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  • Author:
    Jonathan Heimberg
  • ISBN:
    0981763421
  • ISBN13:
    978-0981763422
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  • Publisher:
    Kidwell Publishing (April 12, 2009)
  • Pages:
    92 pages
  • Subcategory:
    World
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  • Rating:
    4.7
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I enjoyed the book, although it was, in my opinion, light on the the great achievements of Bismarck in foreign policy. Bismarck was a truly monumental historical figure who dominated his era, both domestically and internationally. Steinberg, while writing a strong book in many respects, betrays his anti-Bismarck bias throughout. Steinberg acknowledges Bismarck as a genius, but takes great pains to point out some of the "character flaws" of the great man.

Jonathan Steinberg is the Walter H. Annenberg Professor of Modern European History at the University of Pennsylvania, and Emeritus Fellow, Trinity Hall, Cambridge.

Otto von Bismarck transformed Europe more completely than anybody in the nineteenth century-except for Napoleon. He unified-and indeed, created-the country at the center of two world wars that would transform the world. Jonathan Steinberg is the Walter H. His books include Yesterday's Deterrent: Tirpitz and the Birth of the German Battle Fleet and All or Nothing: The Axis and the Holocaust 1941 - 1943. Annenberg Professor of European History and former Chair of the Department of History at the University of Pennsylvania. Steinberg received his undergraduate degree from Harvard University and his PhD from Cambridge University. After serving for 33 years at Cambridge University as University Lecturer and then Reader in European History, Fellow of Trinity Hall, and Vice-Master, he now teaches at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.

Jonathan Steinberg, British historian. 1992; Principal author; Deutsche Bank's investigation into its gold transactions; The Leslie Stephen lecturer Cambridge University, November, 1999. He is an emeritus fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and served as an External Examiner in Participant II of the Cambridge History Tripos for 2009 to 2011. Steinberg"s teaching covers modern Europe since 1789 with specialization in the German and Austrian Empires, Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy and modern Jewish history.

Jonathan Steinberg's readable new biography quotes a Prussian diplomat, Councillor von Zschock in Stuttgart, who wrote that Bismarck's very name caused "profound hatred in the depth of the soul of every true friend of Prussia"

Jonathan Steinberg's readable new biography quotes a Prussian diplomat, Councillor von Zschock in Stuttgart, who wrote that Bismarck's very name caused "profound hatred in the depth of the soul of every true friend of Prussia". Few thought he would last long; some believed he had been appointed only to provoke a reaction that would open the way to military dictatorship.

Generation Rewired, the brand new book by Jonathan Heimberg is an exciting, informative look into the world of technology, and how it is subtly changing the way we work, live and think. Examining the social networking phenomenon, total technology immersion, information cascades and how they affect our decision making, the book is an eye-opening, quick read that will thoroughly change the way you view technology. Decidedly not and anti-technology luddite, author Jonathan Heimberg is, in the words of family and friends, a 'techno-geek'. Coming of age at the same time as the Internet, he has a unique perspective that bridges the gap between generations and is able to bring understanding to readers of all ages. He asks us to examine our preconceived notions and, chances are, you'll be surprised at just how skewed they might be. At 74 pages, this quick study is both informationally-rich and accessible, with extensive footnotes and references.