Stefan Heid, Karl-Joseph Hummel (ed.) | 2018

Der Campo Santo Teutonico: Ort der Deutschen zwischen Risorgimento und Erstem Weltkrieg (1870-1918)

Supplement volume 65 of the Roman Quarterly

The Campo Santo Teutonico is the seat of a historic fraternity and an exposed college of priests in the Vatican. Between the fall of the Papal States in 1870 and the First World War, Campo Santo was a very lively place. German Catholics in Rome found themselves torn between solidarity with the "prisoner in the Vatican" and integration into the Protestant-influenced German Empire. Anton de Waal (1837-1917), rector of the Campo Santo in those years, pulled the strings of Roman ultramontanism. Under him, the "national foundation" of the Campo Santo entered into the great history between the Vatican, united Italy, the German Empire and the Habsburg monarchy. The fascination of this place of the Germans in Rome lives from this tension to this day.

Authors: Karl-Joseph Hummel, Stefan Heid, Edith Maria Schaffer, Rainald Becker, Johan Ickx, Jürgen Krüger, Thomas Brechenmacher, Hans-Georg Aschoff, Hartmut Benz, Gerd Vesper, Jean-Louis Quantin, Dominik Burkard, Stefan Samerski, Georg Kolb, Volker Lemke, Johannes Grohe, Maurice van Stiphout, Peter Rohrbacher, Martin Baumeister.

Verlag Herder, Freiburg i.Br., 1. Auflage 2018

gebunden mit Schutzumschlag, 816 pages

ISBN 978-3-451-38130-0