Historia de dos ciudades: Aquisgran y Colonia en el imperio napoleonico

Translated title of the contribution: A Tale of Two Cities: Aachen & Cologne in Napoleonic Europe

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Abstract

Recent work on the Napoleonic Empire has been informed by the concept of 'inner' and 'outer' zones developed by Michael Broers. According to this model, the German-speaking Rhineland was part of the 'inner' zone, an area characterised by its essential adherence to the Empire. This chapter engages with this concept through an examination Aachen and Cologne, and concludes that very conflicting responses to the Napoleonic Empire characterised the experience of these tywo Rhenish cities.
Translated title of the contributionA Tale of Two Cities: Aachen & Cologne in Napoleonic Europe
Original languageSpanish
Title of host publicationEl imperio napoleonico y la neuva cultura politica europea
EditorsMichael Broers, Agustin Guimera, Peter Hicks
Place of PublicationMadrid
PublisherCentro de Estudios Politicos y Constitucionales
Pages119-129
Number of pages10
ISBN (Print)978-84-259-1502-4
Publication statusPublished - 2011

Keywords

  • Napoleon; Cologne; Aachen; Nationalism; Empire; State-Building; France; Germany

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