The Kaiser and His Times

The Kaiser and His Times

Book - 1972
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What did it mean for Germany, and the world, to have William II on the throne for the First World War? In The Kaiser and His Times, Michael Balfour analyzes the social, constitutional, and economic forces at work in imperial Germany, and sets the complex and disputed character of the Kaiser, who occupied such a central position in the three decades before 1918, in the context of his family background and the history of Germany.
Publisher: New York : Norton, 1972
ISBN: 9780393006612
0393006611
Branch Call Number: 943.084092/WILB

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