The German Empire, 1867-1914, first published in 1919, represents the most important and comprehensive of William Dawson’s contributions to German history and the understanding of German politics and affairs. This title will be of great interest to students of German and Imperial history.
Table of Contents
8. Protection and Fiscal Reform 9. Social Adjustments 10. Foreign Relations – (i) France 11. Foreign Relations – (ii) The Eastern Question 12. The Colonial Era 13. Bismarck – The Last Phase 14. Emperor William II. Domestic Affairs (i) The New Course 15. Emperor William II. Domestic Affairs (ii) The Reaction 16. Foreign Relations – (i) Weltpolitik 17. Foreign Relations – (ii) Morocco 18. Foreign Relations – (iii) The Triple Entente 19. Foreign Relations – (iv) The Latter Days; Appendices; Index
William Harbutt Dawson