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Bismarck and the Hohenzollern candidature for the Spanish throne
|Statement||edited with an introduction by Georges Bonnin; translated by Dr. Isabella M. Massey ; with a foreword by Dr. G.P. Gooch.|
|Contributions||Massey, Isabella M.|
Otto von Bismarck, Memoirs J. H. Robinson, ed. Readings in European History (Boston: Ginn, ), 2: , Hanover Historical Texts Project Scanned by Brooke Harris, October Proofread by Angela Rubenstein, February Proofread and pages added by Jonathan Perry, March Lord Clarendon's Attempt at Franco-Prussian Disarmament, January to March - Volume 15 Issue 3 - J. L. Herkless Georges, ed., Bismarck and the Hohenzollern Candidature to the Spanish Throne (London, ). 87 Clarendon to Buchanan, confidential, Wiesbaden, * Views captured on Cambridge Core between. This data will be updated Cited by: 1.
Bismarck pleaded with great warmth for the acceptance of the offer; in a memoir to the King, he dwelt on the great importance which the summons of a Hohenzollern prince to the Spanish throne would have for Germany; it would be politically invaluable to have a friendly land in the rear of France; it would be of the greatest economic advantage. It emerges clearly from these files that, inter alia Bismarck was at the time (since February ) very actively pursuing the question of the Hohenzollern candidature for the throne, which he decisively denied in the Bundesrat on July 16th, , when he said that he and the Foreign Ministry had indeed first learned about the matter on July 3rd.
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Bismarck and the Hohenzollern candidature for the Spanish throne. London, Chatto & Windus, (OCoLC) Online version: Germany (West). Auswärtiges Amt. Bismarck and the Hohenzollern candidature for the Spanish throne.
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[Georges Bonin; Germany. Auswärtiges Amt.]. Bismarck and the Hohenzollern Candidature for the Spanish Throne: the Documents in the German Diplomatic Archives Edited with an Introduction by Georges Bonnin with a Foreword by G. Gooch ; Translated by Isabella M. Massey Hardcover – Jan. 1 /5(1). Bismarck and the Hohenzollern candidature for the Spanish throne by Germany (West).
Auswärtiges Amt.,Chatto & Windus edition, in EnglishPages: lern candidature would diminish rather than increase the likelihood of war between France and Prussia.
The piecemeal disclosure of Bismarck's role began in the s with the publication of the papers of King Karl of Romania,1 younger brother of the Hohenzollern. Bismarck and the Hohenzollern candidature for the Spanish throne: the documents in the German diplomatic archives / Edited with an introd.
by Georges Bonnin. Translated by Isabella M. Massey. With a foreword by G. Gooch. Otto Eduard Leopold, Prince of Bismarck, Duke of Lauenburg (born von Bismarck-Schönhausen; German: Otto Eduard Leopold Fürst von Bismarck, Herzog zu Lauenburg; 1 April – 30 July ), known as Otto von Bismarck (German: [ˈɔto fɔn ˈbɪsmaʁk] ()), was a conservative German statesman who masterminded the unification of Germany in and served as its first chancellor until Children: Marie, Herbert, Wilhelm.
Bismarck encouraged the candidature of Prince Leopold of Hohenzollern- Sigmaringen to the Spanish throne—vacant since the Spanish revolution in Although Leopold had already twice refused, he accepted a renewedCited by: 1.
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He of course realized the possible international repercussions the candidacy might have and seemed to be especially apprehensive about reaction in Paris (L. STEEFEL, Bismarck, the Hohenzollern Candidacy, and the Origins of the Franco-German War of o [Cambridge, ], pp. 99—ror; I.A.B.o. [Spanien] 32 secreta, nos.Author: Willard Allen Fletcher.
Napoleon III and The Hohenzollern Candidacy for The Spanish Throne Article in Historian 29(3) - August with 10 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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 record. Napoleon III and The Hohenzollern Candidacy for The Spanish Throne.
Nancy N. Barker *The author is Lecturer in History at the University of Texas, Austin. Search for more papers by this author. Nancy N. Barker *The author is Lecturer in History at the University of Texas, : Nancy N. Barker. Bismarck and the HIohenzollern candidature for the Spanish throne.
By GEORGES BONNIN. (London: Chatto and Windus, 95 7.) THIS collection of over documents from the Prussian secret archives provides much new material on the genesis of the Franco-Prussian war, some of it hitherto carefully concealed from historians.
It is the in. No less devious were the Bismarckian machinations that led to the war with Austria in (a manufactured dispute over the administration of the conquered Danish duchies of Schleswig and Holstein) and the war with France in (which had its origin in the Hohenzollern candidature for the Spanish throne, which Bismarck himself secretly promoted).
After the defeat of Austria, Bismarck was busy with his next set of diplomatic manoeuvres. He signed treaties, leaving France without allies.
The dispute over the Hohenzollern candidature for the Spanish throne was again merely a pretext for a war that was crucial to Bismarck’s ambitions for a. the candidature. Under Bismarck’s leadership all the government ministers and generals supported the candidature.
Not a single person spoke a word about whether war with France might result from an accession of a Hohenzollern to the Spanish throne.
At the dinner a minister asked Moltke, ‘But if Napoleon takes it badly, are we ready?’. Translation of throne at Merriam-Webster's Spanish-English Dictionary. Audio pronunciations, verb conjugations, quizzes and more.
The immediate cause of the conflict was the question of the Hohenzollern candidature for the Spanish throne. InQueen Isabella had been deposed, and the throne was finally offered to Prince Leopold of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, a relative of the King of Prussia.After the defeat of Austria, Bismarck was busy with his next set of diplomatic maneuvers.
He signed treaties, leaving France without allies. The dispute over the Hohenzollern candidature for the Spanish throne was again merely a pretext for a war that was crucial to Bismarck s. The conflict was a culmination of years of tension between the two nations, which finally came to a head over the issue of a Hohenzollern candidate for the vacant Spanish throne, following the deposition of Isabella II in