Table of contents for A nation in barracks : conscription, military service and civil society in modern Germany / Ute Frevert ; translated by Andrew Boreham with Daniel Brèuckenhaus.

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Introduction: Military Conscription and Civil Society: Historical 
Trajectories	1
1	War, Nation, Gender Images: Core Concepts in Conscription in 
	the Early Nineteenth Century	9
	1.	Criticism of Existing Prussian Army Structures	10
	2.	Conscription: Setbacks on the Road to a æNational ArmyÆ	14
	3.	The Battle for the Middle Classes	18
	4.	 Military Service, Wartime Service, and Manliness	22
	5.	æFemale PatriotismÆ	30
2	æBoth Citizen and SoldierÆ? Prussia in the Vormärz Period 
	(1815-48)	47
	1.	The Law on Wartime Service: Rules and Practice	47
	2.	The Landwehr as a CitizenÆs Militia?	56
	3.	Citizenship and Masculinity: The Jewish Population Demands 
		Participation	65
	4.	The Army as the æTraining SchoolÆ for War and Peace	70
	5.	Soldiers and Civilians û Soldiers as Citizens?	82
3	Military Systems in the æThird GermanyÆ	101
	1.	The Move from Exemption to Substitution	102
	2.	Army Service: The View from Inside	109
	3.	Civilian Counterparts: An Armed Citizenry and a ManÆs Right to 
		Bear Arms	113
	4.	Civilian Militias during the Vormärz Period and in 1848û1849	122
	5.	The æMartial SpiritÆ in Military Associations or Dreams of a 
		Democratic Army	132
4	War and Peace: Imperial Germany in the Prussian Barracks	149
	1.	Constitutional or Military State: Paving the Way in the 
		Pre-Empire Years	150
	2.	Middle-class Arrangements: One-yearers and Reserve Officers	157
	3.	Soldiers at the æSchool of ManlinessÆ	170
	4.	The Regiment as a Family: The Potential and Limits of Military 
		Comradeship	182
	5.	Liaisons Dangereuses: The Military and Civil Society	200
5	The Twentieth Century: The (Ex-)Soldier as Citizen	237
	1.	The post-First World War Years: Militarisation without Military 
		Service	238
	2.	Soldiers and æVolksgenossenÆ: The Escalation of Violence under 
		the Nazis	247
	3.	Post-war Germany: From disarmed to Rearmed State	259
	4.	Civic Spirit and Gender Politics: The End of Conscription?	272
Bibliography	289
Index	319

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Draft -- Germany -- History.
Civil-military relations -- Germany -- History -- 19th century.
Civil-military relations -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.
Civil-military relations -- Germany -- History -- 21st century.
Germany -- Armed Forces -- History -- 19th century.
Germany -- Armed Forces -- History -- 20th century.
Germany -- Armed Forces -- History -- 21st century.