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Topics covered in Europe, 1848-1914 include revolution in 1848 in France, Italy, Germany, and the Hapsburg dominions, the Neuchatel crisis, the Franco-Austrian War of 1859, the Greek succession, the Luxemburg crisis, the Franco-Prussian War, Bismarck's tariff, the Romanian succession, the Schnaebele affair, the activities of General Boulanger, the Dreyfus affair, church and state relations in France, Anglo-German colonial negotiations, the Franco-Russian alliance, the growth of anarchosyndicalism in France and Spain, and the Portuguese revolution. The documents also include surveys of the European press and European public opinion, as well as reports on political, social, and economic developments in the European states.

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