Contrary to Wiktor ("Paul Harris has gone crazy!") I don't think you're crazy but rather would suggest you to read, for instance, Gerd Schultze-Rhonhof, "1939 - Der Krieg der viele Väter hatte" (OLZOG-Verlag München, 5. Aufl. 2006) or similar academic research before continuing to over-simplify. Of course Wilhelm II was kind of a braggard, of course German navy was a formidable challenge to the Home Fleet (as the 1916 Skagerrak battle has shown), but all this was not my argument. I simply wanted to show that Wilhelm II was far from having been a "Kriegstreiber". Did you know that after 28-06-1914 (Sarajevo assassination), "die politischen und militärischen Spitzen des Deutschen Reichs (...) treten ihren Sommerurlaub an, weil sie nichts Schlimmes vorhersehen." ["the political and military top of the Reich (...) went to summer holiday because they foresaw nothing terrible"]??? Such behavior wouldn't be that of a warmonger, would it?
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from the article: Seeing the Other more clearly