Anglo-German affinities and antipathies

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Paperback: Paperback £ Anglo-German relations, although seriously strained towards the end of the Victorian era, were comparatively constructive during the 'long' 19th century and, at any rate, peaceful.

In fact, they were arguably one of the most stable fixtures in a Europe that was otherwise a precariously fragile balance of interests and discord of voices. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Anglo-German affinities and antipathies.

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adjective. Of, relating to, or involving England (or Britain) and Germany. Origin. Late 17th century; earliest use found in John Norris (–), Church of England clergyman and philosopher.

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