The German Emperor as Shown in his Public Utterances
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The German Emperor as Shown in his Public Utterances

By Christian Gauss
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  • THE GERMAN EMPEROR AS SHOWN IN HIS PUBLIC UTTERANCES
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
  • ILLUSTRATIONS
  • I THE HOHENZOLLERN TRADITION
  • II PRELIMINARIES
    • THE FIRST OFFICIAL ACT OF THE EMPEROR
    • TO MY PEOPLE
    • FIRST DECLARATION OF POLICY
    • OPENING OF THE REICHSTAG
    • THE EMPEROR AND THE STRIKING MINERS
    • VISIT OF THE KING OF ITALY
    • THE ENGLISH FLEET AND THE GERMAN ARMY
    • THE ENGLISH ARMY
    • THE CZAR AT BERLIN
    • ON BOARD AN ENGLISH FLAG-SHIP
  • III AFTER BISMARCK
    • OPENING OF THE REICHSTAG
    • REVIEW OF THE NINTH ARMY CORPS
    • ACCIDENTS WITH AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY
    • ALSACE-LORRAINE
    • SWEARING IN THE RECRUITS
    • THE EMPEROR’S FIRST ARMY BILL
    • ARRIVAL IN METZ
    • DEDICATION OF FLAGS
    • NAVY RECRUITS
    • CHRISTENING OF A CRUISER
    • VISIT TO BISMARCK
    • OPENING OF THE EMPEROR WILLIAM CANAL
  • IV THE BEGINNING OF WORLD POLITICS
    • THE BEGINNING OF WORLD POLITICS
    • TO THE RECRUITS FOR THE NAVY
    • A TOAST TO THE RUSSIAN EMPEROR AND EMPRESS
    • THE ARMY TRADITION
    • TOAST TO THE ITALIAN KING AND QUEEN
    • ADDRESS AT A DEDICATION OF FLAGS
    • ON ADMINISTERING THE OATH TO THE RECRUITS
    • THE CHINESE SITUATION AND THE MAILED FIST
    • ADDRESS TO THE REGIMENTS OF THE BODY-GUARD
    • ON THE DEATH OF PRINCE BISMARCK
    • “OUR FUTURE LIES UPON THE WATER”
    • THE JOURNEY TO THE HOLY LAND
    • DEDICATION OF THE CHURCH OF OUR REDEEMER
    • THE HAGUE CONFERENCE
    • THE HOUSING OF LABORERS
    • FRENCH HEROISM AT ST. PRIVAT
  • V THE GREATER NAVY
    • “BITTERLY WE NEED A POWERFUL GERMAN FLEET”
    • ON THE THRESHOLD OF THE NEW CENTURY
    • NEW BOUNDARY POSTS
    • SEAPORTS AND CANNON
    • THE OCEAN KNOCKS AT OUR DOOR
    • OPEN THE WAY FOR CULTURE
    • CIVIS ROMANUS SUM
    • CABINET ORDER TO THE PRUSSIAN ARMY
    • DEDICATION OF THE BARRACKS OF THE ALEXANDER REGIMENT
    • TO THE STUDENTS AT BONN
    • A PLACE IN THE SUN
    • THE GREAT ELECTOR
    • ENTRANCE OF PRINCE EITEL FRIEDRICH INTO THE ARMY
    • TRUE ART
    • MONUMENT TO GENERAL VON ROSENBERG
    • THE OLD ORDER CHANGETH
    • ALFRED KRUPP AND THE SOCIALISTS
    • THE WORKING MAN ONCE MORE
    • SCHOLARSHIP AND RELIGION
    • FREDERICK THE GREAT AND HIS ARMY
    • THE FUTURE OF GERMANY
    • THE REASONS FOR JAPAN’S VICTORY
    • THE SALT OF THE EARTH
  • VI ON THE EVE OF MOROCCO
    • THE MOROCCO QUESTION
    • THE GREAT ALLY
    • OPTIMISM AND LITERATURE
    • TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF LABOR LEGISLATION
  • VII THE CRISIS OF 1907
    • IMPERIALISM VERSUS SOCIAL DEMOCRACY
    • THE NECESSITY OF FAITH
    • ENGLISH JOURNALISTS
    • ALSACE-LORRAINE
    • THE “DAILY TELEGRAPH” INTERVIEW
    • THE EMPEROR AND COUNT ZEPPELIN
    • REGATTA AT HAMBURG
    • REVIEW OF THE FOURTEENTH ARMY CORPS
    • EMPEROR BY DIVINE RIGHT
    • THE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE UNIVERSITY OF BERLIN
    • THE EMPEROR IN BRUSSELS
    • ALCOHOL AND THE SCHOOLS
    • INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION
    • IMPERIAL GLORIES
  • VIII LAST MONTHS OF PEACE
    • OPENING OF THE REICHSTAG
    • BRANDENBURG ONCE AGAIN
    • HAULING DOWN THE FLAG
    • ACCIDENT TO A ZEPPELIN
    • WE GERMANS FEAR GOD, NOTHING ELSE
  • IX AT THE OUTBREAK OF THE WAR
    • FORCING THE SWORD INTO HIS HAND
    • AN END OF PARTIES
    • OPENING OF THE REICHSTAG
    • TO THE ARMY AND NAVY
    • PROCLAMATION TO THE GERMAN PEOPLE
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