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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 532 pages of information about The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Volume 10.
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Start of eBook1
Prince Otto Von Bismarck1
Ferdinand Lassalle1
BISMARCK AS A NATIONAL TYPE[1]2
I2
II5
III8
IV11
FOOTNOTES: 12
12
(Postmark, Berlin, November 9, ’48.)36
(Postmark, Berlin, August 8, ’49.)39
Berlin, Friday. (Postmark, August 17, ’49.)40
Berlin, Monday. (Postmark, August 28, ’49.)41
Berlin, September 11, ’49. (Postmarked September 10.)42
FOOTNOTES: 79
CORRESPONDENCE OF WILLIAM I. AND BISMARCK [21]79
BISMARCK TO KING WILLIAM79
KING WILLIAM I. TO BISMARCK80
EMPEROR WILLIAM I. TO BISMARCK84
EMPEROR WILLIAM I. TO BISMARCK84
EMPEROR WILLIAM I. TO BISMARCK85
EMPEROR WILLIAM I. TO BISMARCK87
FOOTNOTES: 88
FROM “THOUGHTS AND RECOLLECTIONS” [26]89
I89
II99
III104
FOOTNOTES: 113
BISMARCK AS AN ORATOR114
PROFESSORIAL POLITICS118
SPEECH FROM THE THRONE119
GENTLEMEN OF THE REICHSTAG OF THE NORTH GERMAN FEDERATION: 119
ALSACE-LORRAINE A GLACIS AGAINST FRANCE120
WE SHALL NEVER GO TO CANOSSA!128
BISMARCK AS THE “HONEST BROKER”131
SALUS PUBLICA—­BISMARCK’S ONLY LODE-STAR140
PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY148
WE GERMANS FEAR GOD, AND NOUGHT ELSE IN THE WORLD163
MOUNT THE GUARDS AT THE WARTHE AND THE VISTULA!185
LONG LIVE THE EMPEROR AND THE EMPIRE!191
THE LIFE OF MOLTKE194
THE POLITICAL AND MILITARY CONDITIONS OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE IN 1836200
A TRIP TO BRUSSA205
A JOURNEY TO MOSSUL209
A BULLFIGHT IN SPAIN219
DESCRIPTION OF MOSCOW[38] (1856)222
Thursday, August 28th222
THE PEACE MOVEMENT231
FOOTNOTES: 233
FIGHTING ON THE FRONTIER[44]233
PREPARATIONS FOR WAR233
PREPARATIONS FOR THE WAR234
FOOTNOTES: 240
BATTLE OF GRAVELOTTE—­ST. PRIVAT[45]240
TRANSLATED BY CLARA BELL AND HENRY W. FISCHER240
FOOTNOTES: 248
TRANSLATED BY MARY HERMS248
PREFACE248
FOOTNOTES: 249
DR. TORCHE-MITTLER.249
THE LIFE AND WORK OF FERDINAND LASSALLE253
THE WORKINGMEN’S PROGRAMME (1862)262
FOOTNOTES: 287
SCIENCE AND THE WORKINGMEN (1863)287
FOOTNOTES: 326
OPEN LETTER TO THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE (1863)327
BY FERDINAND LASSALLE327
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