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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.

Prince Otto Von Bismarck

  Bismarck as a National Type.  By Kuno Francke.

  The Love Letters of Bismarck.  Translated under the supervision of
  Charlton T. Lewis.

  Correspondence of William I. and Bismarck.  Translated by J.A.  Ford.

  From “Thoughts and Recollections.”  Translated under the supervision of
  A.J.  Butler.

  Bismarck as an Orator.  By Edmund von Mach.

  Speeches of Prince Bismarck.  Translated by Edmund von Mach: 

    Professorial Politics

    Speech from the Throne

    Alsace-Lorraine a Glacis Against France

    We Shall Never Go to Canossa!

    Bismarck as the “Honest Broker”

    Salus Publica—­Bismarck’s Only Lode-Star

    Practical Christianity

    We Germans Fear God, and Nought Else in the World

    Mount the Guards at the Warthe and the Vistula!

    Long Live the Emperor and the Empire!

Count Helmuth Von Moltke

  The Life of Moltke.  By Karl Detlev Jessen.

  Letters and Historical Writings of Moltke: 

    The Political and Military Conditions of the Ottoman Empire in 1836. 
    Translated by Edmund von Mach.

    A Trip to Brussa.  Translated by Edmund von Mach.

    A Journey to Mossul.  Translated by Edmund von Mach.

    A Bullfight in Spain.  Translated by Edmund von Mach.

    Description of Moscow.  Translated by Grace Bigelow.

    The Peace Movement.  Translated by Edmund von Mach.

    Fighting on the Frontier.  Translated by Clara Bell and Henry W.
    Fischer.

    Battle of Gravelotte—­St. Privat.  Translated by Clara Bell and Henry
    W. Fischer.

    Consolatory Thoughts on the Earthly Life and a Future Existence. 
    Translated by Mary Herms.

Ferdinand Lassalle

  The Life and Work of Ferdinand Lassalle.  By Arthur N. Holcombe.

  The Workingmen’s Programme.  Translated by E.H.  Babbitt.

  Science and the Workingmen.  Translated by Thorstein B. Veblen.

  Open Letter to the Central Committee.  Translated by E.H.  Babbitt.

ILLUSTRATIONS—­VOLUME X

  Bismarck Meeting Napoleon after the Battle of Sedan

  Prince Bismarck.  By Franz von Lenbach

  Prince Bismarck.  By Franz von Lenbach

  Princess Bismarck

  Coronation of King William I at Koenigsberg.  By Adolph von Menzel

  Emperor William I. By Franz von Lenbach

  King William’s Departure for the Front at the Beginning of the
  Franco-German War.  By Adolph von Menzel

  Prince Bismarck.  By Franz von Lenbach

  The Berlin Congress.  By Anton von Werner

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