what is the diplomatic policy of ottovon bismark in the unification of Germany

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what is the diplomatic policy of ottovon bismark in the unification of Germany

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    On 18 January 1871 Germany became a nation for the first time in history after a nationalistic war against France masterminded by the “Iron Chancellor” Otto von Bismarck.

    The ceremony took place in the palace of Versailles outside Paris rather than in Berlin – and this overt symbol of militarism and conquest would foreshadow the first half of the next century as the new nation became a major power in Europe.

    A photograph of Otto von Bismarck later in his life.
    A motley collection of states
    Before 1871 Germany had always been a motley collection of states – which shared little more than a common language.

    Custom, systems of rule and even religion varied wildly across these states – of which there had been more than 300 on the eve of the French Revolution, and the idea of unifying them was as distant and disparaged as a United States of Europe is today. Until Bismarck.

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