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Heinrich von Treitschke (1834–1896)

Treitschke, Heinrich Gotthard von (trītsh’kė). A German historian; born at Dresden, Sept. 15, 1834; died at Berlin, April 28, 1896. He wrote: ‘The Science of Society’ (1859). His chief work is ‘German History in the Nineteenth Century’ (5 vols., 1879–94). He wrote also: ‘Historical and Political Disquisitions’ (1865); ‘Socialism and its Supporters’ (1878); ‘A Word on our Jewry’ (1890); ‘Biographical and Historical Discussions’ (1897). He was spared from seeing his doctrine of the state as power carried to its logical conclusions by the Great War.