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Otto Von Bismarck

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Otto Von Bismarck was the first Chancellor of Germany after uniting several Germanic states into one unified country. Under King Wilhelm the First, he brought the first welfare system to the modern world. His statesmanship and political prowess remained much admired into the twentieth century.
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Otto von Bismarck wanted to unify German states. He was born when the German confederation was just created. His main priority was to help Prussia have the most powerful army in all of Europe which it eventually did. Bismarck was clever and would manipulate his ways into getting more territory. SO...
Bismarck used diplomacy and the army his aim was to strengthen Prussia through the unification of the German states. Bismarck used diplomacy and the army his aim was to strengthen Prussia through the unification of the German states.
No. He passed away before National Socialism was even founded (1899).
To provide workers with financial security during illness and old age.
His wife's name was Johanna von Puttkamer. :)
Bismarck resigned as a 75 year old man in 1890, 24 years prior to the start of World War 1. His age would not have permitted him to lead for much longer. He died in 1898. Therefore, even if he had not resigned at Wilhelm II's insistence, he would not have lived to have made any difference at all in...
No, he was a talented politican. Also, he allied himself with the Prussian Army and going on more aggressive military polices.Which got him the key support of the army which was extremly needed in Prussia or the German Confederation.
He succeeded in unifying Germany.
Otto Von Bismarck could acutely be described as manipulative, ambitious for power, scheming but for a purpose, and I would also describe him as a genius. He was also diplomatic, controlling, strong willed and the greatest statesman who ever lived.
Well, He created the modern German state in 1871. Before him there was no unified German State only princely states.
To get to the other side....the dark side >;]
It means that they would use blood (hard work, the power of the people) and iron (technology, weapons, etc) to succeed and unify the German territories.
First, I must point out that it was the Austro-HUNGARIAN empire, not just Austrian.Bismarck wanted to keep on good terms with Austria because it could be and would prove to be, a powerful ally. It also shared a long border with Bismarck's Prussia and the other German states that had already been...
Because he was the main actor in the unification of the German Empire, during the second half of the 19th century.He led a serie of war against Denmark, Austria and France in order to unify, under the Prussian control, the German Empire. He will be the first Reichskanzler (imperial Chancelor) in...
a very sensable and level headed man of his time....
Nationalism-he is credited with unifying the German StateHis most associated quote is "Blood and Iron"
one political objective of both Otto von Bismarck and Giuseppe Garibaldi was to unify their nations.
Yes, for Unifying Germany and making it such a global military, political and economic powerhouse pre-WW1.
The key concept behind Bismark's successes in regards to the Unification of Germany is nationalism. Bismark was a very strong, influencial leader who won many battles to gain land and power for Germany. As more and more battles were won, the pride in Germany flourished and states became united in...
He was Chancellor of Germany during his period.
Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898) was Otto Eduard Leopold, Prince von Bismarck, Count von Bismarck-Schönhausen, Duke von Lauenburg. Bismarck was a Prussian statesman who in 1871 founded the German Empire and served as its first chancellor for 19 years. Through German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck's ...
He died of Thopnapneurax, a sickness of the lungs. He died  peacefully in bed, while awake, painlessly on July 30, 1898, at age  83. He is said to have died around 7-8:00 AM, with his favorite  pipe by his bedside, and his doctors.
Near Berlin in Prussia and then Prussian Germany after the Unification.
Bismarck was a dipolmat. It was his job to talk and not fight. Not to mention that war is never a good thing for a new nation and if there was a war in Europe, there would most likely be fighting on two of Germany's border, maybe three, which is not a good situation to be in.
Bismarck was a diplomat, not a military officier. He only preached war as a way to convince the other German states of Prussia might so that they would agree to unification. After the states unified, Bismarck had no need for war, which could threaten the strength and economy of the new country.
Otto von Bismarck was born on April 1, 1815 and died on July 30, 1898. Otto von Bismarck would have been 83 years old at the time of death or 200 years old today.
Otto von Bismarck died on July 30, 1898 at the age of 83.
He could write and speak English, Russian, French, and of course  German
Otto von Bismarck created the German empire and became its first  ruler. He was removed from office by King William in 1890. King  William then became Kaiser of the Second Reich.
He never did. Bismarck was Prussia's, and then Germany's, Chancellor under Kaiser Wilhelm I. Sorry, my Germans not that good.
Kaiser wilhelm II dismissed him
Franco-Prussian warand the Austro-Prussian war
Bismarck used Realpolitik, ruthless politics that puts the goals of the state ahead of any other concern (basically "ends justify the means" politics.) Specifically, in addition to ignoring Prussian law when he felt it necessary, he manipulated his way into wars--with Denmark, Austria, and France-...
He wasn't. It was "Iron Chancellor", presumably for his forceful  approach.    "Blood & iron" was an earlier passage in a speech declaring  that Germany's fate (when it was still a jumble of states) would be  resolved through nationality (blood) and might (iron).
Otto von Bismark is most famous for unifying German states and keeping the nation peaceful with a different style of diplomacy. He is also credited with changing the face of Conservatism.
