Was Kaiser Wilhelm 2 a good ruler?
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He was a fiasco. His inadequacy pulverized his realm. Conciliatory disappointment Bismarck left 2 bits of advice to his successors: - There are 5 noteworthy states in Europe. Continuously ensure that you have a place with the side that comprises of 3 states. - Dependably be on the indistinguishable side from Russia At WWI, Germany began at the very least conceivable circumstance. Battling together with Austria against GB, France, and Russia. Similarly, as though Bismarck had shown them nothing. The naval force disappointment Germany fabricated the naval force. Its boats were the best on the planet however its number of boats was too little to make it conceivable to challenge the Regal Naval force. - If Germany had not fabricated the naval force there would have been no WWI. GB would not have felt undermined by Germany. France would have stayed away from the war without the help of GB. Russia would have kept away from the war without the help of France. (This is the 3+2 amusement that Bismarck was alluding to) - If Germany had not had the naval force, they would have won WWI. The naval force cost a fortune to assemble. On the off chance that those assets had been spent in the armed force there would have been a legitimate barrier in the east to hold off the Russians while France would have been crushed. At that point for what reason did they construct the naval force? To help the self-assurance of Wilhelm II
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