Otto von Bismarck

NOUN
  1. German statesman under whose leadership Germany was united (1815-1898)
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How To Use Otto von Bismarck In A Sentence

  • The term realpolitik was coined by Prussian Prince Otto von Bismarck, who defined politics as "the art of the possible. Faces Of The Week: May 8-12, 2006
  • Prince Otto von Bismarck, chancellor of the German Empire, was presiding.
  • Prince Otto von Bismarck of Prussia and Count Camillo Cavour of Sardinia saw that the rules of Machtpolitik yielded their states an immediately greater power and wealth than any nation following the guidelines of a St. Louis IX or a Pius IX might expect. An Introductory Anti-Capitalist Manifesto
  • The same idea was expressed, albeit less nobly, in Otto von Bismarck's alleged quip that "God has a special providence for fools, drunks, and the United States.
  • When Germany's Chancellor Otto von Bismarck conceived a system of social security for the industrial workers in the late 19th century he had a very clear objective in mind.
  • The first universal health insurance system was forged and passed in 1883 by an archconservative, Germany's Otto von Bismarck.
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