How have historians interpreted the German revolution of 1848-49?
The lower middle classes emancipated the French revolution and demanded a republic and social equality. The demand for liberalism quickly became more vociferous and manifested itself in the form of social and political revolutionary protests. Revolts and sturggles for liberalism spread like wild fire all over Germany and Europe. However, the revolutionary struggles were more violent in Europe than they were in Germany. The democractic revolution, however, failed and did not yeild the expected