The memoirs from Germany’s final emperor reveal a man as confusing as he is controversial.
Kaiser Wilhelm II reigned over Germany from 1888-1918 until his abdication at the end of World War 1. Born into royalty, he was Queen Victoria’s eldest grandchild and cousin to England’s King George V. Surrounded by some of the world’s most famous and most influential individuals. His story is a fascinating one that ultimately impacted millions of people and continues to influence the shape of the world today.
In his own words, he tells, from his perspective, what happened and how his life’s events lead to The Great War. Did he feel guilt, did he care at all? Originally released in 1922, The Kaiser’s Memoirs are a peek inside the life and mind of one of history’s most, perhaps, misunderstood individuals. This thrilling and engaging book is a must-read for all history buffs interested in royalty, late 18th, and early 19th-century German history, European history, and World War One.
This Illustrated Enlarged special edition printing features oversized pages, additional images of the Kaiser, German WW1 postcards, the original classic type font, and a spectacular retro-styled cover design fit for display.
6.My Co-Workers in the Administration
7.Science and Art
8.My Relations with the Church
9.Army and Navy
10.The Outbreak of War
11.The Pope and Peace
12.End of the War and My Abdication
13.The Enemy Tribunal and the Neutral Tribunal
14.The Question of Guilt
15.The Revolution and Germany’s Future