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Frederick the Great, the ruler, the writer, the man
Gooch, G. P.
|Statement||by G.P. Gooch...|
|LC Classifications||DD403 .G6 1947, DD403 .G6 1947|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi p., 1 ℗ , 363 p.|
|Number of Pages||363|
|LC Control Number||47003022|
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Frederick the Great was not only a great military tactician but also a the writer son of the Age of Enlightenment. Poet,author,composer,philosopher,adept politician and administrator were only some of the attributes of this great man. Frederick was a champion not only for the Prussian Army but for it's people/5(47).
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The Army of Frederick the Great. Hippocrene Books. ISBN X. OCLC Gooch, G. Frederick the Great, the Ruler, the Writer, the Man. CS1 maint: ref=harv ; Haworth, Paul Leland. "Frederick the Great and the American Revolution." American Historical Review (): – JSTOR freeBorn: 24 JanuaryBerlin, Kingdom of Prussia.
This book is about Frederick the Great who in the course of his reign () turned Prussia into a major power.
Frederick was an extraordinary man. He was exceptionally dutiful, exceptionally intelligent and exceptionally by: It is always a pleasure to review a well-written book on an important subject. Cambridge scholar Tim Blanning's "Frederick the Great," a lengthy but never lagging biography of one of history's.
For Frederick's philosophical writings see G.P. Gooch, Frederick the Great. The Ruler, the Writer, the Man (London, ). 17 The range of Prussia's engagement with the Anglophone world is reviewed by T.
Biskup and P.H. Wilson, 'Großbritannien, Amerika und die atlantische Welt', in Stiftung Preußischer Schlößer und Gärten (eds. In this book on Frederick the Great she probably has more of a character than even she is used to dealing with. He was the King of Prussia who was more comfortable with the ideals of the French enlightenment, but with the morals of the Medicis (as he would have described it himself).Cited by: 5.
Frederick explains to his skeptical family that he IS working by quietly gathering imaginary sun rays for the cold winter days to come. The book ends with the mice experiencing a tough winter, and then being inspired to carry on by a poem Frederick has created that grew out of his meditations when his family members thought he was being lazy/5().
Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, dominated the 18th century in the same way that Napoleon dominated the start of the 19th - a force of nature, a caustic, ruthless, brilliant military commander, a monarch of exceptional energy and talent, and a knowledgeable patron of artists, architects and writers, most famously Voltaire.4/5.
Thomas Carlyle (4 December – 5 February ) was a British historian, satirical writer, essayist, translator, philosopher, mathematician, and his book On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and The Heroic in History (), he argued that the actions of the "Great Man" play a key role in history, claiming that "the history of the world is but the biography of great men".Alma mater: University of Edinburgh.
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There are a lot of great quotes from Frederick's letters and other writings. The author has traveled to the battlefields and leaves lovely notes about how things had changed This is a great book to read to get details about Frederick the Great's life both on and off the battlefield/5.
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A spellbinding biography of Prussia's soldier-king who changed the face of Europe. Frederick II, King of Prussia, was a legendary ruler, artistic patron, man of letters, lawgiver, and commander -- in David Fraser's words, "one of the most extraordinary men /5.
Frederick the Great: The Magnificent Enigma by Asprey, Robert B. Hardback Book $ Frederick the Great (Great Lives) by Palmer, Alan Hardback Book The Fast Free. Frederick II, King of Prussia, was a legendary ruler, artistic patron, man of letters, lawgiver, and commander -- in David Fraser's words, "one of the most extraordinary men ever to sit on a throne or command an army".
He personally commanded his army in war after war with such supreme skill that he became acclaimed as the greatest soldier of his time.4/5(3).Frederick The Great: The First Modern Military Celebrity Dennis Showalter Frederick II’s first act on assuming the throne of Prussia in was to take his state to war—a consequence, he later explained, of possessing a well-trained army, a full treasury and a desire to establish a : Historynet Staff.George Peabody ick the Great: The Ruler, the Writer, the : Longmans, Green.
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