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[TPR-0034] Speech from the Throne at the Opening of the Reichstag by Kaiser Wilhelm II

Kaiser Wilhem II adresses his people in this 1888 speech, delivered at the opening of the Reichstag. Besides the usual political fluff one would expect from a ruler, it is a bit ominous, because all that he wishes for Germany as a country and in relation to the rest of the world, is the exact opposite of what happened after World War I, and especially once the Nazis rose to power.

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AUDIOBOOK INFO

Speech from the Throne at the Opening of the Reichstag
by Kaiser Wilhelm II
translated by Louis Elkind, M.D.

published in The German Emperor's Speeches
by London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1904

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