Prussian prime minister Otto von Bismarck gives a speech to the
Budget Committee of the Prussian Chamber of Deputies that has
become known as his 'Blood and Iron' speech. In this he declares
that warfare rather than speeches or parliamentary politics is the
path to an advantageous position for Prussia German unification.
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Editors. "Bismarck's 'Blood and Iron' speech". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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