The Rise of Modern Police and the European State System from by Hsi-Huey Liang

By Hsi-Huey Liang

The increase of the fashionable Police and the eu country procedure from Metternich to the second one global battle re-examines the diplomatic background of Europe from the 1820s to global conflict II as a succession of mounting police difficulties linking the international locations of the Continent via their turning out to be dependency on each other for family order, safety, and social development. It culminates within the conflict among circulate towards overseas police collaboration and the choice of Continental police hegemony by way of one strength, as tried by means of Nazi Germany among the past due Thirties and 1945. This publication is the 1st entire historical past of Continental police structures, particularly within the context of political and diplomatic heritage.

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With Austrian police at the height of its European influence in the immediate post-Napoleonic period, it is no wonder that Austrian police - like the police of France - to this day take pride in the length of its historical tradition, including its attainments under absolutist rule. The Hofpolizeistelle in Vienna, which kept the Habsburg rulers directly informed of daily police developments until 1848, dated back to the police ministry of Count Johann Anton von Pergen in 1793. " 1 1 See the objection of the Austrian chancellery in 1937 to the treaty allowing Czechoslovak officials access to police files dating from the imperial period, mentioned in Chapter 5, and the report of the Disziplinarkommission at the Polizei-Direktion Vienna on the trial of Oberwachtmeister A.

See Carl Schmitt, Nationalsozialismus und Vblkerrecht (Berlin, 1927); and Hans Krupa, Carl Schmitts Theorie des "Politischen" (Leipzig, 1927). "Total Uebersicht," vol. I, pp. 175—6. , pp. 4 3 , 2 3 3 - 4 , 2 3 7 - 8 . " Otto Pflanze, Bismarck and the Development of Germany (Princeton, N . J . , 1963), p. 14. "Total Uebersicht," vol. I, pp. 14-16. 24 The rise of modern police and the European state system Austria's response to the Revolution of 1848 It is difficult to overestimate the impact of the revolutionary year 1848 on the relationship of the European states as police powers.

I, p . 55. See Carl Schmitt, Nationalsozialismus und Vblkerrecht (Berlin, 1927); and Hans Krupa, Carl Schmitts Theorie des "Politischen" (Leipzig, 1927). "Total Uebersicht," vol. I, pp. 175—6. , pp. 4 3 , 2 3 3 - 4 , 2 3 7 - 8 . " Otto Pflanze, Bismarck and the Development of Germany (Princeton, N . J . , 1963), p. 14. "Total Uebersicht," vol. I, pp. 14-16. 24 The rise of modern police and the European state system Austria's response to the Revolution of 1848 It is difficult to overestimate the impact of the revolutionary year 1848 on the relationship of the European states as police powers.

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