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14 May – Wilhelm List, German field marshal (died 1971) 15 May – F. K. Otto Dibelius, German bishop of the Evangelical Church in Berlin-Brandenburg (died 1967) 29 May – Oswald Spengler, German historian (died 1936) 25 June – Erich Emminger, German politician (died 1951) 29 June – Ludwig Beck, German general (died 1944)
Later, the protection of German maritime trade routes became important. This soon involved the setting up of some overseas supply stations, so called Auswärtige Stationen (foreign stations) and in the 1880s the Imperial Navy played a part in helping to secure the establishment of German colonies and protectorates in Africa, Asia and Oceania.
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In the 1880s the Russian government began a subtle attack on the German schools. Just when Russia was abridging the privileges granted to the Germans in an earlier era, several nations in the Americas were attempting to attract settlers by offering inducements reminiscent of those of Catherine the Great.
The 1880s were a period when Germany started on its long road towards the welfare state as it is today. The Centre, National Liberal and Social Democratic political parties were all involved in the beginnings of social legislation, but it was Bismarck who established the first practical aspects of this program.
Coordinates. Germany (German: Deutschland, German pronunciation: [ˈdɔʏtʃlant]), officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a country in Central Europe.It is situated between the Baltic and North seas to the north, and the Alps to the south; covering an area of 357,022 square kilometres (137,847 sq mi), with a population of over 83 million within its 16 constituent states.
1880s fashion in the in Western and Western-influenced countries is characterized by the return of the bustle.The long, lean line of the late 1870s was replaced by a full, curvy silhouette with gradually widening shoulders.
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