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The Vampire of the Continent Author: Ernst zu Reventlow

  The Vampire of the Continent  Author: Ernst zu Reventlow



THE VAMPIRE OF THE CONTINENT
BY
COUNT ERNST ZU REVENTLOW
TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN
WITH A PREFACE
BY
GEORGE CHATTERTON-HILL, Ph.D.
NEW YORK
THE JACKSON PRESS
1916
COPYRIGHT BY E. S. MITTLER AND SON
BERLIN
AMERICAN EDITION COPYRIGHT 1916
BY THE JACKSON PRESS
NEW YORK
CONTENTS
CHAPTER PAGE
  Translator’s Preface v
 
I. The “Heroic Age” of the Britons. Sixteenth Century 1
 
II. The Pious Pirates. Seventeenth Century 15
 
III. The Campaign Against the “Enemy of Peace.” Era of Louis XIV 29
 
IV. “We Have Conquered Canada in Germany.” Frederic the Great and England 40
 
V. The Protector of Neutral Countries. The Liberator of Europe. Second Half of the Eighteenth Century 51
 
VI. The Great Harvest. The Napoleonic Wars 78
 
VII. England Digests Her Booty. The Continent Gradually Becomes Unruly. 1815–1890 101
 
VIII. Anglo-German Friendship and Estrangement After Bismarck’s Departure. 1890–1895 121
 
IX. “And if Thou Wilt not be My Servant....” From 1895 Till the Entente Cordiale 132
 
X. Delenda Germania. The Beginning of King Edward’s Reign 155
 
XI. Edward VII Prepares the Humiliation and Destruction of Germany. 1905–1908 159
 
XII. The Incendiary at Work. The Campaign Against the German Navy 171
 
XIII. King Edward’s Unsuccessful Attempt to Set the Near East Ablaze. The Bosnian Crisis 178
 
XIV. The Catastrophe Is More Carefully Prepared. 1909–1914 197

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