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Create New Titles called "Chancellor" Kanzler go way back. The North German Confederation which was the prototype of the empire ; it even had the same flag had a Federal Chancellor Bundeskanzler between andwho was, of course, Otto von Bismarck.
The parliament Reichstag could do jack shit about it and was mostly there to argue about the budget or wait for the chancellor to initiate a bill which they couldn't do themselves.
The Reichskanzler was technically a one-man administration, who appointed secretaries to assist him. Most infamous for his attacks on neighboring nations manipulating neighboring nations into starting wars with him so he could have them trounced without being seen as the aggressor, censorship laws, anti-socialist law, and weakening the democratic organs of the German Empire via the constitution he wrote, blunders against the Catholic church Kulturkampf - struggle about cultureand his complex system of alliances to keep the peace in Europe.
He opposed German colonialism, but ended up getting colonies for Germany anyway. Emperor Wilhelm I mostly let Bismarck do whatever he wanted. Wilhelm II however, wanted to govern the country himself and forced Bismarck to resign after several disagreements over social reforms and anti-socialist laws.
During his retirement, Bismarck warned the Emperor several times that his foreign policy would lead to war—and not the "good" kind where Germany wins quickly with minimal losses.
He famously predicted both the trigger of World War I "some damned silly thing in the Balkans" as well as the year it broke out. Inhe was voted 9th greatest German of all time. Leo von Caprivi — Or, to give his full name, Georg Leo von Caprivi de Caprera de Montecuccoliwho was made a count in This former general, who also had been the head of the German navy from tohad the thankless job of being Bismarck's successor, against whom almost anyone would've compared unfavorably.
Social reforms, more free trade and a pro-British foreign policy. The latter included giving up the good relations with Russia, since he himself admitted that he wasn't effective enough to maintain Bismarck's complex foreign policy based on secret treaties. He finished the negotiations for the Zanzibar treaty, which traded land between Germany and the British Empire.
The widely believed interpretation that Germany traded Zanzibar for Heligoland is only half true. In fact, Germany let the British have free reign in Zanzibar Germany had never owned or claimed it and Britain gave Heligoland to Germany - overall no bad deal as Heligoland is still German and Zanzibar is not British any more.
A strip of land in Namibia is still named after him. The BGB is widely regarded as a masterwork of civil law and several countries wholly or partly modeled theirs after it, most notably Japan, which at the time had a major Foreign Culture Fetish for all things Prussian. His ill-thought foreign policy poisoned the relations with Britain, which led to the creation of the Entente between Britain and France.
With his statements of support of Austria-Hungary regarding the Balkans Nibelungentreue he helped laying the foundation for World War I.
Critics claimed he was so slimy "compared to him, an eel is like a hedgehog! Theobald von Bethmann-Hollweg — His pre-WWI foreign policy was geared towards improving Germany's relations with Britain and he attempted to reform Prussia's classist election system.
He failed at both, and his influence on the Emperor was more and more eclipsed by that of the military. Trying to find compromises between the left and right wings of the Reichstag only earned him the loathing of both sides. The opinion of historians about him are mixed, especially about his role in the war and its outbreak.
Before the war, the Reichstag tried to depose him through a vote of no confidence - even though the constitution did not provide for any such measure.
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