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Bismarck: The Story of a Fighter epub

by Emil Ludwig,Eden and Cedar Paul


Bismarck: The Story of a Fighter epub

ISBN: 1620871769

ISBN13: 978-1620871768

Author: Emil Ludwig,Eden and Cedar Paul

Category: Memoris

Subcategory: Historical

Language: English

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing; 1 edition (February 8, 2013)

Pages: 704 pages

ePUB book: 1814 kb

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Emil Ludwig (1881–1948) was a German writer internationally known for his many bestselling biographies, including works on Goethe and Napoleon

Emil Ludwig (1881–1948) was a German writer internationally known for his many bestselling biographies, including works on Goethe and Napoleon. This item: Bismarck: The Story of a Fighter. Pages with related products.

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Emil Ludwig (1881-1948). Bismarck : the story of a fighter, Emil Ludwig ; translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. printed & manuscript material.

Text extracted from opening pages of book: A M C K THE STORY OF AFIGHTER By EMIL LUBWXG Translated from the German by EDEN and CEDAE PAUL BLUE RIBBON BOOKS New York Foreword A chiaroscuro form, fully equipped, shines forth from the twilight. Bismarck resembles the faces painted by Rembrandt, and must be so depicted

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Bismarck; the story of a fighter by Emil Ludwig. Boston: Little, Brown and C. 1927. The Son of man: the story of Jesus by Emil Ludwig. New York: Boni & Liveright, 1928. with Cedar Paul) Proletcult (proletarian Culture), New York: T. Seltzer, Incorporated, 1921.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Bismarck: The Story of a Fighter. Publisher: London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd. Publication Date: 1927. Visit Seller's Storefront. List this Seller's Books. Payment Methods accepted by seller.

The Story of a Fighter. Otto von Bismarck was more than a politician and a leader: he was the single driving force that turned the disparate states of Germany into one cohesive empire

The Story of a Fighter. Translated by Eden Paul and Cedar Paul. Otto von Bismarck was more than a politician and a leader: he was the single driving force that turned the disparate states of Germany into one cohesive empire. He then went on to lead Germany and the rest of Europe into an age of political peace that lasted from 1871 until the outbreak of World War I. Under his influence, Germany thrived. Bismarck’s use of statesmanship to fight for the interests of his country was legendary.

Ludwig, Emil, 1881-1948. Publication, Distribution, et. New York Previously published: Boston : Little, Brown and company, 1927; originally published in German as: Bismarck : geschichte eines ka?mpfers. Berlin : E. Rowohlt, 1926. General Note: Includes index. Formatted Contents Note: Book one: 1815-1851, The wanderer Book two: 1852-1862, The striver Book three: 1862-1871, The builder Book four: 1872-1888, The ruler Book five: 1888-1898, The outcast. Personal Name: Bismarck, Otto,, Fu?rst von, 1815-1898. Personal Name: Paul, Eden, 1865-1944. Personal Name: Paul, Cedar.

Emil Ludwig, in a translation by Eden and Cedar Paul, delivers an illuminating portrait of the Prussian statesman Otto . Bismarck: The Story of a Fighter is a rich analysis that remarkably humanizes Herr Blood and Iron.

Emil Ludwig, in a translation by Eden and Cedar Paul, delivers an illuminating portrait of the Prussian statesman Otto von Bismarck, who unified Germany through a series of wars. What separates Ludwig's work from mere historical biography, however, is his attempt to demystify Bismarck's mythology and reputation as a ruthless leader by connecting his private life to his public actions. Ken Maxon's inquisitive, dulcet approach keeps the listener fascinated as Ludwig describes Bismarck's early life and rise to power

Otto von Bismarck was more than a politician and a leader: he was the single driving force that turned the disparate states of Germany into one cohesive empire. He then went on to lead Germany and the rest of Europe into an age of political peace that lasted from 1871 until the outbreak of World War I. Under his influence, Germany thrived. Bismarck’s use of statesmanship to fight for the interests of his country was legendary. As one of the most influential and powerful individuals in his country’s history, Bismarck became a symbol of leadership and pride for German nationalists. The historical conception of him was as the “Iron Chancellor,” an unbending and untouchable figure.  

In his landmark biography of the man of “blood and iron,” Emil Ludwig rejects the pedestal that history has placed Bismarck upon, and instead seeks a historical and psychological understanding of the chancellor “as he really was, and not as distorted by worship.” Bismarck was not merely a hard and calculating statesman, but a man ruled by pride, courage, and hatred. To fully comprehend the actions this enigmatic and important character, we must first understand his feelings, his motivations, and his private life.  

Beginning with Bismarck’s childhood and delving more fully into his early life than any other work, Ludwig’s landmark volume is invaluable in understanding the forces behind one of the most influential men in modern history.