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Bismarck, the Hohenzollern Candidacy, and the origins of the Franco-German war of 1870
Lawrence D. Steefel
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Bismarck, the Hohenzollern Candidacy, and the Origins of the Franco-German War of Hardcover – 13 April by Lawrence D. Steefel (Author) See all Author: Lawrence D. Steefel. Lawrence D. Steefel is the author of Bismarck, The Hohenzollern Candidacy, and the Origins of the Franco-German War of ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 3/5(1).
He provoked three short, decisive wars against Denmark, Austria, and France. The Battle of Sedan was fought during the Franco-Prussian War from 1 to 2 September The Siege of Metz lasting from 19 August – 27 October was fought during the Franco-Prussian War and ended in . Otto von Bismarck. Otto von Bismarck was a conservative Prussian statesman who dominated German and European affairs from the s until In the s he engineered a series of wars that unified the German states, significantly and deliberately excluding Austria, into a powerful German Empire under Prussian leadership.
Bismarck regarded a Franco-German animosity as a tool to keep up the German national sentiment which had helped him to extend the power of Prussia's Hohenzollern Dynasty, which he served, in the shape of the creation of a German Empire; he therefore humiliated France on purpose. The consequences were to be felt in World War I and beyond. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Lawrence D Steefel books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Bismarck, the Hohenzollern Candidacy, and the Origins of the Franco-German War of Lawrence D Steefel. .
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Excerpt. More than thirty-five years have gone by since Professor Robert Howard Lord published The Origins of the War of New Documents from the German Archives (Cambridge, Mass., ; Harvard Historical Studies XXVIII). "In the past year," he wrote in his preface, "I have had the privilege of using and transcribing in full the seven volumes of documents which contain the German official.
Bismarck, the Hohenzollern Candidacy, and the Origins of the Franco-German War of By Lawrence D. Steefel Harvard University Press, Read preview Overview American Opinion of German Unification, By John Gerow Gazley Columbia University, The Origins of the Franco-Prussian War Revisited: Bismarck and the Hohenzollern Candidature for the Spanish Throne S.
William Halperin Wayne State University Without a Hohenzollern candidature for the Spanish throne, there might have been no Franco-Prussian War in despite the growing antagonism be-tween the two countries. main page. Want to know when we launch.
Subscribe by entering your e-mail below. Bismarck in the Franco-German War, (Classic Reprint) socy. Bismarck in the Franco-German War, (Paperback. Leopold initially refused the offer in March but Isabella II’s abdication in brought the issue to a head, and Bismarck persuaded Leopold to accept.
3 July > The candidacy of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen for the throne formally announced. Leopold was to be elected by the cortès on 20 July. The Franco-German War ofVol. 2 of 2 (Classic Reprint) Leave a comment. The Franco-German War,Vol. 1 First Part-History.
no comment. Bismarck, the Hohenzollern Candidacy, and the Origins of the. Lawrence S. Steefel, Bismarck, the Hohenzollern Candidacy, and the Origins of the Franco-German War of () is one of the most up-to-date treatments of this subject, taking into account the new documents found in the German state archives and published by Georges Bonnin in Steefel was a student of Robert Lord, who published the.
In earlythere was a succession crisis in there was nobody to wear the crown, the Spanish sent an offer to Prince Leopold von Hohenzollern to be the new King of Spain.
Napoleon, fearing that a Prussian ally to the south would be of utmost danger, declared opposition against the offer and implied a declaration of war would. Saturday, June 27th, | Bismarck in the Franco-German war, ( edition.
Prince Leopold of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, (born Sept. 22,Krauchenweis, Prussia—died June 8,Berlin, Ger.), Prussian candidate for the Spanish was a member of the Swabian line of the Hohenzollern dynasty and the brother of Carol I of Romania. Chancellor Otto von Bismarck and Spain’s de facto leader, Juan Prim (–70), persuaded the reluctant Leopold to.
Origins of the war. Prussia’s defeat of Austria in the Seven Weeks’ War in had confirmed Prussian leadership of the German states and threatened France’s position as the dominant power in Europe. The immediate cause of the Franco-German War, however, was the candidacy of Prince Leopold of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (who was related to the Prussian royal house) for the Spanish throne.
The Franco Prussian War War, also known as the Franco-German War, was a conflict between France and Prussia from until Main Causes: The main cause of the Franco-Prussian War was the determination of Prussian statesman Otto von Bismarck to unify Germany under Prussian control and to eliminate French influence over Germany in the process.
However, France also. Bismarck, the Hohenzollern Candidacy, and the Origins of the Franco-German War of Paperback – Octo by Lawrence Dinkelspiel Steefel (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Lawrence Dinkelspiel Steefel.
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Bismarck, the Hohenzollern Candidacy, and the Origins of the Franco-German War of 'See, for example, Robert Howard Lord, The Origins of the War of New Documents from the German Archives (Cambridge, ), 27; Lawrence D.
Steefel, Bismarck, the Hohenzollern Candidacy, and the Origins According to some historians, Prussian chancellor Otto von Bismarck deliberately provoked the French into declaring war on Prussia in order to draw four independent southern German states— Baden, Württemberg, Bavaria and Hesse-Darmstadt —into an alliance with the North German Confederation dominated by Prussia.
Bismarck, the Hohenzollern candidacy, and the origins of the Franco-German War of Author: Lawrence D Steefel. Publisher: Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Edition/Format. Citation Information.
Bismarck, the Hohenzollern Candidacy, and the Origins of the Franco-German War of Harvard University Press. Pages: 1–into his plan. The proximate cause of the Franco-Prussian War, the publica tion of the edited "Ems telegram" in July,is an example of his well-calculated action.
The events which led to the "Ems telegram" began in earlywhen Bismarck encouraged the candidature of Prince Leopold of .The immediate cause of the war resided in the candidacy of a Prussian prince to the throne of Spain – France feared encirclement by an alliance between Prussia and Spain.
The Hohenzollern prince's candidacy was withdrawn under French diplomatic pressure, but Otto von Bismarck goaded the French into declaring war by altering a telegram sent by William I.