Emperor of Germany during world war 1 who after his nation's defeat abdicated and fled to exile in the Netherlands?
The emperor was Kaiser Wilhelm II.
Most people would say the Netherlands border on Belgium to the south and Germany to the east. The Kingdom of the Netherlands, however, is bigger then the Netherlands itself. The Caribbean islands of Curacao, Aruba and St. Martin are also part of it as souvereign nations. On St. Martin, the Kingdom shares a border with France.
twice. In 1814, after the Battle of the Nations and the Campaign of France, he abdicated and was made Emperor of Elba, a small island off the coast of Italy. This was a mistake, because in 1815 he returned to France and had to be hammered again at Waterloo. After that he was exiled to st. helena, a small dot in the middle of the Atlantic, where he died in 1821.
The Truman Doctrine promised captalist nations in Europe (e.g. France, West Germany, the Netherlands, the UK, Italy, etc.) economic contributions to repair the damages of WWII, such as large sums of money. This was to recover the Allied nations of Europe, in the hope of making it impossible to be suvert to the Warsaw Pact.
Between 1939 and 1941 The Nazis invaded Poland, Czechoslovakia, Romania, and many other eastern and Balkan nations and Greece. He took the western European nations of France, Belgium, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Russia. He also took over most of the northern nations of Africa.
Before the German Unification, what is now Germany was divided into many separate, small nations. The German Unification was a treaty that was signed on January 18th, 1871 at the Palace of Versailles famous "Hall of Mirrors." In the treaty, the small German nations united to form the German Empire under Emperor Wilhelm, previously the Emperor of Prussia, one of the German nations that was part of the Unification. Due to several major religious, cultural…
The western nations feared that after the October Revolution, Lenin and the Bolsheviks would get Russia out of World War I. The Tsar and even the Provisional Government after the Tsar abdicated wanted Russia in the war to fight Germany and the others of the Central Powers. The Bolsheviks had promised to end the war and the western nations fighting Germany were afraid Lenin would take Russia out of the war as he had promised…
Germany launched major offensives in Western Europe during April and May 1940. In April, 1940 Germany invaded Denmark and Norway in order to protect its shipping interests. Germany also attacked France and invaded neutral nations like Netherlands, Luxembourg and Belgium in May, 1940. France also fell in June, 1940.