Kaiser Wilhelm

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Noun1.Kaiser Wilhelm - grandson of Queen Victoria and Kaiser of Germany from 1888 to 1918Kaiser Wilhelm - 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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1859: Kaiser Wilhelm II, third German emperor and first grandson of Queen Victoria, was born.
1859: Kaiser Wilhelm II, third German emperor and grandson of Queen Victoria, was born.
To illustrate how the emperorAEs actions affected peasants who fought in World War I, the author compares the stories of Emperor Franz Josef of Austria-Hungary and Samuel MolzolA k (the authorAEs wifeAEs grandfather), a Slovak peasant in the country, from the perspective of the Eastern Theater of operations, as well as telling the story of the Habsburg Empire and German Kaiser Wilhelm II and Russian Tsar Nicholas II.
On December 19 last year, Max Mueller and his wife were selling pretzels, mulled wine and baguettes at their booth in the Christmas market near Berlin's Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church.
Summary: Movie based on the life of Germany's Kaiser Wilhelm II, who abdicated in 1918 and lived on in exile in the Netherlands for more than 20 years
This comes as part of Tayeb's visit to Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church site in Berlin, Germany where he placed flowers in the car accident site of Shaden M.
A riveting World War II thriller filled with espionage and romance in equal measure, The Exception follows German soldier Stefan Brandt (Jai Courtney) as he goes on a mission to investigate exiled German Monarch Kaiser Wilhelm II (Christopher Plummer).
The Nazi-era Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Human Heredity and Eugenics was also known to have a collection of bones from German colonies, among others.
In another snap he poses with Germany's Kaiser Wilhelm II before the war.
The UK stood up for freedom against the tyrannical rule of Napoleon Bonaparte's France and again with the defeat of the dictatorships of the WW1 Kaiser Wilhelm II and WW2 Adolf Hitler.
The tree formed part of what became an impressive avenue of trees in the gardens at Kingston Lacy, planted by King Edward VII, Prince Charles and Kaiser Wilhelm II, before the Wellington tree was felled in 2013.
After Kaiser Wilhelm II ordered his soldiers to "exterminate the treacherous English, and walk over General French's contemptible little army"the nickname stuck to those members of the British Expeditionary Force.