Bц+low, Bernhard (Bulow)( Prince, Germanic statesman)
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Buelow (Bulow) Bernhard (3.5.1849, Klein-Flotbek - 28/10/1929, Rome), Prince, Germanic statesman. Educated Lawyer. In 1888-93 Ambassador in Romania, 1893-97 Ambassador to Italy, in 1897-1900 the Imperial State Secretary for Foreign Affairs, 1900_09 Reich Chancellor and Minister-President of Prussia. In the fight against increasing the labor movement has resorted to the imposition of martial law (in 1903 - in the Crimmitschau, Saxony) and the dispatch of troops to areas of strikes. He demanded for Germany's "place in the sun", sought to increase the full military might of Germany (especially the construction of a strong navy) with the aim of preparing for war for the division of the world. Pursued a policy of colonial expansion (construction of the Baghdad railway. E, grabs in China and the Pacific). Government policy Billow contributed to exacerbate the contradictions of Germany with Great Britain, Russia and France. In 1907, the establishment has Buelow in the Reichstag elections Junker-bourgeois so-called "Hottentot Block. In 1914-15 an extraordinary ambassador in Rome.