The Kaiser's Army: The Politics of Military Technology in Germany during the Machine Age, 1870-1918

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Introduction
1
See Hermann von Kuhl, Der deutsche Generalstab in Vorbereitung und Durchführung des Weltkrieges (Berlin, 1920); Wolfgang Foerster, Graf Schlieffen und der Weltkrieg (Berlin, 1921); and Wilhelm Groener, Das Testament des Grafen Schlieffen (Berlin, 1929).
2
Eckart Kehr, “Klassenkämpfe und Rüstungspolitik im kaiserlichen Deutschland,” reprinted in Hans-Ulrich Wehler (ed.), Der Primat der Innenpolitik (Berlin, 1970), 87–110; Bernd F. Schulte, Die deutsche Armee 1900–1914: Zwischen Beharren und Veränderung (Düsseldorf, 1977); for the artillery, see Volker Mollin, Auf dem Wege zur ‘Materialschlacht’: Vorgeschichte und Funktionieren des Artillerie-Industrie-Komplexes im Deutschen Kaiserreich (Pfaffenweiler, 1986). Also in this genre is Fritz Fischer, Krieg der Illusionen: Die deutsche Politik von 1911– 1914 (Düsseldorf, 1969).
3
Dieter Storz, Kriegsbild und Rüstung vor 1914: Europäische Landstreitkräfte vor dem ersten Weltkrieg (Berlin, 1992); and David G. Herrmann, The Arming of Europe and the Making of the First World War (Princeton, N.J., 1996). For an early critique of Schulte, see Dennis E. Showalter, “Army and Society in Imperial Germany: The Pains of Modernization,” Journal of Contemporary History 18/4 (1983): 583–618. Also see Gerhard Papke and Wolfgang Petter (eds.), Handbuch der deutschen Militärgeschichte 1648–1939 (Munich, 1979), vol. 3; Hans Linnenkohl, Vom Einzelschuss zur Feuerwalze: Der Wettlauf zwischen Technik und Taktik im Ersten Weltkrieg (Koblenz, 1990); and the excellent discussion by Michael Geyer, Deutsche Rüstungspolitik 1860–1980 (Frankfurt, 1984).
4
Eric Dorn Brose, The Politics of Technological Change in Prussia: Out of the Shadow of Antiquity 1809–1848 (Princeton, N.J., 1993).
5
See especially Dennis E. Showalter, Railroads and Rifles: Soldiers, Technology, and the Unification of Germany (Hamden, Conn., 1975).
6
More reflective of the struggles are Geyer, Rüstungspolitik, and—at least

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