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Bismarckian politics. William I., King of Prussia. Germany after 1815. German unification I. Bismarck is a power politician. German unification I. Bismarck is a power politician His aim is Prussian supremacy within a unified „small“ Germany. German unification I.

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german unification i
German unification I
  • Bismarck is a power politician
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German unification I
  • Bismarck is a power politician
  • His aim is Prussian supremacy within a unified „small“ Germany
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German unification I
  • Bismarck is a power politician
  • His aim is Prussian supremacy within a unified „small“ Germany
  • He is a conservative Junker
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German unification I
  • Bismarck is a power politician
  • His aim is Prussian supremacy within a unified „small“ Germany
  • He is a conservative Junker
  • „Decisions are made by blood and iron“
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German unification I
  • Bismarck is a power politician
  • His aim is Prussian supremacy within a unified „small“ Germany
  • He is a conservative Junker
  • „Decisions are made by blood and iron“
  • Revolution from above – unification by the means of war
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German unification I
  • War against Denmark in 1864
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German unification I
  • War against Denmark in 1864
  • War against Austria in 1866
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German unification I
  • War against Denmark in 1864
  • War against Austria in 1866
  • War against France in 1870/71
william i is proclaimed german emperor in the hall of mirrors in versailles 18 january 1871
William I is proclaimed German emperor in the Hall of Mirrors in Versailles, 18. January 1871
german unification iii
German unification III
  • „If we place German liberalism in the full European context, then the investment of liberal hopes in the Bismarckian settlement of 67 – 71 appears not as a liberalism-denying compromise, but as a powerful, if unfinished, realization of liberal visions of the future (…) Germany was remade along the lines German liberals had broadly envisaged.“

Geoff Eley

kulturkampf
Kulturkampf
  • All schools placed under state supervision
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Kulturkampf
  • All schools placed under state supervision
  • Jesuit order banned (1872)
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Kulturkampf
  • All schools placed under state supervision
  • Jesuit order banned (1872)
  • May Laws (1873)
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Kulturkampf
  • All schools placed under state supervision
  • Jesuit order banned (1872)
  • May Laws (1873)
  • Civil marriage introduced (1874/75)
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Kulturkampf
  • All schools placed under state supervision
  • Jesuit order banned (1872)
  • May Laws (1873)
  • Civil marriage introduced (1874/75)
  • Suspension of church subsidies, dissolution of religious orders (1875)
anti socialist bill 1878
Anti-socialist bill 1878
  • Socialist and communist meetings, societies and publications forbidden
  • Socialist agitators expelled
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Anti-socialist bill 1878
  • Socialist and communist meetings, societies and publications forbiden
  • Socialist agitators expelled
  • Socialist parliamentary party persisted!
german welfare state
German welfare state
  • Sickness insurance act in 1883
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German welfare state
  • Sickness insurance act in 1883
  • Accident insurance act in 1884
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German welfare state
  • Sickness insurance act in 1883
  • Accident insurance act in 1884
  • Sickness and accident insurance for agricultural workers in 1886
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German welfare state
  • Sickness insurance act in 1883
  • Accident insurance act in 1884
  • Sickness and accident insurance for agricultural workers in 1886
  • Old age and invalidity insurance act in 1889
bismarckian system
Bismarckian system
  • Three Emperors‘ League in 1873 (Germany – Russia – Austria-Hungary)
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Bismarckian system
  • Three Emperors‘ League in 1873 (Germany – Russia – Austria-Hungary)
  • Dual Alliance in 1879 (Germany – Austria-Hungary)
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Bismarckian system
  • Three Emperors‘ League in 1873 (Germany – Russia – Austria-Hungary)
  • Dual Alliance in 1879 (Germany – Austria-Hungary)
  • Three Emperors‘ Agreement in 1881 (Germany – Russia – Austria-Hungary)
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Bismarckian system
  • Three Emperors‘ League in 1773 (Germany – Russia – Austria-Hungary)
  • Dual Alliance in 1879 (Germany – Austria-Hungary)
  • Three Emperors‘ Agreement in 1881 (Germany – Russia – Austria-Hungary)
  • Triple Alliance in 1882 (Germany – Italy – Austria-Hungary)
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Bismarckian system
  • Mediterranean Agreement I and II in 1887 (Britain, Italy, Austria-Hungary)
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Bismarckian system
  • Mediterranean Agreement I and II in 1887 (Britain, Italy, Austria-Hungary)
  • Reassurance Treaty in 1887 (Germany and Russia)
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