A Candid and bizarre look at one of the most notorious men in history, Kaiser Wilhelm II who reigned over Germany during World War I.
An American dentist wrote this fascinating account of his time spent with the Kaiser and originally published it in 1918 at the end of WW1. How an American dentist served as the Kaiser’s dentist for 14 years is a story in and of itself, but what he learned in that time is fascinating. His detailed, personal accounts shed light on the mysterious persona of Germany’s last Emporer.
Davis originally respected their dentist and patient relationship and felt great guilt about revealing their discussions. Ultimately his ethics dictated that his patriotic duty was to reveal what he learned to the Allies, documented within these pages.
This enlarged reprint version includes additional photographs of the Kaiser, the original retro period font, and a modern cover design fit for display.
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: “America Must Be Punished!”
Chapter 2: The Kaiser At Potsdam
Chapter 3: How I Became The Kaiser’s Dentist
Chapter 4: The Kaiser’s Dual Personality
Chapter 5: America Disappoints The Kaiser
Chapter 6: The Kaiser Defends German War Methods
Chapter 7: Democracy’s Worst Enemy
Chapter 8: The Asian Threat
Chapter 9: The Kaiser’s Confidence Of Victory
Chapter 10: The Kaiser’s Plan For World Dominion
Chapter 11: Prince Von Pless
Chapter 12: The Kaiser’s Appraisal Of Public Men
Chapter 13: The Kaiserin
Chapter 14: The Crown Prince And Others
Chapter 15: The Kaiser Himself
Chapter 16: The Kaiser At Army Headquarters
Chapter 17: The Kaiser And Things American
Chapter 18: The Kaiser And The German People
Chapter 19: Germany In War Time
Chapter 20: The Economic Situation In Germany
Chapter 21: Will There Be A German Revolution?