Bismarck consolidating german empire

28-Oct-2019 07:24

Well worth reading to see another view of this interesting and important historical figure who almost singlehandedly united the disparate states that became This older account of Bismarck's role in German unification and his part in the building of modern Germany proved readable, though REALLY biased: the author doesn't pretend to be objective, supporting the more conservative views of Bismarck's early opponents and showing aristocratic disdain for Bismarck's unscrupulous decisions and actions.

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is an accessible introduction to this important period in German history.

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Bismarck attended the Plamann Institute and then two grammar schools (Gymnasia) before studying law at the universities of Göttingen and Berlin.

The main states involved were Prussia, Baden and Hesse.

In 1871 the Catholic division of the Prussian Ministry of Culture was abolished.

Located in the center of Europe, it borders the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, and France on the west; Switzerland and Austria on the south; the Czech Republic and Poland on the east; Denmark on the north; and the Baltic Sea on the northeast.

Germany as a whole can be divided into three major geographic regions: the low-lying N German plain, the central German uplands, and, in the south, the ranges of the Central Alps and other uplands.

Bismarck attended the Plamann Institute and then two grammar schools (Gymnasia) before studying law at the universities of Göttingen and Berlin.

The main states involved were Prussia, Baden and Hesse.

In 1871 the Catholic division of the Prussian Ministry of Culture was abolished.

Located in the center of Europe, it borders the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, and France on the west; Switzerland and Austria on the south; the Czech Republic and Poland on the east; Denmark on the north; and the Baltic Sea on the northeast.

Germany as a whole can be divided into three major geographic regions: the low-lying N German plain, the central German uplands, and, in the south, the ranges of the Central Alps and other uplands.

early lifeearly political careerbismarck as diplomatbismarck as prussian minister-presidentgerman unificationthe domestic contextbismarck as chancellorforeign policydismissalbibliography BISMARCK, OTTO VON (1815–1898), German statesman.