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Bethmann-Hollweg

[beyt-mahn-hawl-veyk] /ˈbeɪt mɑnˈhɔl veɪk/
noun
1.
Theobald von
[tey-oh-bahlt fuh n] /ˈteɪ oʊˌbɑlt fən/ (Show IPA),
1856–1921, German statesman: chancellor 1909–17.
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  • The last and supreme lie in Bethmann-Hollweg's speech is the most insidious of all.

    What Germany Thinks Thomas F. A. Smith
  • There are even Britons who have got stuck in Bethmann-Hollweg's peace-lime.

    What Germany Thinks Thomas F. A. Smith
  • And now the silver-tongued von Bethmann-Hollweg has also discovered the political virtue of silence.

  • "That relieves us of much anxiety," remarked Bethmann-Hollweg, chewing the end of his cigar.

    The Minister of Evil William Le Queux
  • A few other points in Bethmann-Hollweg's speech deserve brief notice.

    What Germany Thinks Thomas F. A. Smith
  • The effect which Bethmann-Hollweg produced upon his hearers was to convince them that Russia alone was to blame.

    What Germany Thinks Thomas F. A. Smith
  • Bethmann-Hollweg, for instance, saw that the time was come when Prussia would have to adopt more liberal institutions.

    The Iron Ration

    George Abel Schreiner
  • Bethmann-Hollweg comes from an old Prussian family ennobled in 1840.

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