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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Wilhelm_IIWilhelm II - Wikipedia

    Hace 2 días · Kaiser Wilhelm I died in Berlin on 9 March 1888, and Prince Wilhelm's father ascended the throne as Frederick III. He was already experiencing an incurable throat cancer and spent all 99 days of his reign fighting the disease before dying.

  2. Hace 2 días · Since it was Emperor Wilhelm who embodied the system that had led to the long years of hardship and privation for the people at home and to the impending defeat in the war, the conviction spread that he would have to abdicate.

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  3. Hace 1 día · His main conclusion regarding Wilhelmine Germany is that from 1897 it was run as a "functioning monarchy" with power concentrated in the hands of one man (thought by many who knew him to be mad) and that, as a result, "the Kaiser, the royal family, the Kaiser's circle of friends, the [imperial entourage and the court form[ed] the ...

  4. Hace 3 días · The treaty required Germany to disarm, make territorial concessions, extradite alleged war criminals, agree to Kaiser Wilhelm being put on trial, recognise the independence of states whose territory had previously been part of the German Empire, and pay reparations to the Entente powers.

  5. Hace 3 días · Clark’s monumental study of the steps to war kicked off a new phase in the historiography of the road that led to the trenches, and not without controversy. It’s an in-depth look at the Balkans, the ferment of nationalism and competing imperial powers and a step by step, pan-european account of the slide into war.

  6. Hace 5 días · Historians, Hoyer argues, have tended to view the Kaiserreich as a mere prelude to the Third Reich: seeing in it the authoritarianism, top-down bureaucracy, rising nationalism, and xenophobia that would assume colossal proportions under Hitler (p. 52).

  7. Kaiser Wilhelm II with the Children of the Kaiser Wilhelm Childrens' Home in Ahlbeck The Home was personally financed by the Kaiser, and its purpose was to provide annual month long holidays for the children of the poorest families in Berlin for free