Otto von Bismarck and his foreign policies
Bismarck's foreign policies had permanently changed the European balanced of power, which found its expression throughout the events of World War I of
1914 -1918 and its consequences for the XX century Europe.
Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898), Prusso-German statesman, was the architect of German unification and the first chancellor of the united German nation. Throughout Bismarck's efforts, Germany was transformed from a loose collection of small states into the German Empire, proudly named as the II Reich that soon became the most dynamically industrialized nation in continental Europe. Tho…
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