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Bismarck (Life & Times)
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Bismarck's contemporary political significance has continues to be controversial way. On the one admired as the 'founder of the Reich' and gifted diplomat, on the other as a reactionary nobleman and a stubborn enemy of socialism. Ullrich offers a balanced and much-needed perspective on Bismarck's life and legacy.

Volker Ullrich studied history, literature, philosophy and education at the University of Hamburg and in 1988 he became a research fellow at Hamburg's Foundation for 20th-century Social History.Since 1990 Ullrich has been the head of the political section of the weekly newspaper Die Zeit. In 1992 he was awarded the Alfred Kerr Prize for literary criticism,[2] and, in 2008, received an honorary doctorate from the University of Jena. Ullrich is the author of several major historical works, including a monumental biography of Hitler the first volume of which was published in German in 2013.

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