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Schönberger, P - Kaisertage

Schönberger, P - Kaisertage
After the military defeat of Germany in the autumn of 1918, political unrest begins, which leads to the November Revolution. On the 9th of November, Kaiser Wilhelm II leaves Germany forever. On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of this event, excerpts from unpublished journals of valets and journals of the last German emperor appear in this vividly illustrated book. Beginning in the autumn of 1913, these meticulous notes not only provides a very personal look, but also illustrates the daily life of imperial life during the First World War. Thematically the book is divided into six parts. It starts with a carefree Berlin society on the eve of the war, the July crisis in 1914 and the outbreak of war; the Emperor as Supreme Warlord and his life behind the front; Finally, the last major propaganda trip of the emperor in the summer of 1917 in the Orient and the processing of the last 24 hours of William II as a German monarch. Hardback, in German, fully illustrated, 21x28 cm, 160 pages.

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