Bismarck : The Man and the Statesman
J.P.Taylor broke new ground in this study, first published in 1955, of one of the most influential figures in Germany's history. Treating Bismarck as a man of his times, he surveys his political policy and actions, as well as investigating the psychology of a man whose life and achievements continue to be a subject of controversy.
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- Paperback | 288 pages
- 135 x 216mm | 367.41g
- 28 Feb 2002
- Penguin Books Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- New edition
- New edition
- bibliography, map, index
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Table of contents
The boy and the man; the diplomat; prime minister of Prussia; the defeat of Austria; the north German confederation; the German empire in the days of liberalism; the change of course; the conservative chancellor; the fall from power; into the grave - and beyond it.
About A. J. P. Taylor
A J P Taylor was the greatest and most popular historian of his day. He also wrote The Course of German History, The War Lords, The Origins of the Second World War, The First World War, and The Second World War: An Illustrated History.