Kaiser Bill


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Noun1.Kaiser Bill - grandson of Queen Victoria and Kaiser of Germany from 1888 to 1918Kaiser Bill - 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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Professor Sandford, "sitting in cosy" Lisvane, has come up with an idea which would have been met with enthusiastic approval by Kaiser Bill and later by the entire Nazi High Command.
If the absurdity of Brexit that Brexiteers will have accomplished in three years what Napoleon Bonaparte, Kaiser Bill and Adolph Hitler could not achieve in 30 years, namely, the destruction of Great Britain.
If the absurdity of Brexit happens, Brexiteers will have accomplished in three years what Napoleon Bonaparte, Kaiser Bill and Adolph Hitler could not achieve, namely, the destruction of Great Britain.
In December 1914 the Grand Christmas Number of Picture Fun, "The Brightest Paper On Earth", also gave Kaiser Bill his comeuppance.
But when we get to Britain old Kaiser Bill will say, Ach, ach, mein Gott, what a bloody fine lot, Are the Durham Light Infantry
WHAT was a trench rabbit, a suicide ditch, a donkey whalloper and just why did Kaiser Bill ban the production of sausages?
Stop chucking stones or it will be the worse for you ALF PRICE HIS WORDS TO THE FUTURE KAISER BILL
Dreadnoughts were no more than the vanity projects of attention-seeking peacock royals such as Kaiser Bill, but which contributed only to the destruction of the innocent nations who were unfortunately led by him and his ilk.
Holland is pulling the plug on House Doorn, the refuge for Wilhelm II – known to the Allies who fought the Great War as Kaiser Bill – as part of the general austerity cuts sweeping Europe.
At her present time and with the help of other European Union countries Germany is again domineering European countries such as Greece, but in a more devious way than Hitler or Kaiser Bill but financially with Frau Merkel adding the feminine touch to the proceedings.
Over the years it has been a particularly favourite haunt of Europe's rich and famous - from Kaiser Bill to Norway's most celebrated son, Edvard Greig.
Over the years it has been a particularly favourite haunt of Europe's rich and famous, from Kaiser Bill to Norway's most celebrated son, Edvard Greig.