorado : Social Science Monographs ; New York : distributed by Columbia University Press, 2010|