The Pan-German League, 1890-1914

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CHAPTER VIII
THE MAJOR ACTIVITIES OF THE PAN-GERMAN LEAGUE
1894-1914

A complete survey of the activities of the Pan-German League would be nothing more nor less than a detailed history of the German Empire from 1894 to 1914 as seen through Pan-German eyes. A sample of the myriad issues upon which the League felt itself competent and constrained to take a stand has already been given.1 But it is desirable, nevertheless, to indicate the attitude of the official publications of the League toward the most significant phases of German development during the two decades of its existence prior to the outbreak of the Great War. The Alldeutsche Blätter contain the most complete and illuminating account of League sentiment as expressed in special articles, editorials and appeals, as well as full descriptions of all the activities of the League. The 1914 Handbuch2 gives a brief chronological summary of what the League itself considered the most significant developments from 1894 to 1914; the following summary is based on this, as representative of the League's view of what comprised the most significant phases of German development during the period, on Class Zwanzig Jahre alldeutscher Arbeit und Kämpf'e and on the Alldeutsche Blätter. The League conventions served to crystalize opinion among the members in the form of resolutions and many of these are conveniently collected in the two sources mentioned.

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1
The year 1898, see supra p. 106.
2
Pp. 44-51.

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