Hans Delbruck (Delbrck Hans)( German historian.)
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Biography Hans Delbruck (Delbrck Hans)
Born November 11, 1848 in Bergen on the island of Ruegen. He was educated at Heidelberg, Greifswald and Bonn, was the mentor of Prince Waldemar of Prussia, a professor of modern history at Berlin University. He was elected a deputy of the Prussian Landtag and Germanic Reichstag from the Conservative Party-free. In 1883-1919 Delbrц╪ck published 'Prussian Yearbook' ( 'Preussische Jahrbcher') and offered as an alternative to Germanic expansion in Europe of Education of African empire. Having written a biography of the Prussian Field Marshal August von Gneisenau Neythardta, . Delbruck has created several important works on the history of military strategy, the most important work of this cycle is the history of military art in the political history (Geschichte der Kriegskunst im Rahmen der politischen Geschichte, . 7 Bd., . 1900-1936),
. During the First World War and immediately after Delbruck published three volumes of his works War and Politics (Krieg und Politik, . 1914-1919, . 1918-1919), the Paris Peace Conference was an expert on the responsibility of Germany for the war,
. Max Delbrц╪ck died in Berlin on July 14, 1929.