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Select views of the life, reign, and character of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia
Johann Georg Zimmermann
by printed by J. Barlow; for Messrs. R. Cross, P. Wogan, P. Byrne, A. Grueber, W. M"Kenzie, J. Moore, J. Jones, W. Jones, J. Rice, and R. M"Allister in Dublin
Written in English
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 7190, no.01).
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The story of one man’s life and the complete political and cultural transformation of a nation, Tim Blanning’s sweeping biography takes readers inside the mind of the monarch, giving us a fresh understanding of Frederick the Great’s remarkable reign/5(). Learn Frederick The Great King of Prussia with free interactive flashcards. Choose from 16 different sets of Frederick The Great King of Prussia flashcards on Quizlet.
The military genius of his age, Frederick the Great has always aroused extreme opinions. Some saw him as "the greatest man who ever lived, " while others have accused him of creating the Prussian ultra-nationalism that culminated in Hitler. But this paternalistic ruler, who once said he wanted nothing more than to be remembered as "Le Roi des Gueux" -- The King of Beggars -- 4/5(3). Frederick III (German: Friedrich Wilhelm Nikolaus Karl; 18 October – 15 June ) was German Emperor and King of Prussia for ninety-nine days in , the Year of the Three informally as "Fritz", he was the only son of Emperor Wilhelm I and was raised in his family's tradition of military service. Although celebrated as a young man for his leadership and successes during Father: Wilhelm I, German Emperor.
An 18th-century portrait of Frederick the Great by Johann Heinrich Franke. Prussia as a kingdom dated only from , but the heart of this state was Brandenburg, and Brandenburg had begun a slow upward march as early as the fifteenth century, when the Hohenzollerns came from South Germany to take control of it. In the. Frederick II (24 January – 17 August ) was a King of Prussia (–) from the Hohenzollern dynasty, commonly known as Frederick the Great.
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Select views of the life, reign, and character of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia: Containing, besides many profound Remarks on the prominent Features of the Reign and Character of that unrivalled Sovereign, serving to illustrate his posthumous Works, two very remarkable Letters of the Empress of Russia to the Author ; a great Variety of Anecdotes, relating to eminent political and literary Characters.
Select views of the life, reign, and character of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia. Containing, besides many profound remarks on the prominent features of the reign and character of that unrivalled sovereign, serving to illustrate his posthumous works, two very remarkable letters of the Empress of Russia to the author; a great variety of anecdotes relating to eminent political and literary.
Select views of the life, reign, and character of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia. Translated from the German of Dr. de Zimmerman By Major Neuman. Frederick II, byname Frederick the Great, German Friedrich der Grosse, (born JanuBerlin, Prussia [Germany]—died AugPotsdam, near Berlin), king of Prussia (–86), a brilliant military campaigner who, in a series of diplomatic stratagems and wars against Austria and other powers, greatly enlarged Prussia’s.
Reigned over the Kingdom of Prussia from until  The third Hohenzollern king, Frederick is best known for his military victories, his reorganization of Prussian armies, his patronage of the Arts and the Enlightenment in Prussia, and his final success against great odds in the Seven Years' War.
Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, dominated the 18th century in the same way that Napoleon dominated the start of the 19th - a force of nature, a caustic, ruthless, brilliant military commander, a monarch of exceptional energy and talent, and a knowledgeable patron of artists, architects and writers, most famously Voltaire.4/5.
This book is about Frederick the Great who in the course of his reign () turned Prussia into a major power. Frederick was an extraordinary man. He was exceptionally dutiful, exceptionally intelligent and exceptionally by: Frederick I, (born JKönigsberg, Prussia [now Kaliningrad, Russia]—died Feb.
25,Berlin), elector of Brandenburg (as Frederick III), who became the first king in Prussia (–13), freed his domains from imperial suzerainty, and continued the policy of territorial aggrandizement begun by his father, Frederick William, the Great. Frederick II (German: Friedrich II.; 24 January – 17 August ) ruled the Kingdom of Prussia from untilthe longest reign of any Hohenzollern king, at 46 years.
His most significant accomplishments during his reign included his military victories, his reorganization of Prussian armies, Father: Frederick William I of Prussia.
Few figures loom as large in European history as Frederick the Great. When he inherited the Prussian crown inhe ruled over a kingdom of scattered territories, a minor Germanic backwater.
By the end of his reign, the much larger and consolidated Prussia ranked among the continent’s great powers.3/5(4). It is always a pleasure to review a well-written book on an important subject. Cambridge scholar Tim Blanning's "Frederick the Great," a lengthy but never lagging biography of one of history's.
The Reign Of Frederick The Great () Youth of Frederick the Great. --His attempted Escape. --Lieutenant von have willingly seen Prussia destroyed, Frederick's popularity was so of a peaceful yet none the less of a violent character, marks Frederick's reign.
Within a. Frederick II of Prussia (; reigned ) - known fromthe end of the eight year War of the Austrian Succession, as Frederick the Great - lived and reigned rather long for his time. As king, he seems to have been two more or less irreconcilable people; the one a reader and.
The Warrior King of Prussia Son of an abusive father, Frederick II blossomed when he took the throne. He attracted the great thinkers of Europe to his court while establishing Prussia as a. Born inFrederick William II, known as Frederick the Great, was the third Hohenzollern King of Prussia.
Although Prussia had been an influential and important part of the Holy Roman Empire for centuries, under Frederick’s rule the small kingdom rose to the status of a Great European Power and had a lasting effect on European politics in general and Germany specifically. Once again, David Fraser, author of Knight's Cross: A Life of Field Marshal Erwin Rommel has produced another masterful biography.
This beautifully told story of Frederick the Great is an outstanding account of a great military leader. You can certainly feel that Fraser has a love for this subject, even when Frederick has committed a terrible blunder the author tends to put the best light on /5.Frederick II, King of Prussia, was a legendary ruler, artistic patron, man of letters, lawgiver, and commander -- in David Fraser's words, "one of the most extraordinary men ever to sit on a throne or command an army".
He personally commanded his army in war after war with such supreme skill that he became acclaimed as the greatest soldier of his time.4/5(3).The Life of Frederick the Second, King of Prussia: To which are Added Observations, Authentic Documents, and a Variety of Anecdotes, Volume 2 Jean-Charles Laveaux, Frederick II (King of Prussia) J.