About this item
The diaries of Admiral von Muller (Chief of the Imperial Naval Cabinet) from 1914-1918. These diaries throw much light on the character of Kaiser Wilhelm II, and present a fascinating picture of the last phase of the Hohenzollern Empire. They are equally revealing in their impressions of other outstanding personalities of the time - of Hindenburg, Ludendorff and Tirpitz, the aged Franz Josef of Austria-Hungary, Ferdinand of Bulgaria, the tragic Czar Nicholas of Russia, the Prussian princes and of course, the political leaders - Bethmann-Hollweg, Lloyd George, Clemenceau and many others.
This book is in good condition but the dust jacket is tatty around the edges with some tears.
- Added value:
- UK first edition
- Walter Gorlitz (Editor)
- Used: good
- Number of pages:
- The Kaiser and His Court
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