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Europe's Restorations were characterised by their evolving dialectics. The chapters in this first volume address the key questions and controversies of Napoleonic history from a national and international perspective. From the re-ordering of the European world through the tools of intervention, occupation and diplomacy, to the creation of new constitutional monarchies across France, Scandinavia and Germany the volume outlines the processes that realigned national priorities and the accompanying dynamics of social and political identity. In a structure that makes sense of what Luigi Mascilli Migliorini describes as the 'fiendishly complex' process of reconstructing order in post-Napoleonic Europe, this collection of essays brings together experts in the field to set a new precedent for transnational research frameworks in the study of the European Restorations.
About the Author
Michael Broers is Professor of Western European History at the University of Oxford and Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall. His book, The Napoleonic Empire in Italy, 1796-1814 (2005) won the Prix Napoleon of the foundation Napoleon. Ambrogio A. Caiani is Senior Lecturer in Modern European History at the University of Kent.