The Origins of the Wars of German Unification

The text pays particular attention to the personality of Bismarck as a leader and his Prussian-centred policy and the ways in which he ensured that no fanatical ideologies would turn the wars into totalitarian conquests.

The Origins of the Wars of German Unification

The Origins of the Wars of German Unification

An examination of the origins of the wars of German unification which covers such subjects as the international situation and the domestic crisis and gives a detailed account of the wars and their ramifications for Europe and Germany itself. The text pays particular attention to the personality of Bismarck as a leader and his Prussian-centred policy and the ways in which he ensured that no fanatical ideologies would turn the wars into totalitarian conquests.

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