Bismarck after Fifty Years

Classic Pamphlet

Erich Eyck, last updated: 2nd June 2016

Bismark Reassessed

This notable essay by Dr. Erich Eyck, the most distinguished Bismarckian scholar of the mid-twentieth century was written on the invitation of the HA to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Bismark's death. Dr. Eyck, a German Liberal of the school of Ludwig Bamberger, found his way to England in the early years of the Nazi goverment, and his massive three-volume Life of Bismark, published in Switzerland between 1941 and 1944, was written mainly in England. It remained the standard biography of Bismark for many years - this is a short reassessment of Bismarck's career and summary of Dr. Eyck's conclusions.

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