of, relating to, or resembling Otto von Bismarck, especially in respect to his aggressiveness in politics and diplomacy.
Historical Examples

Mr. Punch’s History of Modern England Vol. III of IV Charles L. Graves
Blood and Iron John Hubert Greusel
The Empress Frederick; a memoir Anonymous
Aircraft and Submarines Willis J. Abbot.
German Problems and Personalities Charles Sarolea
Scarlet and Hyssop E. F. Benson
Blood and Iron John Hubert Greusel
Human Nature In Politics Graham Wallas
The Evidence in the Case James M. Beck
Britain at Bay Spenser Wilkinson


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