Germany's Vision of Empire in Venezuela, 1871-1914
Holger H. Herwig
The book details which Germans pushed for overseas expansion, how they tried to implement their ambitions, and why they ultimately failed. Discussions of political leaders and diplomats, the navy, German nationals overseas, and the German Evangelical Church and its missions abroad contribute to the history of Wilhelmian Germany.
First published in 1986.
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