Deutsches Kaiserreich articles on Wikipedia
German Empire
see German-EmpireGerman Empire (disambiguation). The German-EmpireGerman Empire (German: Deutsches Kaiserreich, officially Deutsches Reich) was the historical German nation state
Apr 24th 2017

German Museum of Books and Writing
German-MuseumGerman Museum of Books and Writing (German: Deutsche Buch- und Schriftmuseum (DBSM)) in Leipzig, Germany, founded in 1884 as Deutsches Buchgewerbe-Museum
Nov 15th 2016

List of German monarchs in 1918
The term German Empire (Deutsches Kaiserreich) commonly refers to Germany, from its foundation as a unified nation-state on January 18, 1871, until the
Apr 9th 2017

German Reich
Reich) Second Reich (German: Zweites Reich): German Empire (German: Deutsches Kaiserreich) 1871–1918 Third Reich (German: Drittes Reich): German Reich (German:
Feb 25th 2017

Deutsche Schule Málaga
Deutsche Schule in der Provinz Malaga or Deutsche Schule Malaga (DS Malaga; Spanish: Colegio Aleman Juan Hoffmann) is a German international school in
Apr 15th 2016

"ℛℳ" redirects here. It is not to be confused with RM. The Reichsmark (German: [ˈʁaɪcsˌmaʁk] ( listen); sign: ℛℳ) was the currency in Germany from 1924
Apr 17th 2017

Deutsche Gesellschaft zur Bekämpfung des Kurpfuschertums
The Deutsche Gesellschaft zur Bekampfung des Kurpfuschertums (DGBK; English: German Society for Fighting Quackery) was a skeptical association founded
Dec 6th 2016

Reich (disambiguation)
official name from 1871 to 1945: the German Empire (1871–1918), "Deutsches Kaiserreich", also called the "Second Reich"; the Weimar Republic (1919-1933)
Nov 2nd 2016

Siegfried von Roedern
Siegfried Friedrich Wilhelm Erdmann Graf von Roedern (born 27 July 1870 in Marburg, died 14 April 1954 in Bergen, Upper Bavaria) was a German politician
Apr 28th 2016

during the Napoleonic Wars; the German Empire (Deutsches Reich or Deutsches Kaiserreich), which lasted from the unification of Germany in 1871 until its
Apr 20th 2017

Norddeutsche Bank
The Norddeutsche Bank was a German bank that existed from 1856 to 1929. It was established by Berenberg Bank, H.J. Merck & Co. and the bank house of Salomon
Jun 15th 2015

German Colonial Society
German-Colonial-Society">The German Colonial Society (German: Deutsche Kolonialgesellschaft) (DKG) was a German organisation formed on 19 December 1887 to promote German colonialism
Aug 22nd 2016

Robert Fischer (unionist)
the trade-unionism, who abolished the German Imperial Monarchy (Deutsches Kaiserreich) and established the first parliamentarian German Republic, known
Apr 2nd 2017

Ewald Frie
Friedrich II. Rowohlt, Reinbek 2012, ISBN 978-3-499-50720-5. Das Deutsche Kaiserreich. Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, Darmstadt 2004, ISBN 3-534-14725-1
Apr 30th 2017

Werner Rahn
Werner Rahn (born June 9, 1939 in Ilsenburg) is a naval historian and former German naval officer. Werner Rahn entered the Naval Academy Mürwik and served
Feb 8th 2017

Reichstag (German Empire)
This article is about a past parliament of Germany. For for the structure the body meets in, see Reichstag building. For anything else, see Reichstag (disambiguation)
Apr 20th 2017

Regierungsbezirke Arnsberg, Detmold ohne den Kreis Lippe und Münster) Deutsches Kaiserreich: LWL Provinz Westfalen LWL: Die westfalischen Territorien 1789 LWL:
Apr 13th 2017

Hans von Rosenberg
Frederic-Hans von Rosenberg (26 December 1874 – 30 July 1937) was a German diplomat and politician. He served as ReichsauSsenminister (Foreign Minister
Jan 1st 2017

Julius von Ficker
Central Europe and of Germany. In support of his theory, he wrote Das deutsche Kaiserreich in seinen universalen und nationalen Beziehungen (Innsbruck, 1871)
May 30th 2016

Ernst Wachler
Heinrich Ernst Wachler (* 18. February 1871 in Breslau; † September 1945 in Theresienstadt) was a volkisch-neopagan and anti-semitic writer, dramatist
Apr 20th 2016

Hugo Preuß
Hugo PreuSs (Preuss) (28 October 1860 – 9 October 1925) was a German lawyer and liberal politician. He was the author of the draft version of the constitution
Feb 8th 2017

Abdication of Wilhelm II
Kaiser Wilhelm II abdicated as German Emperor and King of Prussia on 28 November 1918 from exile in Amerongen. He had ruled Germany and Prussia from 15
Apr 20th 2017

German Student Corps
Corps (or Korps; "das ~" (n), German pronun­cia­tion: [ˈkoːɐ] (sg.), [ˈkoːɐs] (pl.)) are the oldest still-existing kind of Studentenverbindung, Germany's
Nov 21st 2016

Peter Tauber
Peter Michael Tauber (born 22 August 1974 in Frankfurt) is a German politician. He is a member of the CDU party. Since 2009 he is a MP of the German Bundestag
Dec 25th 2016

Konrad Koch
For the theologian, see Konrad Wimpina. Wilhelm Carl Johann Conrad Koch, commonly known as Konrad Koch (13 February 1846 – 13 April 1911) was a German
May 14th 2016

