Emperor Wilhelm II came to share the views of the German General Staff and declared on 4 July that he was entirely for "settling accounts with Serbia".  He ordered the German ambassador in Vienna, Count Heinrich von Tschirschky, to stop advising restraint, writing that "Tschirschky will be so good to drop this nonsense.
Keizer Wilhelm II wordt geportretteerd als een wat wereldvreemde man, die in Doorn zijn eigen hof creëert, tegenover de kroonprins, die meer een man van de wereld is. Na de Eerste Wereldoorlog probeert vooral kroonprins Wilhelm zichzelf opnieuw uit te vinden en zich als een modern leider te presenteren.
Known as “99-Tage Kaiser” (99-Days Emperor) he was German Emperor and King of Prussia from 9 March-15 June 1888, before succumbing to throat cancer. 109 14 r/monarchism Join • 1 mo. ago A village built by King Charles. Poundbury, UK r/ArchitecturalRevival • 1 mo. ago • u/epic-yolo-swag Poundbury, Uk. All of this didn’t exist before 1993!
On January 17, 1967, American astronauts Gus Grissom, Edward White and Roger Chaffee died when the “Apollo 1” capsule caught fire during training. know what happened a day like today in the world.
There are 12 units on a clock. But twelve was also the number of years that Keetje van Zanten lived. She was born in Rotterdam, 16 May 1930. Twelve years after she was born, on May 16,1942, Sobibór extermination camp became operational. Keetje’s Mother was Esther van Zanten-Bekkers Auschwitz. Keetje’s Father,Marcus van Zanten.
Frogmouth Bird: They Are Named For Their Large Flattened Hooked Bill And Huge Frog-Like Gape, Which They Use To Capture Insects Fact Animal, authored by Dan Sharp, a UK-based animal expert, enthusiast and researcher, has made a list of 101 of the greatest animal facts, so I think these will pair very nicely with all of the strange and wondrous pictures you’re already enjoying.
Location - Located across from the Berlin Zoo, and ~100 yards down from the Kaiser-Wilhelm Church. There is a metro station right out front, and a train station directly across the street. Rooms - This room was fantastic, and far too big for the 2 of us.
Wilhelm I., mit vollem Namen Wilhelm Friedrich Ludwig von Preußen (* 22. März 1797 in Berlin; † 9. März 1888 ebenda), aus dem Haus Hohenzollern war von 1861 bis zu seinem Tod König von Preußen und seit der Reichsgründung 1871 erster Deutscher Kaiser.
Peter was enthusiastic, strong-willed, impulsive, and, at times, brash. pe· ter ˈpē-tər petered; petering; peters intransitive verb 1 : to diminish gradually and come to an end : give outusually used with out novelists whose creative impetus seems largely to have petered out The Times Literary Supplement (London) 2 : to become exhausted ...