By Thomas Mann
Thomas Manns frühes Meisterwerk erschien 1901 im S. Fischer Verlag und wurde 1929 mit dem Nobelpreis für Literatur ausgezeichnet. Diesem Band der ›Großen kommentierten Frankfurter Ausgabe‹ liegt der Erstdruck von 1901 zugrunde. Nur dieser früheste Druck beruht auf dem im Zweiten Weltkrieg verloren gegangenen Manuskript, und es ist die einzige Ausgabe, für die der Autor nachweislich Korrekturen las. Textänderungen in späteren Drucken wurden von Thomas Mann allenfalls stillschweigend toleriert.
Für diese Neuausgabe wurden zahlreiche Fehlschreibungen und Modernisierungen rückgängig gemacht. Zum ersten Mal erscheint der Roman wieder in seiner originalen Gestalt und ursprünglichen Orthographie.
In der Textfassung der Großen kommentierten Frankfurter Ausgabe (GKFA), mit Daten zu Leben und Werk.
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The French gave Frederick a guarantee of his possession of Breslau and Lower Silesia, and in return Frederick promised his vote to the Elector of Bavaria or any other French candidate for the throne of the Emperor of Germany. The main burden of military operations was to be assumed by the French and Bavarians who, Frederick hoped, would push straight down the Danube on Vienna. Operations in Silesia languished until August 1741, while Frederick and Neipperg built up and trained their rival forces.
There were three of these 'Seelowitz Instructions' - one each for heavy cavalry, the hussars and the infantry (see p. 309). Frederick believed that it was quite possible that he would have to do battle with the Austrians at short notice, and with this in mind he selected a suitable site at Pohrlitz. In fact the encounter still lay two months ahead; meanwhile the Moravian half-campaign did nothing to advance Frederick's reputation as statesman, commander or prince. Frederick's demands on the Austrians were so extreme that he destroyed all English attempts at mediation.
This move is better described as a new 'dislocation of quarters', in the contemporary parlance, than as proper advance, for the parasitical Prussian army was still scattered over a wide tract of countryside. It took Frederick a long time to appreciate that he himself was the target of the hostile designs. The Austrians, so often taxed by historians with lack of enterprise, had determined that Frederick was their most dangerous enemy, and by taking considerable risks they were to maintain the strategic initiative until almost the end of the coming campaign.
Buddenbrooks: Verfall einer Familie by Thomas Mann