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  1. 06/06/2022 · Otto Eduard Leopold von Bismarck-Schönhausen, ab 1865 Graf von Bismarck-Schönhausen, ab 1871 Fürst von Bismarck, ab 1890 auch Herzog zu Lauenburg [1] (* 1. April 1815 in Schönhausen (Elbe); † 30. Juli 1898 in Friedrichsruh bei Aumühle ), war ein deutscher Politiker und Staatsmann.

    • Early Years
    • Early Political Career
    • Ministerpräsident (Prime Minister) of Prussia
    • German Unification
    • Chancellor of The German Empire
    • Foreign Policies
    • Bismarck's Social Legislation
    • Last Years
    • Legacy and Memory
    • Place Names

    Bismarck at age 21, 1836 Bismarck was born in Schönhausen, a wealthy family estate situated west of Berlin in the Prussian Province of Saxony. His father, Karl Wilhelm Ferdinandvon Bismarck (Schönhausen, 13 November 1771 – 22 November 1845), was a Junker estate owner and a former Prussian military officer; his mother, Wilhelmine Luise Mencken (Pots...

    Bismarck at age 32, 1847 In the year of his marriage, 1847, at age 32, Bismarck was chosen as a representative to the newly created Prussian legislature, the Vereinigter Landtag. There, he gained a reputation as a royalist and reactionary politician with a gift for stinging rhetoric; he openly advocated the idea that the monarch had a divine right ...

    Otto von Bismarck as Minister-President of Prussia, shown wearing insignia of a knight of the Johanniterorden The regent became King William I upon his brother's death in 1861. The new monarch was often in conflict with the increasingly liberal Prussian Diet. A crisis arose in 1862, when the Diet refused to authorize funding for a proposed re-organ...

    German unification had been one of the major objectives during the widespread revolutions of 1848–49, when representatives of the German states met in Frankfurt and drafted a constitution creating a federal union with a national parliament to be elected by universal male suffrage. In April 1849, the Frankfurt Parliament offered the title of Emperor...

    Otto von Bismarck in 1873. In 1871, Otto von Bismarck was raised to the rank of Fürst (Prince). He was also appointed Imperial Chancellor (Reichskanzler) of the German Empire, but retained his Prussian offices (including those of Minister-President and Foreign Minister). He was also promoted to the rank of lieutenant-general, and given another coun...

    A main objective of Bismarck's was to prevent other major powers allying with France. Bismarck had unified his nation and now he devoted himself to promoting peace in Europe with his skills in statesmanship. He was forced to contend with French revanchism – the desire to avenge the losses of the Franco-Prussian War. Bismarck therefore engaged in a ...

    Bismarck implemented the world's first welfare state in the 1880s. He worked closely with big industry and aimed to stimulate German economic growth by giving workers greater security. A secondary concern was trumping the Socialists, who had no welfare proposals of their own and opposed Bismarck's. Bismarck especially listened to Hermann Wagener an...

    In 1888, the German Emperor, Wilhelm I, died leaving the throne to his son, Friedrich III. The new monarch was already suffering from an incurable throat cancer and died after reigning for only 99 days. He was replaced by his son, Wilhelm II. The new Emperor opposed Bismarck's careful foreign policy, preferring vigorous and rapid expansion to enlar...

    Memorial to Otto von Bismarck, Tiergarten, Berlin Historians have reached a broad consensus on the content, function and importance of the image of Bismarck within Germany's political culture over the past 125 years. Steinberg says, his achievements in 1862-71 were "the greatest diplomatic and political achievement by any leader in the last two cen...

    A number of localities around the world have been named in Bismarck's honour. They include: 1. Bismarck Archipelago, near the former German colony of New Guinea. 2. Bismarck, Illinois 3. Bismarck, North Dakota, a city and state capital in the United States. 4. Bismarck, Missouri, a city in Missouri. 5. Bismarck Sea 6. Bismarck Strait, a channel in ...

  2. 15/06/2022 · As early as 1967, Helmut Böhme wrote that the founding of the German Empire ‘can no longer be written as part of Otto von Bismarck’s biography’ , while another leading historian of Germany, Richard J. Evans, claimed in 1983 that ‘the biographical approach in its present form has reached the limits of its usefulness’.

  3. 14/06/2022 · Decía Otto Von Bismarck, el Canciller de Hierro, que “la gente nunca miente tanto como después de una cacería, durante una guerra o antes de una elección”, y esa frase ha venido a mi mente en el postdebate electoral de las pasadas elecciones, relativo a que #SíHaytiro2024. Es una máxima electoral que las campañas para Presidente y ...

  4. 18/06/2022 · otto eduard leopold fürst von bismarck-schönhausen, herzog zu lauenburg; 1 апреля 1815 [1] [2] [3] [], шёнхаузен, королевство пруссия — 30 июля 1898 [1] [2] [3] [], фридрихсру, королевство пруссия, германская империя ) — немецкий государственный и политический деятель, первый канцлер германской империи, осуществивший план объединения германии по …

  5. hace 6 días · William, crowned King Wilhelm I in 1861, appointed Otto von Bismarck to the position of Minister-President of Prussia in 1862. Bismarck resolved the crisis in favor of the war minister. The Crimean War of 1854–55 and the Italian War of 1859 disrupted relations among Great Britain, France, Austria, and Russia.

  6. Hace 1 día · Readers of his blog will be familiar with Cummings’ fascination with Otto von Bismarck, who rose rapidly in Prussian politics and masterminded the unification of Germany in 1871, serving as its...

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