Journal of Modern European History 13 (2015), 2

Titel
Journal of Modern European History 13 (2015), 2.
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The Crisis of Empire after 1918


Hrsg. v.
Permanent Editors: J. Baberowski, A. Eckert, R. Gerwarth, C. von Hodenberg, S. Kott, J. Leonhard,A. Nützenadel, I. Porciani, T. Snyder, D. Süß, H. te Velde, A. Wirsching
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2
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München 2015: C.H. Beck Verlag
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144
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Editors: J. Baberowski, A. Eckert, R. Gerwarth, C. von Hodenberg, S. Kott, J. Leonhard, A. Nützenadel, I. Porciani, T. Snyder, D. Süß, H. te Velde, A. Wirsching
Erscheinungsweise
vierteljährlich
Kontakt
Schriftleitung: Jörg Baberowski, Andreas Eckert, Jörn Leonhard Kontakt: Jörg Später Historisches Seminar der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg im Breisgau Rempartstraße 15 – KG IV 79085 Freiburg

When the First World War formally ended in late 1918 with an Allied victory, three vast and centuries-old land empires – the Ottoman, Habsburg and Romanov empires – vanished from the map. A fourth – the Hohenzollern empire – was significantly reduced in size, stripped of its overseas colonies and transformed into a parliamentary democracy. But the victorious Western European empires were not unaffected by the cataclysm of war either: throughout the "interwar" period, France fought back resistance to its imperial ambitions in Algeria, Syria, Indochina and Morocco, while British imperial rule was challenged in Ireland, Egypt, India, Iraq, Palestine, Afghanistan and Burma. This special issue takes John Gallagher’s classic “crisis of empire” conception of post-war Britain as a starting point to reflect more broadly on the notion of imperial crisis in the wake of the First World War. It includes contributions on the 1919 Egyptian revolution, wartime mobilisation in Britain’s African colonies and interwar policing in Palestine as well as essays on post-war violence in the defeated Ottoman, Habsburg and Romanov empires.

INHALT

Forum: Wozu sind Kriege da?
Mit Beiträgen von Wolfgang Knöbl, Jürg Helbling und Jörn Leonhard

The Crisis of Empire after 1918
Edited by Robert Gerwarth and James E. Kitchen

Robert Gerwarth / James E. Kitchen: Transnational Approaches to the “Crisis of Empire” after 1918 – Introduction

Timothy H. Parsons: Mobilising Britain's African Empire for War: Pragmatism vs Trusteeship

Felix Schnell: Empire in Disguise: The Soviet-Russian Imperial Metamorphosis after the War

Robert Gerwarth / Uğur Ümit Üngör: The Collapse of the Ottoman and Habsburg Empires and the Brutalisation of the Successor States

James E. Kitchen: Violence in Defence: The British Army and the 1919 Egyptian Revolution

Matthew Hughes: Demobilised Soldiers and Colonial Control: the British Police in Mandate Palestine and After

Zitation
Journal of Modern European History 13 (2015), 2. in: H-Soz-Kult, 08.05.2015, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-8956>.
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