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Bismarck a man of great power and a man of great problems For most common knowledge Bismarck is known as the man of blood and iron He had an intellectual dominion over all the politians of his time and his dominance was acknowledged by everyone Bismarck was offended called by many people and historians as a statesman who suppresses everything that he can imagine ix Bismarck was born in 1815 became Prussian Prime Minister in 1862 the same time Lincoln was president in the United States and ruled over Prussia and the German Empire for twenty- eight years and died in 1898 Now that this was summed up lets start at the beginning and that would be were the origin begins A person becomes who they are by their past their up bringing and their parentsrole models Bismarcks background involves a father who was a Prussian Junker a junker was a nobleman and as a ruler a great landowner His father status as a nobleman was expressed by the preposition von before his name 11 They that are part of the noble group are of a less important type both in material wealth and in political influence Many of them belonged to the small nobility and depended on their salary as officers or civil servants Thus the young Bismarck grew up at his fathers country estate among people who were accustomed to accept the rule even the dictatorship of the nobleman and who regarded every member of his family as a born master Bismarck grew a very well accustomed to page 2 this life style he in 1884 said to a Liberal member of parliament with whom he was on friendly terms I am a Junker and want to profit from it 13 However he was only of nobility from his fathers side his mother was not of noble background at all she was of middle-class stock Although he inherited from his mother
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