Treitschke


Treitschke

Treitschke [trahych-kuh] Examples noun

  1. Hein·rich von [hahyn-rikh fuh n] /ˈhaɪn rɪx fən/, 1834–96, German historian.

Examples from the Web for treitschke Historical Examples of treitschke

  • If Treitschke, too, believed in force, he had a high moral ideal for his nation.

    Chosen Peoples

    Israel Zangwill

  • Then he would smite his big chest and quote the diatribes of Treitschke.

    The Sleuth of St. James’s Square

    Melville Davisson Post

  • Before 1914 none except a few initiated had ever heard of Treitschke.

    German Problems and Personalities

    Charles Sarolea

  • All through his career Treitschke has been fighting his patriotic battles.

    German Problems and Personalities

    Charles Sarolea

  • I have confined myself to expounding the doctrines of Treitschke.

    German Problems and Personalities

    Charles Sarolea

  • British Dictionary definitions for treitschke Treitschke noun

    1. Heinrich von (ˈhainrɪç fɔn). 1834–96, German historian, noted for his highly nationalistic views

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