Index
Abdication: calls for, 282-83, 285-86; Scheidemann on, 283; Wilhelm's resentment about, 283, 288; Max of Baden on, 283-84; Hindenburg on, 284-89, 291, 293, 327; Wilhelm signs, 298
Adalbert, Prince of Prussia, 343
Aehrenthal, Alois Lexa Count von, 165; Wilhelm and, 174-75, 199
Africa: Wilhelm's interest in, 161-62, 164, 171
Albany, Duke of, 383 (n. 25)
Albert, King of the Belgians, 214, 299
Alexander III, Tsar of Russia, 101
Alexandra, Queen of England, 82, 140, 217-18
Alexandra, Tsarina of Russia, 10, 13, 79, 90
Alfonso XIII, King of Spain, 92, 99
Alfred, Grand Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, 78
Algeciras: conference at, 98-108, 122, 160-62, 165. See also Morocco
Alsace-Lorraine, 101; Wilhelm on, 92, 214, 257, 348; parliamentary representation, 151, 179; Zabern crisis, 189-92; Bethmann on, 269; Fourteen Points and, 269; Sixtus of Parma and, 275; Locarno on, 306
Althoff, Friedrich, 59-60
Archaeology, 51-52, 197, 320-21
Army: Wilhelm and, 23, 53, 184, 195-96, 211, 245, 255, 288-89, 374-75; Bethmann and, 152, 195; criticism of Wilhelm, 165, 195-96, 211; Falkenhayn and, 225; abdica- tion and, 288-89, 292
Asquith, Herbert, 56, 64, 153, 156-59, 170
Augusta, Queen of Prussia and Ger- man Empress, 62
Augusta Victoria, Queen of Prussia and German Empress, 37, 254, 279, 290; and Wilhelm, 2-8, 23-24, 28-29, 39, 70-71, 149-50, 272; personality and appearance, 3-4, 23-24; health, 8, 67, 275; British royals and, 13-14, 82; cul- tural tastes, 45, 48; religion and, 52-53, 55; and Daily Telegraph crisis, 140; Bülow and, 149; Beth- mann and, 149, 153, 249, 267; Tirpitz and, 173, 215, 220, 233, 241, 422 (n. 39); 1914 crisis and, 208; Cavell and, 215; influence in war, 215; Hindenburg and, 215, 225; Anglophobia, 215, 245, 420 (n. 12); Michaelis and, 251, 259; Bolsheviks, 264; Valentini and, 267; Plessen and, 272; Max von Baden and, 279, 435 (n. 39), 436 (n. 75); USA and, 282; in revolu- tion, 294, 296; to Holland, 296- 97; death and funeral, 300, 302, 322; Berg and, 345 (n. 47); Her- mine and, 315-16; urges Wilhelm to go to Spa, 436 (n. 75); Wilhelm not allowed to attend funeral, 440 (n. 29)
August Wilhelm (“Auwi”), Prince of Prussia, 8-9, 353; Hitler, Nazis, and, 331, 337, 343
Austria-Hungary: Bülow and, 72, 75, 84, 174; Wilhelm and, 86, 174-77,

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