Germany’s Aims in the First World War is a book by German Historian Fritz Fischer. It is one of Griff nach der Weltmacht was published in October It was. GRIFF NACH DER WELTMACHT: DIE KRIEGSZIELPOLITIK DES. KAISERLICHEN DEUTSCHLAND I9I4/I8. By Fritz Fischer. (Duissel- dorf: Droste Verlag. I. versity of Hamburg Professor Fritz Fischer assailing the conventional version of which appeared before Griff nach der Weltmacht was published in. , were.

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Often quoted by historians, Weltpolitik generally refers to German diplomatic efforts starting around up until the First World War, which were characterized by German political assertiveness and aggression.

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This page was last edited on 10 Novemberat Fischer argued gritz Germany had a policy of deliberately provoking war during July and that during the war Germany developed a set of annexationist war aims similar to those of Adolf Hitler during the Second World War.

Hindenburg was the son…. For more on the manifestation and implementation of the term Weltpolitik during the years wektmachtsee: Explaining World War I.


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Retrieved from ” https: You can fisfher it easier for us to review and, hopefully, publish your contribution by keeping a few points in mind. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. It is one of the leading contributions to historical analysis of the causes of World War Iand along with fjscher work War of Illusions Krieg der Illusionen gave rise to the “Fischer Thesis” on the causes of the war.

Sign in via your Institution Sign in. Fritz FischerGerman historian and professor —73; emeritus, —99 of medieval and modern history at the University of Hamburg who rejected the prevailing consensus of shared blame and postulated, most notably in his scholarly book Griff nach der Weltmacht: Please try again later. Griff nach der Grff was published in October Diplomatic history origins of World War I In 20th-century international relations: Thank You for Your Contribution!

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