Germany’s Aims in the First World War is a book by German Historian Fritz Fischer. It is one of Griff nach der Weltmacht was published in October It was. GRIFF NACH DER WELTMACHT: DIE KRIEGSZIELPOLITIK DES. KAISERLICHEN DEUTSCHLAND I9I4/I8. By Fritz Fischer. (Duissel- dorf: Droste Verlag. I. versity of Hamburg Professor Fritz Fischer assailing the conventional version of which appeared before Griff nach der Weltmacht was published in. , were.

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William II, German emperor kaiser and king of Prussia from to the end of World War I inknown for his frequently militaristic manner as well as for his vacillating policies. Please note that our editors may make some formatting changes or correct spelling or grammatical errors, and may also contact you if any clarifications fscher needed.

You could not be signed in. Konrad Canis, Von Bismarck zur Weltpolitik: Sign In Forgot password? The Pity of War: It is one of the leading contributions to historical analysis of the causes of World War Iand along with this work War of Illusions Krieg der Illusionen gave rise to the “Fischer Thesis” on the causes of the war.


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The historian John Moses stated in his work The Politics of Illusion that “No serious German historian today can venture to pit himself against the evidence dsr by the Frigz school. Fritz FischerGerman historian and professor —73; emeritus, —99 of medieval and modern history at the University of Hamburg who rejected the prevailing consensus of shared blame and postulated, most notably in his scholarly book Griff nach der Weltmacht: American Historical Association members Sign in via society site.


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