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Otto von Bismarck

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Der alte Jude, das ist der Mann.
The old Jew, he is the man.
A conversation in 1879 on who was the centre of gravity at the Congress of Berlin, referring to Benjamin Disraeli, as quoted in Seven Great Statesmen in the Warfare of Humanity with Unreason (1912) by Andrew Dickson White, p. 482

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