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Kaiser and his court

Georg Alexander von MuМ€ller

Kaiser and his court

the diaries, note books and letters of Admiral Georg Alexander von Müller, chief of the Naval cabinet, 1914-1918

by Georg Alexander von MuМ€ller

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Published by Macdonald in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wilhelm -- II, -- Emperor of Germany, -- 1859-1941.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Walter Görlitz ; with a foreword by Sven von Müller ; translated by Mervyn Savill.
    ContributionsGörlitz, Walter.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19456215M

    PDF version. A review of William A. Schabas, “The Trial of the Kaiser” (Oxford University Press, ) It was a getaway to be made in style. On armistice eve, at last resigned to Germany’s defeat in World War I, Kaiser Wilhelm II fled his headquarters in Belgium on a blue-and-gold imperial train. How did the Kaiser come to have so much power? Using new archival sources, this book analyzes the Kaiser and the nature of his rule, including the neo-absolutist culture of his court and of Berlin society and the extent of his a couple of decades Kaiser Wilhelm II had led the German Reich into World War and collapse.

    The book begins with a character-sketch of the Kaiser which provides new and alarming insights into his personality. It then looks, crucially, at the Kaiser's friends and favourites, the neo-absolutist culture of the court and of Berlin court society, and at the nature of his Author: John C. G. Röhl. Following Kaiser Wilhelm's political career from his youth at the Hohenzollern court through the turbulent peacetime decades of the Wilhelmine era into global war and exile, the book presents a new interpretation of this controversial monarch and assesses the impact on Germany of his forty-year reign.

    This book analyses the extraordinary personality of Kaiser Wilhelm II, his anti-semitism, the nature of his rule, and the neo-absolutist culture of Berlin court society. Kaiser Wilhelm II, Queen Victoria's eldest grandchild, took over the running of the powerful German Reich from Bismarck and within a couple of decades had led it into world war. The Edinburgh Premier Fair and the UK Fine Press Book Fair have been rescheduled for November. The Oxford Premier has also been rescheduled for October. Keep checking our website for updates. Back. The Kaiser and His Court. Wilhelm II and the Government of Germany. Book Description. First English edition. Illustrations. 8vo. approx. 9 1/4ins.


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The book is essentially a collection of essays devoted to various issues involving the Kaiser and his government. So while it is not structured like a conventional history of this era, or a biography of the Kaiser, an abundance of historical and biographical Kaiser and his court book is by: Using new archival sources, this book analyzes the Kaiser and the nature of his rule.

After an original character sketch of the Kaiser, the book then examines the Kaiser's friends and favorites, the neo-absolutist culture of the Within a couple of decades Kaiser Wilhelm II had led the German Reich into World War and collapse/5.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(8). The book is essentially a collection of essays devoted to various issues involving the Kaiser and his government. So while it is not structured like a conventional history of this era, or a biography of the Kaiser, an abundance of historical and biographical information is presented.I enjoyed this book very much - it is very well-written and /5(4).

The book begins with a character-sketch of the Kaiser which provides new and alarming insights into his personality. It then looks, crucially, at the Kaiser's friends and favourites, the neo-absolutist culture of the court and of Berlin court society, and at the nature of his.

Kaiser Wilhelm II (–) ruled imperial Germany from his accession in to his enforced abdication in at the end of the First World War. This book, based on a wealth of previously unpublished archival material, provides the most detailed account ever written of the first half of his reign.

Following on from John R¨ohl’sFile Size: KB. This book analyses the extraordinary personality of Kaiser Wilhelm II, his anti-semitism, the nature of his rule, and the neo-absolutist culture of Berlin court society.

Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews. It was, as you imply, partly based on chapter 8 of my book The Kaiser and his Court, and I have no objection to your sending a scanned copy of pages of that book to members of the First World War email list, provided of course that you make the source and the authorship very clear.

Using new archival sources, this book analyzes the Kaiser and the nature of his rule. After an original character sketch of the Kaiser, the book then examines the Kaiser's friends and favorites, the neo-absolutist culture of the court and of Berlin society, and the nature of his relationship with the court and with the administrative corps in Brand: Cambridge University Press.

The Kaiser and His Court: The Diaries, Note Books, and Letters of Admiral George Alexander Von Müller, Chief of the Naval Cabinet, Georg Alexander von Müller MacDonald, - World War, - pages. His main conclusion regarding Wilhelmine Germany is that from it was run as a "functioning monarchy" with power concentrated in the hands of one man (thought by many who knew him to be mad) and that, as a result, "the Kaiser, the royal family, the Kaiser's circle of friends, the [imperial entourage and the court form[ed] the heart of this.

Get this from a library. The Kaiser and his court: Wilhelm II and the government of Germany. [John C G Röhl] -- Kaiser Wilhelm II, Queen Victoria's eldest grandchild, took over the running of the powerful German Reich from Bismarck and within a couple of decades had led it.

Using new archival sources, this book analyzes the Kaiser and the nature of his rule. After an original character sketch of the Kaiser, the book then examines the Kaiser's friends and favorites, the neo-absolutist culture of the court and of Berlin society, and the nature of his relationship with the court and with the administrative corps in.

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The Harden–Eulenburg affair, often simply Eulenburg affair, was the controversy in Germany surrounding a series of courts-martial and five civil trials regarding accusations of homosexual conduct, and accompanying libel trials, among prominent members of Kaiser Wilhelm II's cabinet and entourage during – The affair centred on journalist Maximilian Harden's accusations of.

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Tutte le categorie. VAI Ricerca Ciao /5(6). John C. R hl is Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Sussex. His many previous publications include The Kaiser and his Court () which was awarded the Wolfson History Prize as well as the two previous volumes of his biography of Kaiser Wilhelm II - Young Wilhelm: The Kaiser's Early Life, (Cambridge University Press, ) and Wilhelm II: The Kaiser's Brand: Cambridge University Press.

S. Salter; The Kaiser and his Court. Wilhelm II and the Government of Germany. By John C. Röhl, German History, Vol Issue 3, 1 JulyPages 4Author: S. Salter. Download Citation | The Kaiser and his court: Wilhelm II and the government of Germany | Within a couple of decades Kaiser Wilhelm II had led the German Reich into World War and collapse.

How did. A well-researched, well-written look at a period of history extensively covered in other works, King, Kaiser, Tsar is a story told through a tight frame of reference on the three, closely entwined, royal families of Great Britain, Germany and Russia.

The book covers the period from the birth of Kaiser William II in to the period just after 4/5.The book begins with a character-sketch of the Kaiser which provides new and alarming insights into his personality. It then looks, crucially, at the Kaiser's friends and favourites, the neo-absolutist culture of the court and of Berlin court society, and at the nature of his /5(6).