The Founding Of The German Empire By William I; Based Chiefly Upon Prussian State Documents Volume 7 by Heinrich Von SybelThe Founding Of The German Empire By William I; Based Chiefly Upon Prussian State Documents Volume 7 by Heinrich Von Sybel

The Founding Of The German Empire By William I; Based Chiefly Upon Prussian State Documents Volume 7

byHeinrich Von Sybel

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ... INDEX. ABfeK, Minister in Cassel, favors annex-ation of Duchies to Prussia, ill. 234. Abeken,Counsellor,accompanies King William to Ems, vii. 313; sends de-spatch to Bismarck relating to inter-view of King William and Benedetti, 393-395; his despatch given to the public, 398. Abel supports Ultramontane papers in their attacks on Prussia, 1. 105. Aberdeen, Earl of, warned against French ambassador, iii. 36; defines policy of England with regard to Da-nish succession, ib. Act of Confederation, faults, i. 52 et seq.; Germany's relation to Foreign Powers under, 54 et seq. Adolphus, Duke of Nassau, not in favor of Augusteuburg, iii. 234; treated with magnanimity by German Gov-ernment, vi. 351. Agidi takes part in discussion of tariff question, vii. 36. Agreement between Austria and Prus-sia, iii. 240. Albert, Archduke, desires manifesta-tion by Prussia and German Confed-eration in ease of war, ii. 370; rejects French plan, vii. 281. Albert, Crown Prince,commands Saxon army, v. 16. Albrecht, Austrian Archduke, sent to Munich, iii. 321; in command of Aus-trian Army of the South, iv. 394; as-sumes command of Austrian army in Italy, v. 94: determines to fall upon the divided Italian forces, 98, 99; protests against scattering Austrian forces, 301: forwards his troops by railway to Vienna, 302; visits Paris, and discusses military matters with Napoleon, vii. 247, 248. Albufera, Duke of, questions Gramont in relation to demands upon King of Prussia, vii. 420; requests that de-spatches be submitted, ib. Alcolea, defeat of Queen of Spain's troops at, vi. 412. Alexander, Emperor of Russia, in-censed at Garibaldi's action, ii. 430; desires to make concessions to Po-. land, 528; unfavorable to Napoleon's, plan of Congress, iii. 164; arrives in Berlin,...
Title:The Founding Of The German Empire By William I; Based Chiefly Upon Prussian State Documents Volume 7Format:PaperbackDimensions:190 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.4 inPublished:October 12, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217385869

ISBN - 13:9780217385862

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