A. J. P. Taylor Quote

Bismarck] only considered the interests of his own country — always the worst offense that a statesman can commit in the eyes of foreigners.


Bismarck: The Man and the Statesman (1955)

Picture Quote 1

Bismarck] only considered the interests of his own country — always the worst offense that a statesman can commit in the eyes of foreigners.

Picture Quote 2

Bismarck] only considered the interests of his own country — always the worst offense that a statesman can commit in the eyes of foreigners.

Picture Quote 3

Bismarck] only considered the interests of his own country — always the worst offense that a statesman can commit in the eyes of foreigners.

Picture Quote 4

Bismarck] only considered the interests of his own country — always the worst offense that a statesman can commit in the eyes of foreigners.