Papers Ed Rich/Fishr Vl 4

Papers Ed Rich/Fishr Vl 4

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Friedrich von Holstein (1837a€“1909) was Bismarck's subordinate at the German Foreign Office. Since his death historians have combined to make him a monster of sinister and self-seeking policy. At various times von Holstein kept diaries, began memoirs, and wrote and received letters, and many of these survive. A selection of this Nachlass, which was first published in volume form between 1955 and 1963, is presented here. The original effect of this publication prompted an entire re-judgement of Bismarck, German foreign policy, and of Holstein himself. Volume 4 completes the correspondence from and to Holstein. Together, volumes 3 and 4 contain the real core of the papers and are an unusually rich source of primary material on German foreign policy of the period. Volume 4 covers Holstein's correspondence between 1897 and 1909.for both sides in the future, seems to me much more important than the marriage question.1 But here too it is a ... friend, I have just sent off a telegram to you on Chamberlaina#39;s strange demarche, 2 and, as I dona#39;t want to deal with the matter officially, ... (See his Lebenserin- nerungen und Politsche Denkwiirdigkeiten, 3 vols., (Leipzig, 1919-21), vol. II, pp. 17 et seq.) H 113 h.p. 4 Governmenta#39;s instructions toanbsp;...

Title:Papers Ed Rich/Fishr Vl 4
Author: Holstein
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 1963-01

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