Bismarck and the "Capitulation" of German Liberalism

  title={Bismarck and the "Capitulation" of German Liberalism},
  author={Gordon R. Mork},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  pages={59 - 75}
  • Gordon R. Mork
  • Published 1 March 1971
  • History
  • The Journal of Modern History
The German National Liberal party was formed in 1866 and 1867 to support Bismarck's policy of German unification. For four years the liberals had been locked in a bitter constitutional conflict with the Prussian government. But suddenly they saw their most strongly desired goal, kleindeutsch unification, being realized under Bismarck's leadership. "I am no devotee of Mars . . . ," wrote one liberal after the Prussian victory over Austria, "but the trophies of war exercise a magic charm upon the… 
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