|Full name||Friedrich Wilhelm Viktor Albert Hohenzollern von Preußen|
|Birth place||Berlin, Germany|
|Age||160 years, 11 month, 26 days|
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Friedrich Wilhelm Viktor Albert Hohenzollern von Preußen Biography:
Produced in Germany in 1859, to Germany’s Frederick III and Victoria, Queen Victoria of England’s oldest daughter, Kaiser Wilhelm served as emperor of Germany from 1888 before the conclusion of World War I. During his rule, Germany’s relations with Britain, France and Russia became extended. During WWI, Wilhelm let his military advisers to order German policy.
Wilhelm was born using a withered arm. (Some historians consider that his insecurity over this disability fueled his after unpredictable behaviour.) His parents, especially his British mother, attempted to supply Wilhelm having a liberal education as well as a love of England.
After Wilhelm II’s grandfather, Wilhelm I, died in 1888, in the age of 90, Frederick III was named emperor. But Frederick III would just rule for 99 days. Following an extended struggle with throat cancer, Emperor Frederick III died on June 15, 1888. Wilhelm II succeeded his father, becoming kaiser of Germany at the tender age of 29.
The youthful kaiser dreamed of constructing Germany into an important naval, colonial and economical power. Decided to get his own manner, he pushed Chancellor Otto von Bismarck to resign in 1890, and took charge of national and international policy himself.
Not long after, Wilhelm summoned German soldiers to fight in the Chinese Boxer Rebellion (1899-1901), nicknaming the soldiers “Huns” and motivating them to fight like Attila’s troops. During WWI, Wilhelm let his military advisers to order German policy. He lived there as a country gentleman until his departure, on June 4, 1941, in Doorn.