The King's Finest: A Social and Bureaucratic Profile of Prussia's General Officers, 1871-1914

The King's Finest: A Social and Bureaucratic Profile of Prussia's General Officers, 1871-1914[Reading] ➿ The King's Finest: A Social and Bureaucratic Profile of Prussia's General Officers, 1871-1914 By Daniel J. Hughes – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk The King's Finest exposes the social roots of the generalcy and defines the major factors both social and military in a successful career Hughes places the generalcy in its social context and demonstr The King's Finest exposes Finest: A ePUB ☆ the social roots of the generalcy and defines the major factors both social and military in a successful career Hughes places the generalcy in its social context and demonstrates how the entire military structure was designed to preserve an exclusive social homogeneity He shows exactly how the Prussian army selected The King's ePUB ô trained and promoted these preferred types of men to its highest positions Hughes' evidence suggests that the most fundamental group characteristic of these men was their strong constant ties to the state apparatus rather than enduring connections with landed interests industrial circles or business pressure groups.

The King's Finest: A Social and Bureaucratic Profile of
  • Hardcover
  • 215 pages
  • The King's Finest: A Social and Bureaucratic Profile of Prussia's General Officers, 1871-1914
  • Daniel J. Hughes
  • English
  • 19 December 2014
  • 9780275923204