HAVC 135B : German Art 1905-1945


Wilhelminism relates to the image presented by Wilhelm II, and his demeanour, manifested by the public presentation of grandiose military parades, and self-aggrandizement on his part.


Describes a period marked by a renewed pan-Germanism, including expanded imperial power in the German-speaking world and the establishment of colonies in Africa and Oceania. 

Definition adapted from Wikipedia, July 22, 2016

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