  Bismarck said this to the Prussian Parliament in 1862. The liberal majority in the parliament rejected his plans for vastly increased military spending. The meaning of the comment is twofold:   # The key decisions are made by war, not by democratically elected bodies.  # It expresses his...
Otto von Bismarck's birth name is Otto Eduard Leopold von Bismarck.
Otto von Bismarck is 190 cm.
Otto von Bismarck went by The Iron Chancellor.
As regards similarities between Bismarck and Patel, I have no specialized knowledge. Both of them used a 3-stage system for uniting their countries; 1) Invite Union, pointing out the advantages. 2) Take advantage of the fact of human nature that people who will not unite FOR anything will unite...
Otto von Bismark was a German aristocrat and politician. He became the Prime Minister of Prussia in 1862 and the First Chancellor of Germany in 1871. He had many famous quotes. Here are a few: Politics is not an exact science... but an art. Not by speeches and votes of the majority, are the...
Otto Christian Archibald von Bismarck was born on 1897-09-25.
Otto Christian Archibald von Bismarck died on 1975-12-24.
The Bismarck was one of a pair of Bismarck class battleships (the other was the Tirpitz) it was named afterOtto von Bismarck the first Chancellor of Germany. It was simplycalled the Bismarck .
He went to war with France.He went through loop holes and enticed war with Austria. He then made Austria help Prussia take over Schelswig and Holstein so that Prussia would look like a better country to take the lead as a United Germany but in doing so kicking out Austria in the 7 Weeks war and...
that the unification of Germany could be acheived through war. A quote of Bismarck is "blood and iron"
  == Answer ==   He was one of the first proponents of a stated retirement age. He chose the age of 65. Interestingly enough, the average life span during his time would not have impacted that age because people did not live that long.
  Bismarck was motivated to introduce social insurance in Germany both in order to promote the well-being of workers in order to keep the German economy operating at maximum efficiency, and to stave-off calls for more radical socialist alternatives.
Otto von Bismarck was born on April 1, 1815.
Otto von Bismarck was known as and ultra-conservative royalist. He  is known for writing 'be polite; write diplomatically' but his  manners were very eccentric. When he met with the French on matters  of diplomacy he offended them greatly with his manners.
In European countries, political parties and ideologies tend to be  associated with colors. The most famous example, which you've  probably heard, is that Communists (and often Socialists too) are  associated with the color red. A few other examples are:    Black is often associated with...
  Bismarck encouraged war with Danmark, Austria and France to unite Germany
Damaging Austria too greatly would cause its leaders to joinwith Prussia's other enemies. .
1. He showed the use of Realpolitik when he ignored Parliament withthe passing of military budget. 2. Bismarck made an alliance with Austria, then they both seizedland from Denmark. After a brief war, both countries "liberated"the two provinces and split the spoils. Then Persia found an excuseto...
Otto Von Bismarck was born at Schönhausen, Prussia on April 1st 1815.
Uniting Germany and setting up treaties and alliances for world war one
Otto von Bismarck died on July 30, 1898 at the age of 83.
Given that he was 83, I think it's fairly safe to say "natural causes."
If you mean where was he born, he was born in the Prussian province of Saxony.
He used realpolitik for becoming the chancellor of Prussia and to build up Prussia's army.
Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898) was an immensely influential German statesman in his lifetime.
  The Iron Chancellor
  One can not solely claim that Otto Von Bismarck brought about German unification. It was a number of factors which worked in his favor. For example, the Zollverein was an effective economic force in unifying some of the disgruntled southern states with Prussia. But in relation to Bismarck...
im only 14 and im definitely not an expert, but i think i remember that he was the one who came up with the idea of it in the first place so yh, he had like the blood and iron war and stuff, which u could look at on wikipedia but yh he came up with the idea to unify all 39 states of germany
He used his policy of blood and iron to unite the German states under Prussian rule.
Prussia and the northern german confederation, which later combined into Germany
Nothing at all it is just really boring and leave it at that
the role of sardar patel is to generate the leadership among all the citizens of India
Otto von Bismarck was 196cm tall or 6'5".Hope this helps:)
Austria and Prussia declared war on Denmark to regain the provinces  of Schleswig and Holstein, which were ruled by the Danish crown but  were predominantly German-speaking.
Otto Von Bismarck started the alliance system because he felt that France was the biggest threat to Germany's power in Europe. His goal was to make an alliance system that left France with as little allies as possible. This system ultimately backfired and plunged Europe into a devastating war that...
The Alsace-Lorraine region was claimed by both France and Germany  in the 19th century after the Franco-Prussian War. Bismarck went  along with the German Emperor's position that Alsace-Lorraine  should be annexed to form part of Germany.
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Otto von Bismark was born in Saxony, Prussia  Simon Bolivar was born in Caracas, Venezuela
The Napoleonic Wars ended in 1815 with a peace settlement orchestrated by the brilliant Austrian foreign minister, Metternich. The peace settlement was known as "the Concert of Vienna" and kept the peace in Europe for the next 99 years with the exception of the Franco-Prussian War. The Concert of...