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Germany and the approach of war in 1914

Volker R. Berghahn

Germany and the approach of war in 1914

by Volker R. Berghahn

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Published by Macmillan in Basingstoke .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previous ed. 1973.

Other titlesGermany & the approach of war in 1914.
StatementV.R. Berghahn.
SeriesThe Making of the twentieth century
The Physical Object
Pagination265p. :
Number of Pages265
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19224732M
ISBN 100333599020

because war had become the only way out of Germany's domestic dif-ficulties. These views have been most specifically advanced by V. R. Berghahn in Germany and the Approach of War in (New York, ) and Hans-Ulrich Wehler in Das Deutsche Kaiserreich (Gottingen, ), both of whom see the introduction of Weltpolitik in and. Russia entered into World War I on August 1, , when Germany declared war on it. In accordance with its war plan, Germany ignored Russia and moved first against France—declaring war on August 3 and sending its main armies through Belgium to attack Paris from the north. The invasion of Belgium caused Britain to declare war on Germany on.

  For him, Germany caused the war, which means that Russia, France and Britain fought because Germany’s actions left them with little alternative. That .   The War Officeand the Admiraltycreated their own joint official Press Bureau (which became over time the security service MI5);their main mission was not the release of information about the evolution of the military operations, but the censorship of the news and the control of the war correspondents. In August the ”Central Committee for.

  This book, first published in , is a systematic analysis of German public opinion at the outbreak of the Great War and the first treatment of the myth of the 'spirit of ', which stated that in August all Germans felt 'war enthusiasm' and that this enthusiasm constituted a critical moment in which German society was transformed/5(13). An example of an event that could be used to blame Germany for the breakdown in International Relations before the Great War is the formation of the Drei Kaiser Bund in The Drei Kaiser Bund itself wasn’t to blame, but when, in , Kaiser Wilhelm let the Reinsurance Treaty with Russia lapse, Russia was annoyed and therefore went and.


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