Outlines German Unification and Bismarks envolvement.
Bismarck and German Unification.
In 1861 Parliament had granted the government additional funds for reforms, but in 1862 it refused to do so without a reduction of compulsory military service from three to two years. King William I would not yield for fear that the draftees would be insufficiently imbued with conservative values; for that very reason, the liberal-dominated Parliament insisted on this concession. In order to break the stalemate Bismarck was named minister-president.
He proceeded to collect the additional taxes on the basis of the 1861 budget, arguing that because the consti…
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