Kaiser Wilhelm

NOUN
  1. grandson of Queen Victoria and Kaiser of Germany from 1888 to 1918; he was vilified as causing World War I (1859-1941)
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  • Origin: Kurf Urstendamm Street was also the locus of KAISER WILHELM Memorial afterward.
  • The 5th Army was based in Koblenz, in the Rhineland, and was commanded by Major General Kronprinz Wilhelm von Preussen, the oldest son of Kaiser Wilhelm II and the Crown Prince of the German Empire. Pursuit of an 'Unparalleled Opportunity': The American YMCA and Prisoner of War Diplomacy among the Central Power Nations during World War I
  • Before the strike in the Hallelujah the group calling themselves Rock City had been working Kaiser Wilhelm node behind Ceres in orbit; at the good news they moved, speeding up a trifle and passing in-orbit of Ceres, a ragtag caravan nudged through the sky by scooters, chemical rocket engines, jato units, and faith. The Rolling Stones
  • Hindenburg also used his huge influence to persuade Kaiser Wilhelm to abdicate and to go to Holland.
  • As regards Kaiser Wilhelm Land, the Gaussberg is a volcanic cone mainly composed of leucite-basalt, but its slopes are strewn with erratics presumably transported from the south and these include gneiss, mica-schist and quartzite, apparently Archaean. Perspective of Antarctica in 1911
  • In 1928 she found a position at the German Research Institute for Psychiatry (Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Psychiatrie in the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute) in Munich, where the American neurochemist Irvine H. Page (1901 – 1991), a guest scholar at the institute, created a new research group to study the influence of chemical substances on the brain. Lydia Pasternak.
  • Here is the story of Kaiser Wilhelm's holiday in a small Welsh spa town shortly before the outbreak of the Great War, and of the Welsh waxwork museum largely peopled by countless effigies of Prince Philip discarded by Madame Tussaud's.
  • By the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church with its shorn spire, there was even a small traffic jam. THE INNOCENT
  • As regards Kaiser Wilhelm Land, the Gaussberg is a volcanic cone mainly composed of leucite-basalt, but its slopes are strewn with erratics presumably transported from the south and these include gneiss, mica-schist and quartzite, apparently Archaean. Perspective of Antarctica in 1911
  • Speaking as someone whose grandmothers were both born the subjects of actual ruling monarchs (Kaiser Wilhelm II and Emperor Franz Joseph) of functioning industrialized powers, the notion that European kingship was dependent on state religion or that either were the primary impediment to modernism is dubious in the extreme, and the bit about the priesthood is in Dan Brown territory. Matthew Yglesias » George Orwell Was a Socialist
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