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Yet, although aristocracy and peasants were still the main components of society,
the growth of the towns brought forth a middle class which as yet had to find its
place in an essentially agrarian-orientated state. The last third of the eighteenth ...
What these aims implied was no more or less than a fundamental change in the
relationship between army and state. So far the middle class, small as it was, had
been exempted from military service. Scharnhorst argued for the opening up of ...
It was the middle class who were most receptive to the ideas of the French
Revolution, especially the younger generation, who before and after the
overthrow of Napoleon vociferously expressed their opinion that the time had
come to give not ...
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Brandenburg and Prussia
The Great Elector
From duchy to kingdom
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The German Way of War: From the Thirty Years' War to the Third Reich
Robert Michael Citino
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