Rathenau [ -n-ou ] raht SHOW IPA / ˈrɑt nˌaʊ / PHONETIC RESPELLING noun Wal·ther 1867–1922, [ vahl-t uh r], /ˈvɑl tər/, German industrialist, writer, and statesman.
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How to use Rathenau in a sentence
But with characteristic insight, Mr.
Rathenau here placed his finger on the great merit that has often been forgotten.
Rathenau has dealt with this question in several of his recent pamphlets, which are not before me at the moment.
Few men are more respected there, and few have more influence than such men as Ballin and
Rathenau and others. British Dictionary definitions for Rathenau noun Walther (ˈvaltər). 1867–1922, German industrialist and statesman: he organized the German war industries during World War I, became minister of reconstruction (1921) and of foreign affairs (1922), and was largely responsible for the treaty of Rapallo with Russia. His assassination by right-wing extremists caused a furore
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