Treitschke: His Life and Works
Edited by Adolf Hausrath
Routledge – 1914 – 330 pages
Series: Routledge Revivals
First published in English in 1914, this Routledge Revival is a reissue of Adolf Hausrath's edited collection: Treitschke: His Life and Works.
Treitschke remains one of the most important German historians of the nineteenth century. He is also famous for his nationalist sentiments and political career, rising to prominence during the period of Bismarck's unification of Germany.
This work begins with an introductory biography of Treitschke by theologian Adolf Hausrath. It also contains english translations of eight seminal essays by Treitschke on international relations and German expansionism.
1. The Life of Treitschke 2. The Army 3. International Law 4. First Attempts at German Colonisation 5. Two Emperors 6. Germany and The Neutral States 7. Austria and the German Empire 8. The Alliance Between Russia and Prussia 9. Freedom