Ilya Mieck

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Ilja Mieck (born July 11, 1932 in Berlin ; † March 6, 2010 there ) was a German historian .

Ilya Mieck studied from 1950 at the Free University of Berlin history , geography and English language and literature and taught after graduation to Dr. phil. (with Carl Hinrichs ) in 1957 and the second state examination in 1959 at various grammar schools in Berlin. In 1965 he became a student councilor in college, then academic councilor and senior councilor at the Friedrich Meinecke Institute of the Free University of Berlin. In 1971, after completing his habilitation , he was appointed professor of modern history, and in 1984 he was appointed to the chair of modern history with a focus on the history of Western Europe in the early modern period, where he taught until his retirement in 1996. His main research interests were Prussian and Western European (especially French and Spanish) history from the 16th to the 19th century.

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  • Prussian trade policy in Berlin 1806–1844. State aid and private initiative between mercantilism and liberalism. With an introduction by Wolfram Fischer and Otto Büsch (= publications of the Historical Commission in Berlin at the Friedrich Meinecke Institute of the Free University of Berlin , Volume 20). de Gruyter, Berlin 1965, DNB 453374301 (Revised dissertation FU Berlin, 276 pages: Part of this work was published in 1957 by the Philosophical Faculty of the Free University of Berlin under the title “Mercantilism and Liberalism in Prussian Industrial Policy from 1815 to 1844 with special consideration of Berlin " Accepted as a dissertation).
  • as editor: Edict of Tolerance and Bartholomew Night: French Politics and European Diplomacy. 1570–1572 (= Historical Texts / Modern Times , Volume 8). Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen 1969, DNB 458350850 .
  • European history of the early modern period. An introduction . (1st edition 1970) 6th edition, Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 1998, ISBN 3-17-015414-1 .
  • The emergence of modern France 1450–1610. Structures, institutions, developments . Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 1982, ISBN 3-17-007681-7 .
  • Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela between 1400 and 1650. Response, structural change and crisis. In: Spanische Forschungen der Görres-Gesellschaft, first row: Collected essays on the cultural history of Spain , 30, Münster in Westphalia 1982, pp. 483-533.
  • Prussia from 1807 to 1850. Reforms, restoration and revolution . In: Handbook of Prussian History, Volume II: The 19th century and major topics in the history of Prussia. Edited by Otto Büsch , de Gruyter, Berlin / New York, NY 1992, pp. 3–292 ISBN 3-11-008322-1 .
  • Handbook of European Economic and Social History. Volume 4: European economic and social history from the middle of the 17th century to the middle of the 19th century . Klett-Cotta, Stuttgart 1993, ISBN 3-12-904760-3 .
  • Prussia and Western Europe . In: Handbuch der Prussischen Geschichte, Volume I. Edited by Wolfgang Neugebauer , 2009, pp. 411–853, DNB 551964952 .
  • Short economic history of the new federal states . Steiner, Stuttgart 2009, ISBN 978-3-515-09182-4 .


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