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Treitschke

(German ˈtraitʃkə)
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(Biography) Heinrich von (ˈhainrɪç fɔn). 1834–96, German historian, noted for his highly nationalistic views
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Lecky, Alice Stopford Green, Leopold von Ranke, Heinrich von Sybel, Johannes Janssen, Felix Dahn, Gustav Freytag, Heinrich von Treitschke, and Johannes Haller.
While Italians Carlo Cattaneo, Guiseppe Mazzini, and Guiseppe Garibaldi appropriated Lincoln's defense of the Union for their own nationalist cause, Heinrich von Treitschke translated Lincoln's impending victory in the Civil War as a boon for conservative German nationalists whose conceptions of democracy were less-than-egalitarian.
Perhaps the most belligerent anti-Catholic expression of a political-national memory of Martin Luther came from the Prussian nationalist historian Heinrich von Treitschke.
5) Dos historiadores contemporaneos, leu a enorme Historia da Grecia de Ernst Curtius, a Historia de Roma de Theodor Mommsen e o primeiro volume da Historia da Alemanha de Heinrich von Treitschke.
In setting up this context, Reitter's introduction discusses how figures like Richard Wagner and Heinrich von Treitschke, among others, polemicized against the role of Jews in German culture.
Even more startling [than Mazzini] was the transformation of the influential historian Heinrich von Treitschke from Saxonian liberal and anti-Bismarckian to the ideologist of the Prusso-German power state with a nationalist mission.
As well, the German professoriate led by such influential figures as Heinrich von Treitschke and the young Max Weber propounded the doctrine of Weltpolitik, meaning Germany's destiny was to rival Britain for the mastery of the earth.