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Not Politics — Human Nature Setting Back the Century Clock - The Master at Work Bismarck Nudges His King The Frankfort School of Intrigue Preparing for German Unity Tyrants Are Necessary Democracy Stems from Aristocracy The Man of the Hour Rough and Tumble On Comes the Storm Bismarck Tricks Them All Prussian Domination Essential By Faith Ye Shall Conquer Was Bismarck a Beast?
Devil or Saint, Which? Sleeping Beside the Dead The Rejected Stone Sadowa Summed Up The Bugle Blast Bismarck's Ironical Revenge The Weaver's Hut The Kaiser's Crown Bismarck's Secret Discontent The Irony of Fate Last Illusion Dispelled Binding Up the Old Man's Wounds Awaiting the Call Refuses to Pass Under the Yoke His Final and Most Glorious Decoration The giant's ponderous hammer rings on the anvil of destiny.
Enter, thou massive figure, Bismarck, and in deadly earnest take thy place before Time's forge. Hit is, it must be, a large story — big with destiny! The de- tails often bore with their monotony; they do not at all times march on; they drag, but they do indeed never halt perman- ently; ahead always is the great German glory.
Forward march, under Prince Bismarck. He is our grim blacksmith, looming through the encircling dark, massive figure before Time's forge. The sparks fly, the air rings with the rain of blows: If Thus, toiling hour after hour in the heat and sweat, our Pomeranian smith with ponderous hammer beats and batters the stubborn German iron into a noble plan — for a great Nation! For that is obscured by dark clouds of party strife, extend- ing over years, the caprices of men and the interplay of am- bitions both within and without the distracted German lands.