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Mona Von Bismarck - Marriages
... Count Albrecht Edzard Heinrich Karl, Graf von Bismarck-Schönhausen (1903-1970), an "interior decorator" of an aristocratic sort, and the son of Herbert ... Mona was widowed in 1970 and in 1971 married Bismarck's physician, "Count" Umberto de Martini, a nobleman (after Mona acquired a title for him from king Umberto II ... by socialites as "Martini on the rocks") that Mona realized that de Martini, like Bismarck, had married her for her money (exactly the same way she had, with Schlesinger, Bush and Williams, so ...
Treaty Of Berlin (1889)
... The conference was proposed by German foreign minister Count Herbert von Bismarck (son of chancellor Otto von Bismarck) to reconvene the adjourned Washington conference on Samoa of 1887 ... Herbert von Bismarck invited delegations from the United States and the British Empire to Berlin in April 1889 ...
Heinrich Graf Von Einsiedel - Biography
... Einsiedel, a great-grandson of Otto von Bismarck, was born in Potsdam, Province of Brandenburg, as the youngest child to Herbert von Einsiedel (1885–1945) and Irene von Bismarck-Schönhausen (1888–1982) ... Von Einsiedel claimed two of the six Fairey Swordfish of No ... In June 1942 von Einsiedel was transferred to Jagdgeschwader 3 on the Russian Front for the forthcoming offensive against Stalingrad ...
Andreas Hillgruber - Works
... in der deutschen Aussenpolitik von Bismarck bis Hitler (Continuity and Discontinuity in German Foreign Policy from Bismarck to Hitler), 1969 ... Bismarcks Aussenpolitik (Bismarck's Foreign Policy), 1972 ... Otto von Bismarck Gründer der europäischen Grossmacht Deutsches Reich (Otto von Bismarck Founder of the European Great Power, the German Reich), 1978 ...

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    Politics is the art of the possible.
    —Otto Von Bismarck (1815–1898)

    One is never satisfied with a portrait of persons whom one knows. That is why I have always pitied portraitists. One demands so seldom of others the impossible, but demands just that of the portraitists.
    —Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749–1832)