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Industry thrived in Germany in the early 1900's As predicted, the new state soon assumed its place among the world's great powers. In fact, by 1900, Germany was the second largest industrial producer in the world (after the U.S.A). Its accomplishments in the fields of science, technology, the arts and social policies were nothing short of dazzling.

But the young nation also developed a dazzling military. Not all Germans were caught up in militarism, but the military did enjoy widespread respect in the new Germany and exercised considerable, if not excessive, influence. German military leaders, like their Prussian forebearers, did not flinch at getting involved in political affairs whenever they believed their interests to be effected.

Soon, the conservative, imperialistically-minded political leaders who dominated Germany in its first decades started to pursue policies of steady military build-up and expansion of German power. Jumping into the colonial game rather late, the German leaders went at it with true Prussian zeal, and the new nation had amassed a string of colonies by the beginning of the 20th century.

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On Monday 1 October we will we feature a presentation on the topic "Women in Leadership" from Denise Sinclair, the school director at the International School of Frankfurt. Denise wil reflect on management issues in such diverse locations as Asia, the Middle East and Europe. Please note that this presentation will take place in the Frankfurt Chamber of Commerce (IHK)

 

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