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Bülow, Bernhard

Deutsche Politik

Deutsche Politik

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Berlin: R. Hobbing, 1916. xvi, 359 pages frontis., illustrations 23 cm Some edge-chipping to endpapers; minor fraying and edge-wear to boards; else overall about very good(-); binding tight, leaves clean. Hardcover.

In German fraktur (black letter). "Bernhard Heinrich Karl Martin, Prince of Bülow (1849 – 1929) was a German statesman who served as the chancellor of the German Empire and minister-president of Prussia from 1900 to 1909. A fervent supporter of Weltpolitik, Bülow devoted his chancellorship to transforming Germany into a global power. Despite presiding over sustained economic growth and major technological advancement, his government's foreign policy did much to antagonize France and Great Britain, which contributed significantly to Germany's defeat in the First World War."—Wikipedia. ¶ Allemagne Politique et gouvernement 1871-1918, Allemagne Relations extérieures 1871-, Autobiographie 1900-1909, BMBF-Statusseminar, Briefsammlung 1912-1916, Bülow, Bernhard von 1849-1929, Deutschland, Diplomatic relations, Germany, Germany Foreign relations 1871-, Germany Politics and government 1866-1918, Germany Politics and government 1871-1918, History 1884-1915, Persönlichkeit, Politik, Politics, Politics and government, Politik, Politische Theorie, Quelle, Since 1871

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