Frases de Guillermo II de Alemania

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Guillermo II de Alemania

Fecha de nacimiento: 27. Enero 1859
Fecha de muerte: 4. Junio 1941
Otros nombres:Kaiser Guglielmo II di Germania

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Guillermo II de Alemania fue el último emperador o káiser del Imperio alemán y el último rey de Prusia. Fue el hijo primogénito de Federico III y de la princesa del Reino Unido Victoria y gobernó de 1888 a 1918.

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Frases Guillermo II de Alemania

„Either Germanic ideals or Anglo-Saxon ones must prevail. Justice, freedom, honor, and virtue will triumph, or the worship of money. There can be only one victor in this struggle. German ideals are at stake!“

— Wilhelm II, German Emperor
Speech in the aftermath of the Spring Offensive (18 July 1918), quoted in Fritz Fischer, World Power or Decline (New York: W. W. Norton & Co, 1974), p. 92

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„I see that we must strike a balance. We have nearly reached the limit of our powers of resistance. The war must be ended.“

— Wilhelm II, German Emperor
Remarks made at the meeting of the German warlords at Advanced General Headquarters at Avesnes (11 August 1918), quoted in John Terraine, To Win A War: 1918 The Year of Victory (London: Cassell, 2003), p. 121

„[The German Legion] which, in conjunction with Blucher and the Prussians at Waterloo, saved the British Army from destruction.“

— Wilhelm II, German Emperor
Speech celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Hanoverian regiments (19 December 1903), quoted in The Times (21 December 1903), p. 9

„I regard every Social Democrat as an enemy of the Empire and Fatherland.“

— Wilhelm II, German Emperor
Speech (14 May 1889), quoted in Michael Balfour, The Kaiser and His Times (London: Penguin, 1975), p. 159

„The war has ended - quite differently, indeed, from how we expected. Our politicians have failed us miserably.“

— Wilhelm II, German Emperor
Reaction to Hindenburg and Ludendorff's advice that an armistice must be requested (29 September 1918), quoted in Fritz Fischer, Germany's Aims in the First World War (New York: W. W. Norton & Co, 1967), p. 634

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„[I myself will] never acknowledge an Englishman again for the rest of [my] life, nor wear an English Order on [my] chest. The fellows must be brought to their knees.“

— Wilhelm II, German Emperor
Georg Alexander von Müller's diary entry (16 September 1914), quoted in Georg Alexander von Müller, The Kaiser and His Court (London: Macdonald, 1961), p. 33

„There is only one person who is master in this Empire and I am not going to tolerate any other.“

— Wilhelm II, German Emperor
Speech at Düsseldorf (4 May 1891), quoted in Michael Balfour, The Kaiser and His Times (London: Penguin, 1975), p. 157

„Imagine a monarch, holding personal command of his army, disbanding his regiments, sacred with a hundred years of history—and handing his towns over to Anarchists and Democracy.“

— Wilhelm II, German Emperor
Reaction to the Tsar's invitation (August 1898) to the Hague Conference of 1899, quoted in Robert K. Massie, Dreadnought: Britain, Germany and the Coming of the Great War (London: Pimlico, 2004), pp. 429-430

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