In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- At various times, Roosevelt had the Russian czar, the German kaiser, and the hypersensitive Japanese eating out of his hand, however reluctantly.
- The idea of absolute state sovereignty is relatively new, and it derives from agreements among kings, emperors, kaisers, and czars for their mutual benefit.
- The crowned heads of Europe - kings, emperors, tsars, and kaisers - still entertained each other at regattas, manœuvres, weddings, and funerals.
- Roosevelt the Germanist admired the kaiser's finer Teutonic qualities, as indeed he did those of Bismarck and Helmuth von Moltke.
- In 1871 the Prussian king, Wilhelm I, was proclaimed kaiser of the new German empire.
- In Brazil, where Germany made one of its strongest thrusts into Latin America, German immigrants professed greater loyalty to the Brazilian state than to the kaiser.
- He opposes parliamentary government, control of taxation by the House of Deputies, and responsibility of ministers to the parliaments, rather than the king and kaiser.
- He was given just two weeks to wind up his affairs in Washington, and on 5 January 1903 the kaiser canceled his credentials.
- Virtually all present were on the kaiser's team, while two first lieutenants played on the side of the armies of France, Britain, Belgium, and Holland.
- Yet, at the end, he did facilitate acceptance of the kaiser's abdication, the establishment of the Weimar Republic, and the armistice, and he remained a hero.
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