Carl Geibel (1842–1910)
Carl Geibel (ne Carl Stephan Franz; 19 May 1842 - 5 June 1910) was a Hungarian-born German book dealer and publisher. He built up Duncker & Humblot, the
Feb 7th 2017

Heinrich Trinowitz
the trade-unionism, who abolished the German Imperial Monarchy (Deutsches Kaiserreich) and established the first parliamentarian German Republic, known
Feb 17th 2017

Gustav Hertzberg
Gustav Friedrich Hertzberg (19 January 1826, Halle – 16 November 1907, Halle), was a German historian and publicist. Gustav Friedrich Hertzberg was the
May 12th 2016

Cornelia Lüdecke
Cornelia Lüdecke (born 25 November 1954) is a German polar researcher and author. A leading figure in the history of German polar research and the history
Feb 1st 2017

Elise von Hopffgarten
Elise Hermine von Hopffgarten, nee Hennoch (January 29, 1869 in Altenburg-after 1937) was a German author and founder of the Deutschen Pfadfinderbundes
Feb 7th 2017

Julius von Pflugk-Harttung
Julius von Pflugk-Harttung (8 November 1848 – 5 November 1919) was a German historian, best known as an authority on Papal and medieval history. He was
Oct 26th 2016

German Unity Day
The Day of German-UnityGerman Unity (German: Tag der Deutschen Einheit) is the national day of Germany, celebrated on 3 October as a public holiday. It commemorates
Apr 24th 2017

Bezirk Lothringen
Lothringen Bezirk Lothringen (French: Presidence de la Lorraine; i.e. Department of Lorraine), also called German Lorraine (deutsches Lothringen), was the name for
Aug 16th 2016

Simone Lässig
Simone Lassig (born 1964) is the director of the German Historical Institute Washington DC and a cultural and social historian of the nineteenth and twentieth
Nov 13th 2016

Verein für Socialpolitik
The Verein für Socialpolitik (Social Policy Association) is an important society of economists in the German-speaking area. The Verein was founded in
Feb 9th 2017

Friedrich Daniel von Recklinghausen
Friedrich Daniel von Recklinghausen (GermanGerman: [ˈʁɛklɪŋhaʊzən]; 2 December 1833 – 26 August 1910) was a GermanGerman pathologist born in Gütersloh, Westphalia
Apr 5th 2016

Bielefeld School
Spiritual Situation of the Age, (1984), 221-59. Wehler, Hans-Ulrich. Das deutsche Kaiserreich 1871-1918 (10th ed., 2000; English ed., The German Empire, 1871-1918
Apr 28th 2017

MTV Braunschweig
Braunschweiger-MTVBraunschweiger MTV von 1847, commonly known as Braunschweig MTV Braunschweig, is a German sports club based in Braunschweig, Lower Saxony. Braunschweig MTV Braunschweig was founded
Apr 28th 2017

Adolf Georg von Maltzan
Adolf Georg Otto "Ago" von Maltzan, Freiherr zu Wartenberg und Penzlin (31 July 1877 – 23 September 1927) was a German diplomat. Maltzan was born in 1877
Feb 28th 2017

Friedrich Flick
Friedrich Flick (born 10 July 1883 in Ernsdorf, Siegerland; died 20 July 1972 in Constance) was a German industrialist and convicted Nazi war criminal
Apr 29th 2017

Oswald Redlich
Oswald Redlich (17 September 1858, in Innsbruck – 20 January 1944, in Vienna) was an Austrian historian and archivist, known for contributions made in
Dec 26th 2016

Centre Party (Germany)
German-Centre-Party">The German Centre Party (German: Zentrumspartei">Deutsche Zentrumspartei or just Zentrum) is a lay Catholic political party in Germany, primarily influential during the
Feb 18th 2017

Fritz Fischer
Herwig (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1997). Hans-Ulrich Wehler, Das Deutsche Kaiserreich (Gőttingen: Verlages Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht 1973), translated as
Mar 12th 2017

Guido Kaschnitz von Weinberg
Guido Kaschnitz von Weinberg (28 June 1890, Vienna – 1 September 1958, Frankfurt am Main) was an Austrian-German archaeologist and art historian. He was
Apr 13th 2016

Johann Eduard Wappäus
Johann Eduard Wappaus (17 May 1812, Hamburg – 16 December 1879, Gottingen) was a German geographer. He was a son-in-law to mineralogist Johann Friedrich
Jun 15th 2016

Hans-Ulrich Wehler
those of democracy so weak. In a 1975 book review of Wehler's Das Deutsche Kaiserreich, Nipperdey concluded that a proper history of the Imperial period
Dec 11th 2016

Frederick of Hohenau
Count Albrecht Friedrich Wilhelm Bernhard of Hohenau (born May 21, 1857 in the Albrechtsberg Castle in Dresden; died 15 April 1914 in Ochelhermsdorf) was
Nov 14th 2016

Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry
Max-Planck-Institute">The Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry (German: Max-Planck-Institut für Psychiatrie) is a scientific institute based in the city of Munich in Germany specializing
Nov 17th 2016

Eckhard Jesse
Professor Eckhard Jesse (born 16 July 1948 in Wurzen, Saxony) is a German political scientist. He holds the professorship for "political systems, political
Aug 4th 2016

Heinrich Halfeld
Heinrich Wilhelm Ferdinand Halfeld, also known in Portuguese as Henrique Guilherme Fernando Halfeld, (23 February 1797 – 22 November 1873) was a German
Mar 15th 2017

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