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For much of its length, the border runs along mountains, broken only by the Elbe River valley. Three distinct landscapes characterize the Saxon-Bohemian border (today that between Germany and the Czech Republic). Along the western two-thirds of the border lie two mountain ranges: the Elstergebirge/Halštrovské hory and the much longer Erzgebirge or Krušné hory. These mountains divide the Bohemian plain to the south from the increasingly ›at lands of northern Germany that stretch from central Saxony to the North Sea.

Even in the twentieth century, the Elbe remained both a thoroughfare, alongside expanding road and railway networks, and a tourist destination. Finally, the easternmost part of the border runs through the Lusatian Mountains (Lausitzer Gebirge/Luzické hory), separating the Saxon Oberlausitz from northern Bohemia and running up against the “three-state Birth of a Borderland 21 corner” where German, Czech, and Polish territory meet today. 15 In the nineteenth century, the densely populated mountain villages began sprouting factories and smokestacks.

These new conceptions of space were both the products and the engines of the political change, industrialization, and mass mobility that swept the region in the second half of the nineteenth century. They re›ected changing relationships between states and populations. By 1900, governments and their citizens were more involved in one another’s daily affairs than ever before. Frontier dynamics had become the product of endless negotiations and adjustments, and the borderlands were a place where state power could be most clearly manifested yet most visibly circumscribed and circumvented.

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