Talk:Friedrich Christoph Dahlmann

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"This appointment was in two respects a decisive moment in his career; on the one hand it made him give his whole attention to a subject for which he was admirably suited, but to which he had so far given only a secondary interest; and on the other hand, it threw him into politics." This sentence looks vague and confusing to me. Is the subject for which he is admirably suited history? Also, being thrown into one thing and at the same time being forced to give your whole attention to something else seems the opposite of decisive. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 07:06, 10 September 2009 (UTC)