German Problems and Personalities by Charles Sarolea

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Author Sarolea, Charles, 1870-1953
Contributor Sorel, Albert, 1842-1906
LoC No. 18006641
Title German Problems and Personalities
Contents Introduction, by the literary editor of the New York "Times" -- An American preface [written for the American ed. of the "Anglo-German problem"] -- My forecasts of 1906 and 1912 -- The curse of the Hohenzollern -- The German war-triumvirate: Nietzsche. Montaigne and Nietzsche. Treitschke. Bernhardi -- Frederick the Great: the father of Prussian militarism -- The apotheosis of Goethe -- The service of the city in Germany -- The neglect of German -- Mecklenburg, the paradise of Prussian junkerthum -- The German race heresy and the war -- A slump in German theology -- The German enigma -- The tragic isolation of Germany: an interview with a continental statesman -- Russia and Germany -- The peacemaker of Germany: Prince Bernhard von Bülow -- The silence of Herr von Bethmann-Hollweg -- The coming revolution in Germany -- Via pacis -- Appendix. The private morality of the Prussian kings: Frederick William II, the Hohenzollern polygamist, by A. Sorel.
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Language English
LoC Class DD: History: General and Eastern Hemisphere: Germany
Subject World War, 1914-1918
Subject Germany -- Foreign relations
Subject Germany -- Politics and government
Subject Germany -- Intellectual life
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EBook-No. 31161
Release Date
Most Recently Updated Jan 6, 2021
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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