Albert Ballin
Business and Politics in Imperial Germany, 1888-1918
Lamar Cecil

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This study of Albert Ballin, a powerful member of the banking and commercial elite in Imperial Germany and manager of the Hamburg-American Line from 1899-1918, illuminates the political and social structure of the aristocracy and the upper middle class in the German Empire.

Originally published in 1967.

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