Table of contents for The Kaiser : new research on Wilhelm II's role in imperial Germany / edited by Annika Mombauer and Wilhelm Deist.

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Introduction Annika Mombauer and Wilhelm Deist
Reflections for John Röhl: a laudatio Jonathan Steinberg
1. Wilhelm II and 'his' navy, 1888-1918 Michael Epkenhans
2. Hollow-sounding jubilees: forms and effects of public self-display in Wilhelmine Germany Bernd Sösemann
3. The Kaiser's elite? Wilhelm II and the Berlin administration 1890-1914 Katherine A. Lerman
4. Wilhelm, Waldersee and the Boxer rebellion Annika Mombauer
5. Dreams of a German Europe: Wilhelm II and the treaty of Björkö
of 1905 Roderick McLean
6. The uses of 'friendship': the 'personal regime' of Wilhelm II and Theodore Roosevelt, 1901-1909 Ragnhild Fiebig-von Hase
7. Military Diplomacy in a Military Monarchy? Kaiser Wilhelm II and his relations with British service attache;s Matthew Seligmann
8. Wilhelm II as supreme warlord in the First World War Holger Afflerbach
9. Germany's 'Last Card': Wilhelm II and the decision in favour of unrestricted submarine warfare in January 1917 Matthew Stibbe
10. Military culture, Wilhelm II and the end of the monarchy in the First World War Isabel V. Hull
11. Rathenau, Wilhelm II, and the perception of Wilhelminismus Hartmut Pogge von Strandmann
12. Structure and agency in Wilhelmine Germany: the history of the German empire - past, present and future Volker R. Berghahn.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: William II, German Emperor, 1859-1941, Germany Kings and rulers Biography, Germany Politics and government 1888-1918, Germany Military policy, Germany Foreign relations 1888-1918