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Though he had been advised by Bismarck that it was indiscreet to keep a diary, Holstein began to do so in the 1880s. The series dies out in 1886, but while it lasts it gives an incomparable fresh and direct description of life in the German foreign ministry.
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Friedrich von Holstein (1837–1909) was Bismarck's subordinate at the German Foreign Office. Since his death historians have combined to make him a monster of sinister and self-seeking policy. A selection of his Nachlass, which was first published in volume form between 1955 and 1963, is presented here. The original effect of this publication prompted an entire re-judgement of Bismarck, of German foreign policy at that time and since, and of Holstein himself. Though he had been advised by Bismarck that it was indiscreet to keep a diary, Holstein began to do so in the 1880s, and passed the pages to a cousin as they were completed up to 1886, when they died out. This diary (Volume 2) gives an incomparable fresh and direct description of life in the German foreign ministry at the time as well as Holstein's own mordant comments on the general trend of international politics.
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Descripción Cambridge University Press, 1957. Condición: Fair. Former Library book. Shows definite wear, and perhaps considerable marking on inside. Nº de ref. del artículo: GRP79148480
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