Echoes of the French Revolution in the Rhineland, 1830–1849

@article{Sperber1989EchoesOT,
  title={Echoes of the French Revolution in the Rhineland, 1830–1849},
  author={Jonathan Sperber},
  journal={Central European History},
  year={1989},
  volume={22},
  pages={200 - 217}
}
Of all the regions of Central Europe, the Rhineland was the one most affected by the French Revolution. The area on the left bank of the Rhine belonged for almost two full decades to the First French Republic and the Napoleonic Empire; parts of the right bank were, for a shorter period, under the rule of the Napoleonic satellite state, the Grand Duchy of Berg. In studying these unusual circumstances, historians have sometimes focused on short-term political implications, asking how the Rhenish… 
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